Kanye West has sent his second clothing collection for A.P.C down the catwalk at Paris Men's Fashion Week.
Kim Kardashian's husband-to-be may have been feeling the nerves ahead of the runway outting, with his first two on-schedule shows being panned by fashion critics in previous seasons.
'I've had a bad education in fashion,' the Yeezus rapper admitted in the French capital, as he compared his first few collections to 'hopping in a Lamborghini and driving really fast'.
Now though, Kanye West thanks A.P.C founder Jean Touitou for 'teaching me how to drive,' reports WWD.
Seeming to dip more into his own wardrobe, the new collection includes baggy cargo pants, Parka coats and tons of stone-wash denim.
'I'm starting to be able to express myself,' Kanye West tells the fashion pack in Paris. Marking himself against 'designers [who] are making them slimmer so the pockets get smaller. You can't fit anything in them.'
'As you might have heard in my interviews over the past year, people have been like, ‘No you can’t design, you don’t have any ideas',' he adds. 'I think it’s a big step for Jean, who is a very respected designer with a minimal approach, to give me the opportunity.'
Explaining the intention behind his move into fashion, the rapper says: 'As a fan you can't wear a CD and have someone compliment you on it, but you can with clothes. That's why I'm doing this. It's about giving back to the Earth.'
Kim Kardashian also turned out to support her fashion beau, accompanying him in Paris.
By Jessica Bridgeman