February 12, 2016


In light of New York Fashion Week, Kanye West introduced "Yeezy Season 3" at Madison Square Garden which has been all the buzz on the net. As I am in Europe now, I watched "Yeezy Season 3" live at the Kinepolis theatre in Brussels and it was quite the experience. 

Kanye presented a series of futuristic militant looks in a fashion presentation that unfolded as some live social experiment. A pilot society or a microcosm demonstrated the future of the youth or what Kanye later envisions for the world. 

Besides the contemporary looks he offers this season, what did his whole fashion presentation mean or evoke? What was the real message or aim? It can be evident or also confusing but in the end, it should just be absorbed as an artful expression. What do you think?

Photo Credits: Andrew H. Walker/WWD 


Andres Corella said...

Truly it is very controversial everything that he does...I know a lot of people who are just hating on this collection with all they have, I won´t deny that as clothing while there are entire looks that just seem off there is actually a wearability to some garments...specially for the extras at the bottom (some actually had great looks) I read somewhere that they were told to get in the mindset of a Rwanda refugee. Is a whole experience trying to understand what Kanye is trying to express...but I can´t close my eyes to the fact that there is a level of artistry to what he does...some people might not like it at all, well art is not supposed to be likeable...its main goal is to provoque an emotion whatever that may be and with Kanye (and what he does) that is always a given.


Paola Lauretano said...

Such an intersting fashion event... I would like to read more about it!
I will check out more info and pics, thanks for sharing this post!
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InĂªs Silva said...

thanks for the comment <3
I think it was really cool and original :)


Beauty Follower said...

This looks great!


Idu Emeziem said...

An amazing phenomena. Thanks for sharing.


Sun Moon said...

I truly think that those are very wearable items. Great and different fashion event!
Good review, very informative.


Toyas Tales said...

I haven't really been impresses with Kanye as a fashion designer. He is so talented musically though.

The Bandwagon Chic said...

I might say i'm lovin the shoes they offering but for clothes, im not so into it.
Glad to see this article.

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Missy May said...

I don't know about his collection, but he sure is artistic.


Naomella said...

I am not sure what to think of Kanye West and his clothing line. but I saw the event on tv and found it intetesting! Happy V-Day! xxx


Diana Ashuayem said...

I'm not really a big fan of his clothing line but he is definitely artistic!

Cheryl van den Berg said...

I definitely love his model choices. So nice to see so many black models on one stage. But I'm not really a fan of his clothing line.



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Nerline Germain said...

If you love art in its purest form, you have to love Kanye's creation. I think he is a genius!

Sophia I. said...

I am not sure about these collections.

Chic Therapy said...

Honestly this doesnt evoke anything to me. I see it as typical Kanye seeking for attention and wanting to be the topic of discussion for days to come.

Eniwhere Fashion said...

I think its a really cool collection but is not my style. Kisses from Italy and thank you for your visit,

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Tania Franco said...

I see this collection as very city/urban, totally wearable. As a city girl, I can see and understand his vision even though many people can't.

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Of the comely said...

Well there's that quote about art comforting the disturbed and disturbing the comfortable.I think Mr. West can check off both of those boxes. Thanks for stopping by. Take care :)