Christopher Oct 17, 2011 Kanye West (and hip-hop mogul Russell Simmons) marched alongside other protestors at the Occupy Wall Street movement in New York City wearing some pricey threads. The rapper-turned-designer showed up wearing a Givenchy plaid shirt ($355 US) and a pair of super pricey...

" If you're in the New York area, take a walk by Zucotti Park, and then head to 21 Bond Street and check out Daryl K's sale event! 20-30% off select pieces from the Fall Collection, and part of the proceeds will go towards Occupy Wall Street organizers. Tell them Avenue Swank sent you!

Specifically, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Occupy Wall Street and how celebrities help shape the culture and influence the rest of the world. "The corporate-controlled media is so thirsty for the blood of the celebrities that they try to find silly and frivolous things to separate great messengers...

Photo: Courtesy of @UncleRUSH's Twitter Kanye West is many things. He's a successful music producer, rapper, most recently a clothing designer, but, a man of the people? Apparently so. Yeezy showed up on Wall Street yesterday in support of the Occupy Wall Street protests against growing...

of people have literally been occupying Wall Street in protest against what they believe our nation's biggest financial institutions have willing done to America's economy. And they're starting to get more attention for what they wear than what they're saying. Intrepid Redditor...

West's chain. It is "Yeezy," not "Weezy."), they also struck Anna Dello Russo's fancy. Kanye wore one with Balmain jeans to Occupy Wall Street, and now you too can own the gold necklace. Contrary to what we (and the Times) believed, the nameplate actually reads "Yeezi" with an I. It was...

Kanye West spotted heading into Paris A.P.C. offices and shopping at Jamin Puech. Photo: Getty Images Well well well, look who we found traipsing into the A.P.C. offices in Paris this morning! Kanye West is spending a little time in the City of Lights, you know, per usual, and in typical...

Consider this the first attempt of the fashion industry to comment on Occupy Wall Street that you can actually feel good about. Vice Magazine took a couple of male models down to New York's Zuccoti Park, dressed them up like stockbrokers and had do awful things only really mean members of the...

But when you're talking about Occupy Wall Street (and all its international equivalents), a movement that's kinda against consumerism, it becomes sort of ridiculous when companies start trying to target that demographic. Isn't the 99% hard up? (Yes, we are.) But that hasn't stopped the...

The shirt in question (see above) is a play on "Occupy Wall Street," the economic reform movement that is quite literally sweeping the country. While I understand how this can seem sort of strange, I don't know if it's Jay's responsibility to be fund raising. Although with his half a...

 

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