With Kanye Westin high fashion, the last thing you expect is to see your clothes in a trash bag, at least not in public.
Last week, Ye posted another cryptic message on his Instagram account, which, judging by his social media history, will most likely be deleted soon.
“Look at the Children”
“Look at the Homeless”
“As the greatest source of inspiration for any design”
People had no idea what was in store for them when her latest Gap collection was released.
A Twitter post from “Little Miss” shows Gap selling the latest Yeezy merchandise in large trash bags. Social media users commented on the “look” of the clothes on the floor.
The tweet said a Gap associate explained that the Mercurial artist got upset when his clothes were — get ready for it — displayed on hangers. He would have said that a salesperson would not help you find your size, so it is the customer’s responsibility to find their size in the piles of oversized clothes.
This is how they sell Yeezy GAP. The sales associate said that Ye got angry when he saw they had him on hangers and that’s how he wanted him. They also won’t help you find your size, you just have to search everything pic.twitter.com/GNd08Zv1zC
— little miss (@owen__lang) August 15, 2022
Some people were a bit disgusted and shocked to see how the latest wares straight out of Ye’s creative mind were “sold” to customers.
SWEAR TO GOD THIS IS A SOCIAL EXPERIMENT https://t.co/YYayYI7kXU
– YELLOW CLAW (@YELLOWCLAW) August 17, 2022
Instead of buying Yeezy, “homeless-inspired” clothes for $200… how about giving the money to the people this man is making fun of and betting on? @kanyewest garments exposed to the GAP. Sold in trash bags! 😶 Wow, man. pic.twitter.com/LA3XtsfEAC
—Zombiegrrl (@Zombiegrrl21) August 17, 2022
See you all missed the point Kanye must have wanted us to take the whole bag of clothes and walk out that door for free https://t.co/MrqBRnGSvh
— BREEZY SUPREME (@BreezyxSupreme) August 17, 2022
I walked in just to look around and saw this, thought it was a mistake. for the funsies I asked an associate for the price…t-shirts were 120 and hoodies were 240, savage https://t.co/9U1zdUTl2q
—Andrew (@4ndrewjb) August 16, 2022