We always knew that Kanye West would eventually see his dream come true about fashion. But did we think it would be with Adidas? As the sports powerhouse that it is, linking up with a music titan like Kanye Would make sense since the shoes were an instant success. Let’s go into detail about some analysis on what the clothes actually are supposed to emote from the model when they are wearing it.
In a postmodern world, Kanye West wants to make a timeless collection of fashion that can blend in no matter what color you are. And that part is what had a lot of Hollywood up in arms. One of the people angry at Kanye for grouping people by race and calling out commands like a drill Sargent was old school rapper Ice T. After saying that the clothing line looks like ‘future slave gear’, we understand that Kanye made this statement:
‘It’s just a painting, just using clothing as a canvas of proportion and color.’
‘I like form, I like shape. ‘I like all people. I try to demonstrate that with my casting.’
Okay all is fair in fashion and opinion, but let’s go deeper into the genius of Kanye because I think he has something here. Personally, Categorically making it apparent that you are grouping things together requires a genius in the first lace to organize the show and make it what it is. You gotta have some skills to bump Anne Bowen out of her time slot.
We are getting a lot of good shots from Kanye’s twitter as well:
So what do you think, reader? We gotta say, if you want tickets this could be the most interesting fashion tour of all. We know that Kanye has the hearts of his real fans, so when the rest of the clothes and albums drop, we know that you will support Kanye and his inflated ego. Because there is a real reason for it you know! Ever heard of Vanessa BeeCroft? According to HyperAllergic.com:
West’s repeat collaboration with Italian artist Vanessa Beecroft on the show’s choreography suggests that this may be as much of a performance practice as it is a Project Runway pantomime. It’s certainly no secret that West likes to think of himself as an artist — he’s already compared himself to Marina Abramovic and he now holds a PhD from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Beecroft is thankfully no stranger to the fashion, either, as her work has often featured monochrome models standing around looking miserable, much like they did for last week’s Yeezy event.
Many of Beecroft’s performances have critiqued the fashion world by revealing the industry’s exploitative use (and misuse) of the female body. Funnily enough, the artist’s work has been criticized on similar grounds — she’s been lambasted for underpaying her models and forcing them to stand for hours in ill-fitting, blood-drawing shoes. Instead of subverting the industry norm, Beecroft has unapologetically confirmed it in service of her own creative vision. Indeed, after a 2008 documentary was released on Beecroft’s attempted adoption of two Sudanese babies to use as subjects in her work, a Vulture article called her a “hypocritically self-aware, colossally colonial pomo narcissist.”
So what do you think, reader? Let’s hear your comment about if you liked Kanye’s show or not!