UPDATE 2/10/16 (5:34 p.m.): The Yeezy Season 3 invite, which was available for attendees to pick at 3 p.m. today, included a olive green Augusta Sportswear coaches jacket alongside a physical ticket. "Season 3" is emblazoned across the back of the jacket, with "Yeezy" written on the sleeve, along with details about the presentation at Madison Square Garden tomorrow.
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UPDATE 2/10/16 (11:32 a.m.): It seems as though Kanye West really is sending out clothing invitations for his hyped-up Madison Square Garden Yeezy Season 3 fashion show/album release. While Ye's teaser video on Twitter makes the garment hard to identify, the color and text clearly connect it to the jacket West wore at LAX airport last month.
Season 3 invite pic.twitter.com/lhVebPlTJd— KANYE WEST (@kanyewest) February 10, 2016
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Looks like today isn't going to be a quiet day in the world of Kanye West. Aside from airing out Wiz Khalifa on Twitter this afternoon (and consequentially getting roasted by mutual ex Amber Rose), it seems that Ye's onto his next Earth-shattering move: turning heads in a never-before-seen Yeezy Season 3 jacket.
Like Yeezy Season 1 and Season 2 before it, it appears that Yeezy Season 3 will feature a label invitation jacket. While Season 1 had a white Tyvek aanorak, and Season 2 had a longsleeve camo shirt from Rothco as show invites, it appears that the outerwear Kanye wore at LAX today is a little more substantial. Initial images are unclear, but the jacket looks to emulate the classic M-65 in traditional olive drab, with "Yeezy" written on the sleeve, and "Season 3" emblazoned across the back.
Kanye spotted wearing #YeezySeason3 invitations at LAX today. pic.twitter.com/1AexzfOY5r— TeamKanyeDaily (@TeamKanyeDaily) January 27, 2016
Kayne says I already told you . I'm not talking about it pic.twitter.com/vMYhkv60jX— Claudia Rosenbaum (@CJRosenbaum) January 27, 2016
Either way, considering that tickets for the runway show are currently being sold openly to the public, it's unclear who will be receiving these invitations—if they're sent out at all.
Damn, it's as if Feb. 11 can't come soon enough.