Kanye West will unveil his Yeezy Season Four line next month
Kanye West is set to unveil his Yeezy Season Four line next month.
The 'Famous' rapper - who collaborated with Adidas in 2013 and premiered his first collection with the sportswear giant two years later in February 2015 - will showcase his latest collection on the afternoon of September 7 during this year's New York Fashion Week, according to WWD.
A spokesperson for the fashion designer has confirmed Kanyes upcoming catwalk show, but the specific details including the time and location have yet to be confirmed.
Meanwhile the 39-year-old singer songwriter recently announced he will expand his partnership with Adidas to include performance-wear creations, and lifestyle garments.
Speaking previously about joining forces with the father of two - who has three-year-old daughter North and eight-month-old Saint with his wife Kim Kardashian West - a representative of Adidas said: "[This is] the most significant partnership ever created between a nonathlete and an athletic brand."
And Kanye - who has been working with Adidas for just over three years - has no plans of slowing down as he has admitted he wants to create an "affordable" shoe range, which costs under $30.
Speaking previously, he said: "I'm going to Adidas and I'm like,' Adidas, I know you've never made a shoe under $50 but we have to make a shoe that costs $30 and I'm gonna be the coolest shoe of all.'"
Although he's got a highly successful music career under his belt and a fashion empire, Kanye - who claimed he was in $53 million in debt earlier this year - is most excited about designing the affordable shoe for his fans.
He said: "To me, this thing I'm saying is the thing I'm most excited about of anything I've ever done. To be able to take all of what I've learnt from the best designers and making collections with fashion people ripping me up alive and dissing me saying don't quit your day job and all that, to be able to get to the point of being able to make something that everyone can touch and have that visibility."