Called Drip 2, the collection offers its largest sizing range yet, from XXXS to 4X, and comprises Ivy Park’s signature athleisure wear styles: ranging from sweatshirts and sweatpants to jackets and joggers.
The first drop back in January was a coterie of 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 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, something that 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,” the star explained to ELLE in January, ahead of the brand’s re-launch. “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.
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.