UPDATE (Sept. 30, 2019): It’s past the updated release date of September 29 for Kanye West’s highly-anticipated album Jesus Is King, but that hasn’t stopped the music-meets-clothing titan from continuing the release of City-specific merch. Following his Jesus Is King experience in Detroit this past Friday, which led to a variety of city-themed merch being dropped, Ye has released a plethora of new merch in honor of the listening session he held Sunday evening at New York’s United Palace auditorium.
Continuing with YEEZY cotton garments in white, gray, navy as the base, the new release sees a variety of mock-neck T-shirts, long sleeves, crewnecks, and sweatpants thrown into the mix. Graphic-wise, the new merch continues with various religious motifs, noticeably resembling Jesus, with various pieces utilizing New York’s city seal.
You can expect these pieces to be available for just a few days, considering the Detroit merch (viewable below) have been taken off the website. The new merch (viewable in the gallery above) ranges between $50 and $140 USD and is available via Kanye West’s official webstore.
ORIGINAL STORY (Sept. 27, 2019): Despite the current absence of Jesus Is King from streaming platforms, Kanye West has dropped merch designed around the highly-anticipated album. Offering T-shirts, crewneck sweaters and long sleeves in either navy blue, white, or grey, the collection integrates both the new record and his Sunday Service installment in Detroit. Motifs inspired by old religious paintings feature holy figures as its center design, while the pieces for Sunday Service utilize a grey and white version of the city’s seal.
The new merch falls between $50 USD to $140 USD and is available now on shop.kanyewest.com.
Elsewhere in fashion, take a look at the Nobu x KITH collection.
— Kanye Source (@KanyeSource) 28 September 2019