How To Stream The Yeezy Season 4 Show, Because It's Going To Make Headlines
Although every season is Yeezy Season, New York Fashion Week is upon us, meaning Ye will be showing off his newest collection. Luckily, you can live stream the Yeezy Season 4 show, so even though you won't have a seat in Madison Square Garden (or whichever crazy venue he dreams up next), you can still catch the highly-anticipated show cozied up at home. (Although I'll probably dress up for the occasion in my living room anyway.)
Let's take a trip down memory lane and recount the history of Yeezy, shall we? It all started back in 2009, when Kanye created the Air Yeezy for Nike in three different colors, according to Sneaker News. A few years later, Nike and Ye created yet another shoe, the Air Yeezy 2 in two different colors. Then, in 2015, another color was released. Funnily enough, in 2014, adidas and Yeezy began a beautiful partnership, and that's when Yeezys really blew up.
Since then, about eight other types of Yeezys have been released, making Ye a very, very successful shoe designer. So it only made sense to expand into clothing, and that's how Yeezy Season 1 was born. Received with praise and hyped up by his fans and the fashion community, it only made sense to do season 2. And last year, we were blessed with Yeezy Season 3, where Ye shut down the entirety of Madison Square Garden to unveil his newest collection and his new album, The Life of Pablo. For lack of a better word, it was lit.
I don't think I could come up with a more Kanye venue than this one.
I mean, check out this squad?!
Kanye's clothing, shoes, and concert merch have become so popular, it's extremely difficult to even get your hands on them. He's doing the damn thing.
Now, for Yeezy Season 4, happening on Sept. 7 at 7 p.m. ET, and is steaming online at www.tidal.com, of course. So you can tune in, listen to some cool tunes, see the new designs, and of course, peep for celeb sightings. I'm sure the entire Kardashian-Jenner clan will come dressed to the nines. If you have cable TV, you can catch the show on the E! network.
According to Sole Collector, you'll also be able to see behind-the-scenes footage, so you can see all the drama and fun times too, of course. It's basically like watching a Keeping Up With The Kardashians, except more athleisure and a lot more of Ye.
Love him or hate him, but you can't deny Kanye's influence, whether it's in the music industry or the fashion world. And, this being his fourth season, I know it's only getting better and better. Bring on all the neutrals and distressed materials — I'm ready.