After his hospitalization in November 2016, Kanye emerged with blonde hair.
In 2016, the rapper became the king of athleisure, always sporting his popular Yeezy sneakers and comfortable high end athletic gear.
Kanye West sported a sweater from Yeezy Season 1 in 2015, which many referred to as "hobo-chic."
Kanye's style is so iconic it rubs off on his significant others. Kim Kardashian and Kanye stepped out for date night in 2014 wearing matching Balmain suit jackets.
West, who was commonly refered to as Yeezus in 2013, wore a face mask in his highly praised tour of the same name, as well as during public appearances such as this one at the Martin Margiela fashion show.
For his Watch the Throne Tour with Jay Z in 2011, Kanye sported a kilt along with gear designed by Givenchy's Ricardo Tisci.
In 2011, Kanye West introduced us to his fearless risk taking ability by sporting a Celine woman's shirt for his Coachella performance.
The "Stronger" rapper elevated his style yet again in 2010, wearing sophisticated well tailored suits.
Kanye made one of his signature looks all red. Here the shirtless performer wears a suit with an oversize chain at the BET Awards in 2010.
In 2010, Kanye and his then-girlfriend Amber Rose sported complimentary fur jackets to the Louis Vuitton fashion show in Paris.
Kanye championed street style in 2009, pairing basics denim basics with high end elements.
The self proclaimed "Louis Vuitton Don" changed his nickname to "Martin Louis the King Jr." after designing a pair of sneakers for the Paris fashion house that walked the runway in 2009.
Around the time of the release of Kanye's fourth album 808s and Heartbreak in 2008, Kanye sported tailored suits with his heart on his jacket—literally.
For a period of time in 2007, Kanye couldn't be spotted without a scarf—designer of course.
The "Gold Digger" rapper championed the club attire in 2007 with graphic tees and his signature shutter shades.
Kanye's obsession with high fashion began in 2006. Here, he took a more casual approach by incorporating a designer T-shirt with streetwear.
In 2004, Kanye was infatuated with stuffed teddy bears—featuring them as a mascot on his first three album covers and always sporting a Ralph Lauren Polo.
When Kanye first appeared on the scene as a rapper, he mastered the preppy boy style, seen here in 2004 with argyle sweaters and sneakers.