This Fall, he is featured in the campaign, but come Spring 2018, his much anticipated capsule collection will launch.
Even with Outkast — if we never do another album, I’m totally fine with that.
When I was 25, I said I don’t want to be a 30-year-old rapper. Do I really want to be 50 years old up there doing that? To do those things he does, you have to have big fuckin’ balls. That’s one of my mottos: Don’t let people get too comfortable with what you’re doing.” Although his apparent “rap retirement” is currently enacted, that doesn’t mean he can’t change his mind in the future.
Over the years, he has forged a unique path as one of rap’s most enthusiastic fashion adventurers.
He is a style innovator with an affinity for Tretorn that dates back to his youth.
“As I get older, I start to see myself move more back from it — the hustle and bustle of putting out an album, the pressure of being in the studio trying to come up with something.
Now it’s more like a hobby for me, so I don’t think about it in that way.
Asa master of self-expression, André infuses his unique point of view into Tretorn’s classics, creating a bold, reimagined collection to hit in Spring 2018.
Outkast luminary André 3000 recently sat down with Complex in the middle of his photo shoot for a new campaign with Tretorn shoes.
In a recent interview with 'GQ,' the Grammy Award-winning performer talked about his perceived shortcomings as a rapper and gave props to his longtime Out Kast partner, Big Boi, as the duo's superior lyricist.