Kanye West will unveil his new collection, Yeezy, a military-inspired clothing line at the New York Fashion Week on Thursday, 17 September. The second instalment of his clothing line is rumoured to have lots of military camo prints, and as the world waits with bated breath for the "Yeezus" singer's collection, news reports suggest that Kanye's show is fraught with dissent.

Kanye West has reportedly banned his models from talking about him and wife, Kim Kardashian. The rapper has handed out non-disclosure forms to models who are liable to pay £6.5million, in case they are found talking about Kimye.

A source said that Kanye's latest terms and conditions have rubbed models the wrong way and several of them refused to comply. "He's not considered a great talent – everyone knows his show is just media frenzy, so some girls would rather not be associated with him," reported Mirror.

Amid all the hype about Kanye's second instalment of Yeezys, designers at the New York Fashion Week lambasted the rapper for robbing two designers of their time slot at the fashion show in the Big Apple.

According to reports, Kanye's fashion show was announced in the last minute, and was included at the cost of Anne Bowen and Naeem Khan's shows, reported TIME Magazine. Both designers, relatively unknown, have had to make do with another time slot, which they have grudgingly accepted.

A visibly upset Anne Bowen said, "It's like we are David and he is Goliath. We have put our heart and soul into our show, and should not be stepped on like this," reported fashion blog WWD.

Meanwhile, the "All Day" singer received a generous report from the Dean at Los Angeles Trade Technical College, for his community service. Kanye was asked to dedicate 250 hours at the institution after he allegedly attacked photographer Daniel Ramos and damaged his camera outside LAX airport in July 2013, according to TMZ.