Kim Kardashian Had to Buy One of Kanye West’s Jackets Online for North

  • North West wore the same Pastelle varsity jacket as her father in July. 
  • Kim Kardashian said that she had to source the jacket online rather than get it from Ye. 
  • Kardashian said that Ye isn’t attached to his belongings, but she preserves them for their children.

Kim Kardashian revealed that she had to purchase one of her ex-husband Ye’s old jackets to give to her daughter North West, who wore the jacket in Paris. 

In the season two finale of “The Kardashians,” Kardashian, North, and Kardashian’s mother Kris Jenner traveled to Paris for Paris Fashion Week. While there, North sported one of her father’s old looks — a brightly colored varsity jacket from Ye’s unreleased clothing line, Pastelle — to stop at a Balenciaga store in Paris, GQ reported. 

She didn’t get it directly from her father, however, Kardashian revealed in the episode. 

“Kanye tends to not care about his stuff, and gives it all away, and it ended up on the internet,” Kardashian said while having her hair and makeup done. “And I got it last week.”

Ye, formerly known as Kanye West, wore the jacket to the 2008 American Music Awards, GQ reported. The Pastelle line was Ye’s first true foray into the fashion world, but it was never fully released, Complex reported.

ye performing onstage at the 2008 amas, wearing a bright blue and red pastelle branded varsity jacket that's buttoned up. he's holding up a red microphone to his mouth, and wearing large white sunglasses

Ye performing at the 2008 American Music Awards.

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According to boutique owner Justin Reed, who told Complex that he sold Kardashian the garment, Kardashian reached out after he had sold one Pastelle jacket for $10,000 earlier…

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