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Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 2 for Adidas Looks Just Like…Yeezy Season 1

Much ado was made about Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 2 show and West delivered…more of the same for his second effort with Adidas for Spring 2016.

 

Today adidas long-term partner Kanye West presented a collection as a designer in his own right. By including the #YEEZYBOOST and Ultraboost, Kanye gives an exclusive preview of what’s to come. Congratulations, Mr. West!

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As expected, there were so many celebrities at the show that they spilled over into the second row. Of course, Kim and North West (who was in a far better mood than last time) were there along with a smattering of Kardashian-Jenners (Khloe, Kendall, Kourtney), Lorde, Debbie Harry, Riccardo Tisci, Anna Wintour, Michael Strahan, Tyga, 2 Chainz, Miguel, Drake, Fabolous, Common and more. Bella Hadid modeled alongside Kylie Jenner, who was again cast in the show.

As for the clothes, we couldn’t help but be reminded of Yeezy season 1. There were plenty of military-inspired spandexy neutrals, oversized hoodies and windbreakers, flesh-toned bodysuits – typical Yeezy fare. The show was broadcast at theaters around the world so West’s devoted followers could experience the rapper’s genius. As expected, West debuted a new single (with Post Malone and Ty Dolla $ign), as well as new colorways of the Yeezy Boost. West collaborated once again with artist Vanessa Beecroft for the show.

It’s worth mentioning that the models were made to sign nondisclosure agreements, barring them from talking about West or his extended family or risk being charged up to $10 million, according to Hypebeast. So don’t bother asking them anything about the Kardashian-Jenners.

Still, the greatest moment of Yeezy Season 2 happened before the show, captured in an adorable pre-show moment with Kim and Nori, who thought Minnie Mouse was going to be at the event.

She must have been sorely disappointed to see her style crush wasn’t there. But hey, with such a star-studded showing, even she could agree that it wasn’t that bad. 

[via Miss Info, Complex, E!]