Thanks to Kim Kardashian‘s “73 Questions” interview with Vogue earlier in the year, we have already seen some of the house’s interiors, including the bedroom, bathroom, living room, and kitchen. However, this new, more Kanye-focused clip shows off a few new areas. Watch above.
In the video, we’re shown what appears to be another living room, featuring a collection of ceramics by Yuji Ueda, who’s represented by Takashi Murakami. As Letterman points out, the room, and indeed the entire home, has “wabi-sabi vibes,” as Kanye put it. Wabi-sabi is a Japanese aesthetic concept that accepts the beauty in imperfection and impermanence.
The stunning bathroom features again, with Letterman reacting exactly how any normal person would when presented with such a space. Finally, West takes Letterman into what can only be described as a YEEZY showroom. Whether it’s West’s personal wardrobe or not is unclear. Regardless, the rapper later gives the interviewer a style makeover, which you can watch below.
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On this episode of the Dropcast we are joined by Erik Ellington of Deathwish & Baker Boys and Bobby Hundreds, co-founder of The Hundreds. The two self-made titans of industry talk about the continued mainstream-ification of skateboarding and streetwear, and share some killer insight on building a label independently. Check below.