Kayne West Feels Sorry For Those That Don't See His 'Vision'
. (Radio.com) Last week the world finally got to see Kanye West's 18-months-in-the-making Adidas collection and, as you can imagine, it was no less aesthetically divisive than West himself. Models were outfitted in pantyhose and tattered sweatshirts. Kim Kardashian was styled by West in a pair of pantyhose and a sports bra, and likewise North West wore a top that looked a lot like a bullet proof vest.
Didn't like it? Didn't feel it? West has some choice words for anyone who wasn't all about his first Adidas line. "For anyone who reviews the collection poorly-not even to put that energy out there-if they do, I really feel sorry that they don't have a vision of what the future holds, because you just saw the future," he told MTV backstage at the presentation.
For West, the collection is what he imagines everyone wearing, from his wife to high school kids. "If I was the 14-year-old me, I'm going to high school everyday [and] I'd want to look like the guys in this show," he said. "I would like my wife to go to the gym in full pantyhose and a sports bra. That's my proposition."
While 'Ye addressed his detractors, he was just as quick to embrace those who've stood behind him, like Adidas. "They had to support all of my crazy ideas and visions," he continued. "They were an extremely, extremely supportive company. This is only the beginning of the possibilities we can do together. They're an incredible tech company, a cultural company, and I think that I'm learning how to present these ideas in a forward way-proposition of proportions from a street sensibility." Read more here.
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