Kanye West dropped his 'Yeezus' album in June and now he's going to release some designer threads in July. The rapper-producer has teamed up with French brand A.P.C. to launch a men's clothing line.

Yeezy has emblazoned his entire website with a photo of a pair of jeans with a red tag that says, "A.P.C. Kanye."

According to GQ.com, the three-piece capsule collection will consist of jeans, a T-shirt, and a hoodie in collaboration with West and A.P.C. designer and friend Jean Touitou.

In a brief summary to GQ, Touitou said he met West two years ago when he inquired about getting involved in the fashion world. Over time, the two struck up a friendship.

"At the time he was working with Jay-Z on an album, which wasn't already named, 'Watch the Throne,'" he writes. "Over the months, we kept hanging out and finally came up with the idea of doing a small capsule collection of clothes together. 'Small' meaning that this capsule collection consists of a jean, a hoodie and a T-shirt. Those are precious to me and to Kanye too, because it took time and thoughts to get there."