Kanye West 'disappointed' by lack of Kardashian support
Kanye West was reportedly "disappointed" that his wife Kim Kardashian West's family didn't support his Yeezy Season 4 show.
The 'Only One' rapper debuted his new collection in New York on Wednesday (07.09.16) and felt let down that the brunette beauty's sisters didn't turn up to watch his new designs on the cat walk.
A source told PEOPLE magazine: "Both Kim and Kanye would have wanted the rest of her family in New York City too."
The 39-year-old rapper - who has three-year-old daughter North and nine-month-old Saint with the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' star - wanted to see his mother-in-law Kris Jenner and Kim's sisters Kourtney and Khloé there on his big day.
The source explained: "It was a big disappointment to Kanye that Kris, Kourtney and Khloé didn't attend his fashion show."
However, it was probably down to the immense amount of pressure Kanye was under to put on the event that made him irritable with them.
The insider said: "Kanye has been very stressed about his fashion show. He is a perfectionist and was a nightmare before the show."
However, Kim, 35, was also said to be irate and getting "annoyed" with her husband's stressful ways.
They said: "Kim has definitely been annoyed. She is hoping that he will calm down now after the fashion show is over."
However, although his Kris, Kourtney and Khloé didn't turn up, Kanye was joined by Kim's half-sisters Kendall and Kylie Jenner.
The show was due to start at 3pm but didn't properly kick off until an hour-and-a-half later and as guests arrived, they were met with the sight of hundreds of models stood in neutral outfits on the green space between the two runways.
Sofia Richie and Teyana Taylor were just two of the stars who walked the runway, with Sofia wearing the transparent boots Kim was spotted in earlier this week.
Meanwhile, in an interview with Vogue magazine ahead of the show, Kanye revealed he worked on making the pieces from this collection "timeless".
He said: "I want to make pieces that can be timeless. Pieces that you can pick up out of a vintage store in 20 years and say, 'Wow, I'm happy I have this.' "