Kanye West has had a busy week. In between presenting his long-awaited collaboration with adidas Originals, shutting down NYC's Flatiron District by performing at the Roc City Classic, sitting down for an interview with us, and making appearances at fashion shows by designers like Robert Geller and Alexander Wang, he also just performed on Saturday Night Live's 40th Anniversary Special.
A visibly tired Mr. West began the set splayed on the floor wearing the same dropped-shoulder hoodie he's been rocking all weekend, but instead of the Yeezy 750 Boosts, he opted for a pair of the luxe duck boots that debuted along with low-top versions of the Yeezy Boost at last Thursday's show.
Here's a better look at the boots as they were shown in the collection:
West then transitioned into "Only One" before being joined onstage by Sia and Vic Mensa, who performed his newest song, "Wolves." Mensa wore one of the distressed military sweaters also from West's adidas collaboration.
And here it is as it was shown at West's presentation, paired with Yeezy 750 Boosts:
West made another appearance later on in the night wearing the same hoodie while being referenced in a Wayne's World sketch starring Michael Myers and Dana Carvey. To their credit, Myers' Chicago Blackhawks hockey jersey and Carvey's ripped light washed denim also looked like clothing items West would appreciate.