- In 2020, Kanye West rented forty-nine things in total from The David Casavant Archive
- David, a 31-year-old consultant, collector, and stylist, is requesting N81 million to replace the 13 lost pieces and N92.1 million for outstanding rental fees
- The archivist started working with Ye in 2014, and in his web portfolio, he includes both Ye and his ex-wife Kim Kardashian 12 times
Kanye West has been sued by fashion archivist David Casavant for not returning some rare items.
Kanye faces lawsuit from archivist
Fashion historian David Casavant sued Kanye West for failing to return 13 of the 49 items of apparel he rented to him back in March 2020.
The Good Morning crooner is being pursued by the 31-year-old stylist, collector, and consultant for N92.1 million in unpaid rental fees and N81 million to replace the 13 missing "unique, esteemed pieces," according to TMZ.
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Kanye owes David rare items
David's invoice included 49 things, one of which was a Helmut Lang vintage blue denim jacket.
In the renowned black-and-white music video for Rihanna's 2015 single Four Five Seconds, which was directed by Inez & Vinoodh.
The rapper was seen sporting a vintage Helmut Lang jean jacket.
The David Casavant Archive's web portfolio counts 12 appearances by West and his ex-wife Kim Kardashian since Casavant started working with him in 2014.
North rocks Kanye's old jacket to Paris
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that North West is the eldest child of rapper Kanye West and American reality TV personality Kim Kardashian.
North, who was born in 2013, is the older sister of Kanye and Kim's other children, Saint West, Chicago West and Psalm West.
The nine-year-old is with her mother in Europe and has been spotted at events associated with the Paris Fashion Week.
The young star was spotted wearing her dad's one-of-a-kind jacket, and tongues couldn't stop wagging over how cute she was.
They also noted that she was a chip off the old block.