A three-day temporary store selling Kanye West merchandise begins Friday in San Francisco.
The location of "The Life of Pablo" pop-up shop will be at 45 Wentworth Place, according to the hip-hop star's website.
According to Vogue, the shops will sell clothing that includes collaborative pieces with Cali Thornhill DeWitt, a designer who revealed to the publication that he's influenced by the memorial shirts that are ubiquitous in Chicano gang culture.
The promotion coincides with pop-up shops in 20 other music and style-savvy cities across the world, including Singapore, Amsterdam, Detroit and Atlanta. Each city is expected to have its own exclusive item.
Some of the "Pablo" pieces, which were available at a three-day pop-up shop in New York City in March, have spawned a market of copycats — and maybe a few originals? — on eBay, where asking prices are moving into four figures.
A representative for West told Women's Wear Daily that he'll debut the fourth season of his own Yeezy fashion line at New York Fashion Week on September 7.
Hours of operation for Kanye's pop-up shop in San Francisco are 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and Saturday, and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.