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Kanye cracks a smile at twisted T-shirt

Published 29/07/2015

Katie Eary catwalk model
Katie Eary catwalk model

Katie Eary says Kanye West's empire is run like a family, and she feels like she'll always be a part of it.

The two are firm friends after working together on Kanye's fashion collection DW Kanye West, which eventually folded due to negative reviews.

While Kanye is known for his serious demeanour, Katie got a giggle out of the music star with her My Little Pony T-shirt - which features an enlarged part of the horse's anatomy.

"The last time I spoke to him I sent him the Pony. I sent him the Pony c**k just to see what he thought. I was like, 'What'd you think? Make sure you look at it twice, because when you first see it, you can't see it.' And he just wrote back, 'Hahaha. Love it'. So I was like 'OK, cool!'" Katie exclaimed exclusively to Cover Media.

While Kanye's collection may not have been the hit he'd hoped for, his fashion career is far from over.

He collaborated with Adidas on a debut line earlier this year, which showcased at New York Fashion Week. The show featured numerous nude-coloured body stockings, as well as see-through, skin-coloured crop tops. Kanye's wife Kim Kardashian was also seen out and about in some of the risqué designs.

Katie, who's recently teamed up with Fudge Hair for a kit bag, continues to be a big Yeezus supporter and wouldn't hesitate to work with him again.

"Oh yeah, always. It's a given. His company is very like family. So once you're part of that, you're never not a part of it," she revealed.

© Cover Media

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