The Yeezy Spring/Summer 2017 Ready-To-Wear collection lookbook is out and it's taking a cue from the past seasons!
The new collection presented to horrible reviews at the Roosevelt Island in New York where he staged a dramatic presentation of the latest offerings from his infamous luxury street style brand.
The Yeezy Season 4 looks were all about neutral tones and palettes that scream minimalist styled athleisure styles. Taking a cue from the past season, the rapper infused even more similar styles from his past collection into the present collection.
Taking obvious cue from military streetwear, pieces were crafted in field jackets, slouchy knitwears that has become a signature, bodycon dresses, leotards, oversized knitwears/sweaters, high boots and more standout pieces.
Extra form fitting silhouettes, nude tones, body baring and more were employed to style the collection that's not special but looks more like another repeat of the Yeezy brand that has fast become unrealistic and a flagrant display of highly unpractical looks that are becoming borderline annoyingly 'un-artsy' unlike what it supposedly stands for.
There's nothing special about the collection and as usual predictable but as usual leave it to creative director; Kanye West to milk something out of it!