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Kanye has had a lot to think about since his Swift snafu nearly a year ago. What he came up with is sort of a shift from his brash-'n'-clashing, in-your-face aesthetic that he espoused during NYFW three seasons ago. Called "The Rosewood Movement," Kanye insists that he and his crew clean up, tone down, and return back to the Rat-Pack-ish swagger embraced by gentlemen of yore. From designer suits, sharp tailoring, a curse-free lexicon, and polite manners, "The Rosewood Movement" is a welcome change is a welcome change for the megalomaniacal rapper/producer. Click through for photos from Kanye documenting this new leaf, including a party invite from a secret N.Y.C. performance last week that required suit jackets and hard-bottom shoes for men, and dresses for ladies. (WWD) (@KanyeWest)
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In the past five years, we at Sight Unseen have watched the American design scene explode with amazing new talents, not just in New York, but in cities like Seattle, Chicago, and D.C., too. But, we never thought we’d see the day when one of the industry's most promising hailed from somewhere as far off the beaten path as read