Still the most buzzed-about fashion rookie on the block, Kanye West debuted his latest Yeezy collection to an A-list crowd at New York City’s Madison Square Garden today. But unlike in previous seasons, front row-sitting stars like Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour, a newly-blonde Kim Kardashian, supermodel Karlie Kloss, and fellow fashion rebel Jaden Smith were treated to some bold colors from the rapper-turned-designer.

For Season Three, Kanye injected a few bright hues into his go-to neutral palette, jazzing up shades of nude, brown, and black with — gasp — red, yellow, and blue. Facing the music: Kanye, who was wearing a long-sleeved tee printed with the words 'I feel like Pablo', started the show with a song called Ultralight Bling 

But the show was still quite unlike anything anyone had ever seen before, starting with the out-of-the-ordinary invites and a larger-than-life venue, and finishing with supermodel Naomi Campbell hitting the stage.

The “Homeless” look is back again in this season

Surprise! The 45-year-old model wowed the crowds when she made unexpected - yet very well received - appearance on the catwalk The ladies: For the women, Kanye returned to his leggings and bodysuits of past seasons, but also added puffer coats and hints of colorAnd as always the family was center-stage to show support for the star of the night…see more pictures belowFan club: Kanye's in-laws already knew all the words to his songs and sang and danced alongThe family that dresses together... Caitlyn Jenner and daughter Kendall donned matching ensembles for the show, with both women opting for a distressed cream sweater dressSister squad: The Kardsahian-Jenners looked fierce in their varied Yeezy ensemblesPosers: Several of the models paused to throw their best stares at the camerasBy his side: Kim put her ample assets on display in one of her husband's designs, but covered up against the chilly New York weather with a large furry coatAuntie Kendall: The catwalk star arrived with niece North balanced on her hipMixing business with pleasure: Jay Z, whose streaming service Tidal ran the official broadcast of the show, was also in attendance and looked incredibly upbeat - despite Tidal coming under fire from viewers because of issues with the live streamFriends: Kanye had the support of dozens of celebrities, including Kylie's boyfriend Tyga, and actor Omari Hardwick (left) and rapper 50 Cent (right)Friends: Kanye had the support of dozens of celebrities, including Kylie's boyfriend Tyga (pictured), and actor Omari Hardwick and rapper 50 Cent