While most fans are still holding onto the idea that we may or may not be getting a new Beyoncé album in the next few days, Bey announces the release of an active women’s wear line, with Ivy Park.
The line, which ranges in prices from $30-$300, will be made available on Beyoncé’s Ivy Park site, Nordstrom’s, Topshop, and Net-a-spotter in April.
“Showcasing key looks from the 200-piece collection with Topshop, Beyoncé and her squad of fitness enthusiasts work up a sweat in effortlessly cool athleisure. Think: cobalt blue logo-emblazoned sports bras and matching leggings with a “flip-to-low-rise” waistband, honeycombed reflective print jackets that make a chic nod to Queen B’s dutiful beehive, sleek and polished bodysuits with mesh trim, and cheeky over-the-thigh varsity socks. It’s the product of Beyoncé’s first joint venture with Sir Philip Green: high-octane style to match a high-intensity workout. The real standout, though, is the signature seaming system of the line’s leggings. They come in three tiers of shapes—“I” (low-rise), “V” (mid-rise), and “Y” (high-rise)—and work from the inside out; their inner contour shorts enhance and flatter a range of physiques.”