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Kanye West Threw an On-Brand Sunday Service at Coachella

Which Yeezy Season is this?
Kanye West performing Sunday Service at Coachella. Photo: Rich Fury/Getty Images for Coachella

Kanye West performing Sunday Service at Coachella. Photo: Rich Fury/Getty Images for Coachella

Kanye West took over Easter Sunday at Coachella, performing his Sunday Service set with dozens of lavender-clad musicians, singers — including appearances from Teyana Taylor and Chance the Rapper — and dancers. The desert church attire was Yeezy-meets-Easter egg hunt: There were oversized, boxy T-shirts, cargo pants, bodysuits and sweatshirts and sweatpants made for chic, outdoorsy worship, all done in an earthy purple color palette, reminiscent of a dyed Easter egg. Which Yeezy Season is this?

Of course, the Kardashian-Jenner family showed up to support West. Highlights from the Calabasas clan include North, who wore a two-piece set, including a high-neck crop top and skirt in lilac, which matched with mom Kim, and Penelope Disick, who wore a one-shoulder body-hugging dress in the same hue. Kourtney, Khloe, Kendall and Kylie opted for matching pastel yellow- and cream-colored slip dresses in a variety of silhouettes, while Kris stayed true to her penchant for tailoring in an all-white collared shirt and knee-length skirt.

Following the spiritual show, West surprised absolutely no one by presenting a collection of clothes for his fans to shop. This merch, however, is designed specifically for praise, and it doesn't come cheap: Attendees snapped pics inside the tents revealing the range of cotton sweats and socks available for purchase with the least expensive item being socks — one pair read "Jesus Walks" — for $50.

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The rest of the eight-piece collection boasts neutral-hued items emblazoned with slogans often heard in church. The sweatshirts, which are priced from $165 to $225, bear the phrases "Holy Spirit" and "Trust God," while the sweatpants read "Sunday Service." 

Elsewhere on the dusty Indio festival grounds, Lizzo, Kacey Musgraves and Janelle Monaé took the stage in show-stopping sequins and cool cowgirl getups. Meanwhile, a number of other headliners showed their support for slime green. Click through the gallery below to see highlights of Coachella weekend two and West's Easter Sunday Service. 

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