Looks like Kanye West is man of his word. Earlier this year, Ye’ told TMZ that getting the prices lowered for his Yeezy Season 3 collection was a goal of his. “We’re gonna get them lower, we’re gonna get them lowered next season,” the rapper insisted. And the lower price tags for the line that drops Friday, Nov. 4 prove he wasn’t lying. Some of the items are even down to 50 percent less than they were in Season 1.
However, lower prices still doesn’t exactly mean "affordable." Price points include a shearling coat for $1,500, pants around the $250 ballpark, hoodies in the $350 range and tees clock in at under $200. Like we said, better — but certainly not budget friendly.
The long-awaited line, which debuted back in February at Kanye’s listening party for The Life of Pablo at Madison Square Garden, has more color compared to previous seasons 1 and 2, made up primarily of neutrals. You’ll find pops of burnt orange, bright red and yellow. If you’re looking to purchase Yeezy Season 3 gear come Friday, according to GQ it will be available in Black Market USA in Texas and Flannels in England, while Complex reports that it should also be available in the Kith store in New York City.
Knowing how fast Yeezy apparel sells out, good luck and may the odds be ever in your favor!
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