A.P.C. founder Jean Touitou told Style.com “The process was easier the second time because we have learned more from each other, and then also we stopped by the military archive. It was surprisingly easier the second time, except at the end.”
Touitou explained that Ye did the same thing he does before an album drops, “start from scratch.”
“In music things are so possible, especially with today’s technology, good engineer, good computer, you could stretch time, but in fashion there are so many people involved, from weaving, knitting, choosing the yarn, choosing the color, making the pattern, making the first samples,” he said. “It’s so much more material, but again, I don’t feel badly about him pushing the limits. So that was the difficulty. But apart from that, it was perfectly easy.”
This might be Yeezy’s last collection with the company, since he has partnered up with Adidas. The collection will be released July 17.