Kanye West to launch women's clothing line at Paris Fashion Week

Rapper set to show off his Louise Goldin line next month

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Kanye West is planning to unveil a women's fashion line in France next month.

The rapper will be showing off his Louise Goldin-designed line at Paris Fashion Week on October 1. The collection is being kept under wraps according to Harpersbazaar magazine.

West, who often attends the New York Fashion Week, has been working closely with the publication's fashion editor, Christine Centenera on the spring line.

Meanwhile footage from a comedy puppet show made in conjunction with the rapper which never saw the light of day has made its way online. Made with fellow hip hopper Rhymefest, Alligator Boots was put together for Comedy Central back in 2008. Filmed at the Jim Henson Company studios in Los Angeles, the show was similar to The Muppets and every week saw a mix of puppets interacting with celebrities.

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