Beyoncé’s new, much-buzzed-about Icy Park line, her third collaboration with Adidas, dropped last night, on Friday, February 19 (via USA Today). And predictably, at time of writing Saturday morning, many of the styles of the bold, sexy, activewear-inspired line have already sold out at Adidas.com. Still, several styles of the size-inclusive loungewear-inspired line, which is available in women’s and gender neutral looks, and in sizes XS to 4XL, can still be purchased on the site, with prices ranging from $45 to $600.
For instance, Beyoncé fans can still grab up jackets, leggings, sweat pants, tees, and even latex pants online, with some styles also available at select Adidas stores. However, should you be on the hunt for a latex dress, or monogram sheer panel tights, for now, you may be out of luck.
No one should be shocked that the third iteration of the singer’s Ivy Park fashion line was shopped with such wild abandon. As ET Online notes, the last two collections sold out right away.
More about the Ivy Park line everyone is shopping
Meanwhile, consider that after all, we are all at home with not much to do other than get pumped by the buzz surrounding the highly-anticipated drop of Icy Park. In a video featuring Beyoncé, we first got a taste of the vibrant colors and shapes that characterize Icy Park.
The star herself showed off several of the looks in the video — and yes, you are right that the other models look familiar, too. Among the stars modeling Icy Park looks, which according to WWD are partly inspired by skiwear, thus, the ski slopes in the promo, are none other than Hailey Bieber and Gucci Mane.
Ultimately, should you be unable to purchase outfits from the line (sob), be sure to check out the coordinating accessories and shoes. At time of writing, padded scarves and, in keeping with the times, Ivy Park face masks, were still available, as were five styles of white sneakers.
Here’s hoping Beyoncé drops a fourth line soon!
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