Even if you haven't heard of the Australian sportswear purveyor 2XU, you've probably already seen their work. Having partnered with the YEEZY brand, the label is looking to resume its relationship for Season 7.

In a recent teaser shot, Kim Kardashian uploaded a picture on Instagram wearing the sports compression leggings made from the shiny neoprene material. Slated to appear in Season 7, 2XU branding can be seen on the rear waistband. Check out the image below.

Flicking back, 2XU first made an appearance in YEEZY's Season 5 capsule. The brand's neoprene leggings and bodysuit were fused with the street-ready aesthetic for a laid-back cozy look.

As seen below, the first 'fit easily pairs the brand's gold-printed leggings with YEEZY's Intarsia roll-neck Sweater.  The second outfit steps it up with a full-body wetsuit layered underneath an oversized "Lost Hills" graphics cardigan.

While there's little word on the upcoming drop, we wouldn't be surprised to see a sporty collection featuring the YEEZY-approved compression tights in addition to tops, socks, jackets and shoes.

In other style news, designer Phillipp Plein has been accused of copying Italian label Moncler.

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