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There's A Kanye West Pop-Up On Fairfax This Weekend

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Hear Ye, hear Ye: for two days only, Kanye West will be the proprietor of a pop-up shop on Fairfax Avenue. At this pop up, you can buy coveted clothing from his "The Life of Pablo" collection. He announced it, predictably, on Twitter.

As Complex notes, this collection features t-shirts (starting at around $55) that hone in on "No More Parties In L.A.," theme. Some designs "pay homage to Calabasas," and other merch includes a swimsuit, some hats, and some light outerwear.

Complex also reported that the scene outside is c-r-a-z-y, even for this stretch of Fairfax which is no stranger to Indiana Jones ride-level lines thanks to the presence of the Supreme store. In December, Drake opened up a temporary OVO store in the same location.

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This is the second TLOP pop-up for Yeezy: in March, his temporary store in SoHo was quite the scene, too.

TMZ snapped some photos of the enormous line to get in, plus some of the clothes available inside. Here's a little peek:

[h/t Complex]

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