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Kanye West's Yeezy Season 5 magazine is totally NSFW

Featuring Teyana Taylor, Luka Sabbat, and more.
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Kanye West held his Yeezy Season 5 show recently in the midst of New York Fashion Week, and it actually went pretty well. It started on time (for a fashion show, which means it started about 25 minutes late). No one passed out. The clothes themselves featured "Calabasas" graphics at times, which added a little extra dimension to the well-worn military vibe that's become a Yeezy staple.

But before any of that went down, invites had to be sent out. And, in true Yeezy fashion, they weren't just any old invites. Aside from an olive green sweatshirt with "Lost Hills" printed on it, editors and other attendees received a provocative zine featuring Yeezy models and muses like Teyana Taylor, Luka Sabbat, Amina Blue, and Sofia Richie. Also: nudity.

Take a look.


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Teyana Taylor


Sofia Richie


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Amina Blue


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Luka Sabbat

This story originally appeared on Esquire.com.

* Minor edits have been made by the Esquiremag.ph editors.

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