Despite identifying himself as the "Robin Hood" of fashion, West admitted that he no longer considers himself a designer: "I don't want to disrespect designers by calling myself a designer; I just think I have a vision of something that I want to do." His vision, it seems, extends to his next career opportunity - ideally with one of America's biggest brands, with which he previously interned.
Created without logos, West's Adidas collection takes inspiration from Helmut Lang, Martin Margiela and Raf Simons, he admitted, but also from the life he now leads.
"Workwear, utility, the idea of being a dad, no time to look in the mirror because I'm looking at my daughter, I'm looking at my wife. And I've got to take her to dance class," he said, adding: "Let me just explain something to everyone. I'm sorry. I'm a human being. I've got opinions, I'm not always right, I'm not always on time, I don't always say things in the proper way, but my intentions are always extremely pure. My purpose is extremely just."
Sensible, humble, devoted, realistic, contrite - is that really you Kanye?