Kanye West went from “heartless” to soleless.
The “All of the Lights” rapper was spotted rocking massive shoulder pads and sock shoes — for a second time — while out with two of his kids: daughter North and son Saint.
Ye, 45, wore a black T-shirt with bulging shoulder pads underneath, a pair of black high-water pants and black soleless sock shoes as he arrived at the Griffith Park Observatory in Los Angeles with his children on Friday.
His shirt read, “Polizei” on the front, which is the German word for “police.”
North, 9, dressed casually for the outing, wearing a black long-sleeved shirt and shorts paired with her dad’s Yeezy sneakers.
Saint, 7, also dressed comfortably in a black Yeezus T-shirt, shorts and a pair of the “Donda” rapper’s Yeezy foam runners.
West debuted his shoulder pad look earlier this week, when he was spotted out with his “wife,” Bianca Censori.
The couple — who wed in a ceremony that was not legally binding in January — hit Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams together on Wednesday.
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Censori, who previously worked as a Yeezy employee, went incognito by tying a black T-shirt around her nose and mouth, as she sported sheer silver tights, a nude tank top and golden boot socks.
Ye, on the other hand, wore shoulder pads under this black tee with a pair of high-water pants. However, this time, he opted to wear a pair of royal blue soleless sock shoes.
Censori and West have made headlines recently with their daring looks.
Earlier this month, the architectural designer posed with only black body tape for a photo shoot for the brand Mowalola.
In the snaps, Censori sported a square of black body tape over her breasts and strips of tape trailing from the front of her vagina to her backside.
She also wore short-heeled black boots that spanned up to her butt, completing the shocking look with her platinum blonde pixie cut styled in a gel-heavy look.
And last month, West — who also shares daughter Chicago, 6, and son Psalm, 4, with ex-wife Kim Kardashian — attempted to keep a low profile by hiding his face in a black mask while attending a Fear of God show.