In the video above, he's wearing a plain black T-shirt, black jeans, and white adidas Ultra Boost. But note the flannel: an Enfants Riches Déprimés Chemise À Carreaux flannel.
Enfants Riches Déprimés is a punk-influenced, unisex brand founded by Henry Levy. Levy describes the label as "elitist, nihilist couture."
"The price point eliminates the masses, and the ideas eliminate the people who I don’t want, generally, in it, due to the dark nature," he told us in his first ever (and only) profile this past March. The products—destroyed tees with custom hand-drawn art, one-of-a-kind leather jackets, and embroidered bomber jackets—are sold in extremely limited quantities. Since launching in 2012, Enfants Riches Déprimés has become a favorite of celebrities like Pusha T, Justin Bieber, and Travis Scott.
Kanye's $545 flannel features patches on the front, the left bicep, and the back. It's currently sold out online, but we rounded up a few similar flannels if you dig Kanye's fit.
You can get the full backstory about Enfants Riches Déprimés in our profile.