“You know, I think y’all might think that because I’m a celebrity and I rap that this shit is easy to do,” he told the crowd. “But one of the hardest things to do was to get the talented people that worked on the collection to believe in my vision.” It looked like the top of a chocolate soufflé at first, the parachute fabric that puffed into the shape of a dome and spread across the floor of Madison Square Garden as the nearly 20,000 guests trickled in for Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 3 event — arguably this season’s most anticipated New York Fashion Week show. It was evident from the moment it began that the show would channel the sort of scale that Parisian fashion houses like Dior, Louis Vuitton and Chanel are known for (Karl Lagerfeld, for example, transformed the Grand Palais into a flight terminal for his spring collection in September). But ultimately, it was hard to compare the event to any other fashion show that has come before it. Read more at The Hollywood Reporter.