Beyoncé’s Ivy Park has released a new stunning collection and they’re taking us to IVYTOPIA.
The summer range is described as a “state of mind” where a “transformative utopia awaits you” that’s inspired by the natural and supernatural.
It features inclusive and gender-neutral pieces with swimwear, performance gear, footwear, and accessories.
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The brand says: “The line explores the collective connection we share after emerging from a period of isolation.
“IVYTOPIA imagines the possibilities of this journey with one another, dreaming and exploring our infinite potential.
“Whether a beach, mountain range, or urban oasis, the setting is unlimited, as long as it makes you feel hopeful for what’s yet to come.”
The IVYTOPIA collection features 52 apparel pieces including a reversible bomber jacket, a satin robe, cargo shorts and crop tops.
Plus there’s new editions of Ivy Park swimwear in a bright yellow and metallic turquoise, with swim shorts, tops and bottoms available.
There’s also bucket hats and caps in the same colours with a metallic silver and blue to match other pieces from the collection.
The sizes range from XXXS to XXXXL and prices range between $30 and $200.
Meanwhile the footwear styles include the iconic Stan Smith, which has been reworked with a futuristic look.
Plus there’s a new iteration of the Ivy Park Savage sneaker with intricate paneling and lines and pops of color and an updated version of the Mule shoe.
The footwear offering is rounded out with the Ultra Boost in engineered knit which provides a light touch through design and feel.
Beyoncé reveals the Renaissance tracklist
Alongside the release of the latest Ivy Park collection, the icon has also revealed the tracklist for her much-anticipated album, Renaissance.
The 16-long tracklist features songs including “Thique”, “Cuff It”, “America Has a Problem” and “I’m That Girl”.
It also sees the singer work with the likes of Honey Dijon, Sabrina Claudio, Pharrell, Nile Rodgers, Drake and AG Cook.
— BEYLEGION is COZY (@BeyLegion) July 20, 2022
It’s safe to say the Beyhive were excited following the reveal, with many heading to Twitter to share memes, reactions and more.
One fan replied: “She really was this artistic just to drop the tracklist….. she coming for us bad”.
Another said: “The intro is about to be fire!”, referencing the album’s opening song, which is “I’m That Girl”.
Somebody else echoed what many fans were feeling, tweeting: “I’m SHAKING!! You hear me!!”.