Kanye West Confirms 2020 Presidential Run in Vanity Fair but Admits ”I Hate …

24 Sep 2015 | Author: | No comments yet »

‘Sweatshirts are f**king important… sweatshirts are the future,’ declares Kanye West as he insists his latest collection isn’t a statement about race.

After showcasing his second Yeezy collection at New York Fashion Week, the 38-year-old sat down with Vanity Fair, discussing – among other things – his love of sweatshirts.The rapper and designer has revealed in a new interview that the statement he made about pursuing political office at the MTV Video Music Awards last month was no joke, and that he will follow through by putting himself in the 2020 election. ‘Somehow the more and more creative I get, the closer and closer I get to who I was as a child. Revealing some of the effort that went into his designs, Kanye added: ‘And we worked so hard on our development of our actual sweatshirts to make them fall a certain way, the dyeing that we do, the type of washing where we take a thicker Japanese stretch French terry and wash it down to where it keeps its original qualities but then feels so thin. ‘Sweatshirts are f**king important. That might sound like the funniest quote ever,’ he added. ‘How can you say all this stuff about running for president in 2020 and then say sweatshirts are important?

I think it’s time.’ ‘With all the things I’ve done that people would consider to be accomplishments, what’s the point where I become the person that Donda and Raymond West raised? My parents’ child.’ ‘The idea of this separation and this gladiator battle takes away from the main focus that the world needs help and the world needs all the people in a position of power or influence to come together,;’ said West.

For the time being however, West said his first priority is his family – daughter North and wife Kim Kardashian, who is pregnant with the couple’s second child, a son. West on his growing acceptance in the fashion industry: “Eventually I want the whole world to accept me and I want the whole world to accept each other. Mark my words like Mark Twain.’ He explained: ‘It was only colours of human beings and the way these palettes of people work together and really just stressing the importance of colour, the importance of that to our sanity, these Zen, monochrome palettes. ‘I want it to become more of a moving painting than a political statement or a fashion statement. After that comes his music and then his fashion line he said And in between those three it seems he will find the time to prepare himself to run for office. While discussing Kanye 2020, West shared that he’s “definitely” still planning on running, and elaborated, “And then as soon as I said [the presidential announcement] it was like, wait a second, we would really be into that, because actually if you think about it, he’s extremely thoughtful.

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