YEEZY

In November 2013, music artist and designer, Kanye West, announced his departure from Nike and signed with adidas to create his own YEEZY line. The collaboration includes everything from footwear, apparel and accessories, which were all initially manufactured by adidas Originals. However, since Season 2, it was announced that everything aside from certain footwear models was going to be produced independently of the German sportswear brand.

Kanye's adidas YEEZY 500 "Salt" Receives a Quick Makeover
Footwear

Kanye's adidas YEEZY 500 "Salt" Receives a Quick Makeover

Ditching its original all-white look.

A Look Inside the YEEZY Studio in Calabasas
Design

A Look Inside the YEEZY Studio in Calabasas

“Post-core” design.

No One Came to Kanye West's YEEZY x 2XU Event in Sydney
Fashion

No One Came to Kanye West's YEEZY x 2XU Event in Sydney

The drop was cancelled following a surprisingly low turnout.

Kanye West Shows off Original adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 Sample
Footwear

Kanye West Shows off Original adidas YEEZY BOOST 350 Sample

The “Turtle Dove” OG.

Kanye West Is Venturing Into Architecture
Design

Kanye West Is Venturing Into Architecture

YEEZY Home, coming soon.

Kanye West Unveils YEEZY 700 V2
Footwear

Kanye West Unveils YEEZY 700 V2

It looks like a cross between the 700 and 500.

UPDATE: Kanye West Apologizes for Stolen Tony Spackman Designs
Fashion

UPDATE: Kanye West Apologizes for Stolen Tony Spackman Designs

The person responsible for presenting them to Kanye has been fired from Yeezy.

adidas Still Soaring Over Nike in North America
Fashion

adidas Still Soaring Over Nike in North America

And Under Armour.

Kanye West & YEEZY Reveal Stance on Camo Lawsuit
Fashion

Kanye West & YEEZY Reveal Stance on Camo Lawsuit

“There’s nothing original or protectable.”

HIDDEN HYPEBEASTS: From Skate to Real Estate With KASE's Keven Stirdivant & Cesar Vasquez
Design 

HIDDEN HYPEBEASTS: From Skate to Real Estate With KASE's Keven Stirdivant & Cesar Vasquez

How they went from kickflips and flipping kicks to selling properties to some of streetwear’s biggest names.
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