Ye (Kanye West) and Saint West Make the Case for Father-Son Model


In December 1999 David and Victoria Beckham sported coordinated leather-based Versace suits for his or her New Yr’s Eve occasion, spearheading a brand new period of matchy-matchy spouse-on-spouse fashion. Then Britney and JT  sported triple denim fits to the 2001 American Music Awards. Two years in the past, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry introduced some magnificence to the couple-dressing paradigm, when the previous’s emerald costume matched her husband’s swimsuit’s lining. 

Ye (previously Kanye West) and his estranged wife Kim Kardashian have been no strangers to high-key couple dressing throughout their six-year lengthy marriage. There have been the metallic seems they tag-teamed in on the Met Gala in 2015, matching ripped jeans moments and that point they wearing his ‘n’ hers Batman ensembles. Even of their short-lived, post-Kardashian divorce relationship, Ye and Uncut Gems Julia Fox doubled-down on harmonized suits, favoring double-denim seems, in addition to matching high-shine leather-based.

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Now although, Ye is widening the ouevre, and increasing to cross-generational wardrobe sharing. Attending an NBA sport between Golden State Warriors and the Boston Celtics in San Francisco, Ye and his son Saint wore matching outfits of Balenciaga leather-based jackets, black hoodies, grey denims and black stomper boots. 

The transfer might be seen as a not-so-subtle, “if-you-can-do-it-I-can-do-it-too” dig at Kardashian, who has famously dressed herself and daughter North West in matching outfits prior to now. There have been the spangly Vetements clothes they each wore to attend one in all Kanye West’s live shows in 2020 and the Moncler jackets the pair wore in Colorado again in 2016. Plus there’s the tag-team suits they have been sporting on TikTok, which have despatched Ye into Instagram rant frenzies in current weeks. 

With Ye’s plain affect (even though he is been briefly banned from the ‘gram), don’t be stunned to see extra adult-kid dressing in the end. Drake and Adonis, we’re taking a look at you.

This story was initially printed on British GQ with the headline “Ye and his mini-me make the case for father-son wardrobe sharing

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