Beyoncé’s second season collection for apparel brand Ivy Park officially debuted online and in stores Wednesday. The clothing line, which was co-founded by the pop singer and London-based Topshop, launched in April to positive reviews.
"I stretch my body out like the horizon." Beyonce, 35, states in the promotional video. "I teach my body every day that I can go a little further. I know my body can learn how to bend and not break. I know what it's capable of, I've seen it perform miracles. Even when my throat is hurting, my lungs feel like they are drowning. Sweat is stinging my eyes, my feet feel like they are going to explode. When I'm about to give up, I picture that one person I love more than anyone. I picture them, wherever they are in the world, and I imagine myself running towards them. I see their face: they're smiling and cheering, and they're so proud of me. They're shouting my name, and I make it to the end. I push past the pain, and I find love."
The Fall 2016 collection might prompt consumers to run out and pick out a pair of Nike Air Zooms (or even a pair of Yeezy Boost 350 V2 sneakers, if you can get their hands on them). The new Ivy Park collection features versatile athleisure pieces that are meant to take the wearer from the gym to the bar. With pieces ranging in price from $25 to $250, the new collection includes mainstay items from the first collection, like sweatshirts emblazoned with the Ivy Park logo and leggings, but now in different colorways like metallic and burgundy.
Deemed “activewear reinvigorated,” the new Ivy Park may have plenty of appeal with those familiar with Beyonce's line. A pair of slide sandals made their debut and a new elastic, long-sleeved black body suit with exposed seams add an elevated update to the standard leotard.
While the availability of the line remains in question, retailers made sure to stock up on the product. There are still pieces available without consulting eBay.
So which stores are carrying the new collection? The Ivy Park website lists over a dozen stockists around the world, but there are only a few North American retailers where consumers can find their specific pieces.
- The fashion lover’s online mecca, Net-A-Porter is offering Ivy Park pieces, although the selection might be limited.
- Topshop has been one of the biggest champions of the Ivy Park brand, and there’s plenty to go around. Hop over to the website or stop inside a brick-and-mortar location near you.
- Everyone’s favorite retailer from Seattle is also packing Ivy Park. Stop by a Nordstrom or click over to the website to buy.