A $5.5 million suit that the rapper Kanye West made black athletes look like heroes was inspired by his own wardrobe, according to a new documentary.
The film, The Unstoppable Style of Kanye West, focuses on the rapper’s upbringing in Queens and his transformation as an athlete as a child.
The suit, which featured black leather and a diamond stud, was made with a special, high-end material that has become a favorite among fashion designers, said director Ryan Matson.
“We wanted to tell this story with Kanye West in the same vein as fashion designers and athletes who’ve done things differently,” he told ABC News.
The movie is about the life of West, a star of the television show The Real Housewives of New York City, who made the suits famous during the 2014 NBA playoffs, the most popular sport in the U.S.
The suit was inspired in part by his father, Michael West, who is also a New York Times best-selling author and television personality.
Michael West died of heart failure at the age of 76, but his son, Kanye West III, has maintained his own fashion legacy.
He became the first black basketball player to win an NBA championship in 2009.
Kanye West made the suit inspired by Michael West’s style, according a video he shared with his fans.
The Unstoppably Style of West is part of the new collection of West’s collection, which features his signature black and white sneakers, a hoodie and jeans.
West has been criticized by some fans for his lack of diversity, saying in the film that he wants his children to look like him.
“We’re all in this together, you’re a black boy and a white girl,” West said.
“So, when you see a black girl walking down the street and you see her shoes, you want to be that girl.”
The movie shows that Kanye West and his family were both privileged and wealthy, and he has used the same model for his clothing line for the past 10 years.