Beyonce’s Ivy Park Teases Rodeo Collection: Details, Price, Size



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Hue! Beyonce‘s Ivy Park has another collection in the works and it has a major – and we mean major – western twist. Think: cowboy boots, denim leggings and cow print.

Gout, aptly called Ivy Park Rodeo, was inspired by the influence of black cowboys and cowgirls and celebrates the “tremendous impact of black men and women on American Western culture.” , the brand said in a press release.

Given the inspiration for the line, which will be released on August 19, the 39-year-old singer and adidas have created a cohesive Western-inspired collection that mixes “classic streetwear” and “sportswear” with “the experience of the black cowboy ”.

In its entirety, the collection includes 58 styles of adult clothing, 5 styles of adult footwear and 13 different accessories, most of which showcase dark denim, terrycloths and patterns inspired by animal prints.

Prices range from $ 25 for some accessories to $ 200 for IVP Ultraboost clothing and sneakers. The clothes are also available in a range of sizes, from XXXS to 4XL.

Queen B even teased a handful of pieces from the line via a very elaborate launch video, featuring horses, fiery stages, and a braided lasso. And between her denim bodysuit and matching tracksuits, it’s no surprise that fans are extremely excited about the latest collection.

“Beyonce, calm down woman, it’s too much for our hearts,” wrote one of the singer’s followers. Another intervened: “COME NOW !!! THIS IS NOT THE FIRST RODEO.

Beyoncé's Ivy Park releases rodeo collection: here's what we know


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Others were simply begging for an Ivy Park package to miraculously show up on their doorstep, as the brand’s previous four collections quickly sold out.

“I’m just going to wait for God to answer my prayers and you send me a package because baby, putting stuff online is impossible,” one fan wrote. Another added: “Bey now, if you don’t send me… I already know they sold out in a millisecond sis.”

Ivy Park Rodeo will be Beyoncé’s second drop of the summer, as she just released Flex Park last month. The neon orange collection has a totally different aesthetic, taking inspiration from muscle beach culture.

It was the brand’s first foray into swimwear, featuring high waisted bikinis, sexy one-pieces and men’s swim shorts. Each piece was also made from polyester bath materials containing at least 85% recycled content.

Jay Z even took the opportunity to model a few pieces from the line, showing off her all-orange ensemble via Ivy Park’s Instagram.

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