Beyonce Just Unveiled Her Entire New Clothing Line And It's Flawless

Beyonce Just Unveiled Her Entire New Clothing Line And It's Flawless

Beyonce still hasn’t dropped her highly anticipated, highly mysterious new album yet — any day now, B, we’re getting antsy over here — but thankfully she just gave us a little something to hold us over in the meantime: a preview of every single piece from her recently announced activewear line, Ivy Park.

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The body-positive collection, which will officially be available for purchase April 14 at Topshop, Nordstrom, and on Net-a-Porter, features dozens of mix-and-match pieces that cost anywhere from $25 to $235. 

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Beyonce said the clothes, which come in sizes from XXS to XL and in shades like charcoal, pastel pink, emerald, and bold, bright blue, will empower women and help them look and feel their very best.

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In an exclusive interview with ELLE Magazine in early April, the 34-year-old singer/dancer/diva/master of surprise/queen of the world said she came up with the idea for the collection when she “realized that there wasn’t really an athletic brand for women like myself or my dancers or friends. Nothing aspirational for girls like my daughter. I thought of Ivy Park as an idyllic place for women like us."

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The line is partially named after her daughter, Ivy, and partially named after the days when she, as a young child, would be woken up by her father to go running at a local park.

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“I still go back to that park,” she says in the line’s promotional video. "Before I hit the stage, I go back to that park. When it was time for me to give birth, I went back to that park. The park became a state of mind. The park became my strength. The park is what made me who I am. Where's your park?"

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Clearly, Bey is out to make fitness fierce again. Fortunately she doesn’t compromise function for style using sweat-wicking, non-pilling, “custom technical fabrics” for pieces such as tanks with built-in sports bras, open-back sweatshirts, leggings, mesh tanks, reflective jackets, and more. 

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We’re still trying to figure out how practical a leotard will be at the gym, but we’re working on it. (Anything for you, Bey.)

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