Beyoncé’s latest Ivy Park collection is the most inclusive yet
Beyoncé has dropped her second Ivy Park collection – and it’s a sure fire hit.
Drip 2 launches today (October 29) and is the most inclusive of the megastar’s design portfolio yet.
Ranging from XXXS to 4X, with some being gender neutral to boot, the range comprises Ivy Park’s signature athleisure wear styles, with everything from sweatshirts and sweatpants to jackets and joggers.
The first drop back in January was all about the cranberry hues, which were accented with orange piping.
Drip 2 introduces bursts of zesty yellow, honey beige, and forest green.
In a recent interview with Highsnobiety, the 39-year-old singer said: “Colour became a way to offset the sadness we’ve all been experiencing this year. While we all still feel a bit uncertain about the times, I hope this collection for men and women (makes) everyone remember better times and that it adds some joy, fun, and playfulness.”
Some pieces from Drip 2 are gender neutral, which was important to Beyonce. “I focused on designing a unisex collection because I saw so many men in Ivy Park. The way they have embraced the brand is an unexpected gift,” she explained to ELLE in January, ahead of the brand’s re-launch with Adidas.
“I appreciate the beauty of gender-neutral clothing and breaking the so-called fashion rules.”
The collection expands Ivy Park’s footwear offering with six new styles, including a take on Adidas’ best-selling Ultra Boost trainers.
Bey’s sophomore collection, which is in collaboration with Adidas, follows the January relaunch of the brand after the mum-of-three full ownership in 2018.
The Grammy-winner is now the only African American woman to have 100 percent ownership of an athleisure brand.
Prices start from £25. Drip 2 launches today online and in select adidas stores tomorrow.