Yeezy Season 3 News: Kanye West Will Make His Collection More Affordable

By Jonnalyn Cortez January 15, 2016 1:57 AM EST
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IN PHOTO: Jul 26, 2015; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Recording artist Kanye West performs during the closing ceremony for the 2015 Pan Am Games at Pan Am Ceremonies Venue. (Photo: Matt Detrich-USA TODAY Sports)

It has been known that creations of the rapper-turned-designer Kanye West's Yeezy collection have a sky-high price. Fortunately, the husband of Kim Kardashian hears his fans cry and promised to make Yeezy Season 3 cheaper compared to its predecessors.

"You really gotta lower the prices of your clothes, man. I really wanna wear them, but they're too expensive for me," a TMZ cameraman bravely approached the 38-year-old star at Los Angeles International Airport on Monday. "Yeah. We're gonna get them lower," he surprisingly responded.

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 "Next season," the recording artist added, according to Harper's Bazaar. To recall, when Yeezy Season 1 was released, many complained about its absurd amount, but it has been incredibly sold out quickly.

In fact, the prices range from $2,600 for a piece of the sweater, $1,170 for sweatpants and a thermal cost around $405.However, the second collection, Yeezy Season 2, was quite cheaper; its most pricey item from men and women's section was a raglan trench for $1,245.

Now, fans of Kanye have the chance to buy a piece from his line on Yeezy Season 3's release. Meanwhile, the songwriter is also about to launch his new record, which will have a tentative title "Swish" on Feb. 11 as he announced on Twitter.

NME reported the father of two's sister-in-law Khloe Kardashian told Cosmopolitan that the rest of the "Keeping up with the Kardashian" stars helped the record producer to finish his LP. "He really cares about our opinions," the 31-year-old television personality started.

"We're not artists, obviously, but he respects what we say so much... just to see him at work and see how much he respects our opinions, all of us sisters, he wants us all in the studio at different times," she added. "Thank God we all live a block away from each other," she continued as she won't have a hard time going back-and-forth to give her contribution. 

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