The hip hop icon, who hosted the show on Roosevelt Island, posted several tweets alluding to his creativity and vision.
“It’s our life’s mission to create the most transformative experiences,” Kanye tweeted.
“Each and every one’s time, insight and feelings are invaluable to us. We want to make people feel great. Thank you for embarking on this creative journey.”
Meanwhile his collaborative effort with sportswear giant, Adidas was blasted by some fashion bloggers over its association with Yeezy.
An Adidas spokesperson said: “These particular boots are actually not a part of the Adidas collaboration.”
One model was seen taking off her shoes so she could make it down the runway, while another model’s heel snapped on the thigh high boots making it a very awkward hobble down the catwalk.
Each and every one’s time, insight and feelings are invaluable to us. We want to make people feel great.
— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) September 9, 2016
The hip hop icon, who has now successfully turned his hand at fashion, dreamed up a unique way to showcase his collection to an audience on Roosevelt Island on Wednesday, where he invited top editors, bloggers and social media stars to feast their eyes upon his latest creations.
But the unique display was hampered by reports that models were fainting and in desperate need of water as they were forced to stand in the baking heat without shade.
It was also reported that the Yeezy fashion show, which was held in the Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park kicked off over an hour and a half later than the original 3pm time – keeping everyone waiting in the 86 degree heat.
In our opinion, he may have basically hired out an island for the extravagant show and chartered buses to transport guests to see the latest collection for Adidas.
But logistics to keep people hydrated and safe in the heat appeared questionable.