2 Chainz married his fiancee Kesha Ward at the Versace Mansion in Miami over the weekend. Naturally, the event was an opulent affair, attracting a who's who of high-profile wedding guests, and for some reason, a white tiger, which was seen arriving in a cage.

Virgil Abloh, artistic director of menswear at Louis Vuitton, showed his inaugural collection in June, and the tailoring as worn by Kanye yesterday appears to be a continuation of the SS19 offerings. The elegant cut was adorned with the LV monogram, which was repeated in a tonal shade of neo-mint across the fabric of the blazer and the pants. Abloh's Instagram captioned an image of the pair as "MODERNISM," perhaps a nod to Ye's contemporary footwear styling.

Kim, (who recently matched her hair to her frozen yellow Lamborghini), continued her neon streak with a bright, tight frozen yellow dress.

Some folks on twitter have noted that Ye's footwear looks a little tight, and for a closer look you can peep Kim Kardashian's Instagram story. What do you think of the ’fit? Let us know in the comments below.

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