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Kanye West’s Wife Bianca Censori Rocks PVC Coat In New Bizarre Fashion [PHOTOS]

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By Favour Adegoke on January 19, 2024 at 5:58 PM EST
Updated on January 19, 2024 at 6:06 PM EST

Kanye West and his wife Bianca Censori turned heads with their unique styles, during a recent outing. Censori donned a peculiar PVC coat, while West sported clunky white Bunny Boots and a distinctive ensemble.

Meanwhile, West kept his recently acquired titanium dentures hidden during the outing. Designed by West, the dentures are considered "fixed prosthodontics" and cost $850,000.

Prior to getting his expensive dentures, West took legal steps to trademark a phrase that was inspired by his wife. The legal filing came with a list of bizarre items the rapper intends to launch with the phrase.

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Kanye West’s Wife, Bianca Censori's Latest Fashion In PVC Coat

West and Censori were recently photographed heading to Melrose Tanning, drawing attention with their fashion choices as usual.

In pictures of the couple, Censori could be seen wearing a PVC coat with a matching headpiece, turning heads. The glossy coat, which was snuggly tied to her waist, was paired with leather trousers and eccentric sandal heels.

According to a report, the architect's husband, West, seemed captivated by her outfit and even held a photo of a woman wearing a similar headwrap.

The “All of The Lights" rapper had on a distinctive ensemble with clunky white Bunny Boots, flashy jeans, a long-sleeve blue top, and a vest. Despite their eccentric attire, the couple looked loved-up as they walked hand in hand.

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Kanye West's New Titanium Dentures Are 'More Expensive Than Diamonds'

During his latest outing with his wife, West didn't flash his recently acquired titanium dentures that are allegedly "more expensive than diamonds."

However, he showed off his new dentures in an Instagram post comparing himself to the iconic James Bond villain, Jaws, who appeared in “The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977) and "Moonraker" 1979. In a later post, he shared a screenshot displaying the search results of the character.

According to the Daily Mail, the dentures were designed by the rapper himself and fitted by Dr. Thomas Connelly in Beverly Hills and Naoki Hayashi, Master Dental Technician. The unique dental surgical model costs a jaw-dropping $850,000. Connelly mentioned that the structure resembling dentures was specifically crafted to suit the unique shape of West's teeth.

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Speaking to the publication, Connelly praised Kanye's artistic vision in creating an epic new dental look, stating: “Ye was a pleasure to work with every step of the process. His vision for designing unique art transcends the dental progression. The marriage of his vision with dental science has created an epic new look!”

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Kanye West's Teeth Weren't Replaced By The Titanium Dentures

Dental technician Hayashi shared an Instagram Story with an article suggesting West underwent a teeth replacement procedure. "Kanye West!!! New fashion!!” Hayashi captioned the post.

A source close to West emphasized the experimental nature of this dentistry: “It’s experimental dentistry, to say the least. All that said, his teeth weren’t removed.”

The insider described West’s new denture as "fixed prosthodontics," adding: “The technical term is fixed prosthodontics. They are fixed and permanent. This goes way beyond veneers or grills. It’s quite unlike anything that has been done before.”

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The Rapper Filed A Trademark To Launch Bizzare Products & Services

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Prior to getting titanium dentures, the "Love Lockdown" rapper made a bizarre move by filing paperwork to trademark a variety of things that ranged from normal to downright weird.

The listed items in his application include a “life-size inflatable dummy with water-filled base,” “floating recreational lounge chairs,” and “squeezable squeaking toys.” He also filed the trademark for other intangible things, such as “home design services,” “design of signage,” "biological cloning," and “exploration services in the fields of oil, gas, and mining.”

More strangely, the rapper reportedly applied for nine separate trademarks for the phrase “I miss you when I wake up before you.” West first used this phrase as part of his Instagram tribute to Censori on her 29th birthday on January 6.

Although the reason why West decided to trademark the phrase is unknown, the rapper is required in his application to show how he plans to utilize the trademark in connection with his bizarre goods and services.

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