How Much Will Yeezy Season Set You Back?

Kind of a lot, tbh.

For all his talk about accessible luxury and sartorial egalitarianism, Kanye's first collection for Adidas definitely lands at the higher end of the sportswear pricing spectrum. Hypebeast has acquired the collection's official logo (below), as well as an early breakdown of the cost of the collection. Here's what that looks like:

Hoodies and sweatshirts: €390 (approximately $593)

Knitwear: €800 to €1,500 ($1,218 to $2,284)

Outerwear: €1,600 to €3,500 ($2,436 to $5,330)

Yeezy 750 Boost: $350

Yeezy 350 Boost (a low-top knit sneaker): €190 ($289)

Duck Boots: €450 ($685)

Canvas Backpack: €450 ($685)

Leather Backpack: €650 ($989)

Leather Bag: €800 ($1,218)

Hypebeast argues the prices are justified, writing that "underlining these steep prices, however, is absolutely top-notch quality that will give luxury houses a run for their money. Each piece is made in Italy at some of the world's best factories, using only the finest materials. The leather is what you'd expect from a storied French house, while the technical fabrics featured in the collection could easily have been developed and used by urban fashion's leading forces." Here's hoping!

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How Much Will Yeezy Season Set You Back?