Beyoncé wows in Adidas x Ivy Park visuals ahead of collection launch

Beyoncé, the queen of surprises, treated her fans on Jan. 9 to an exclusive look at her forthcoming Adidas x Ivy Park collection.

The highly anticipated collaboration won’t be released until Jan. 18, but to further build the excitement surrounding the launch, the megastar posted a trio of Instagram posts featuring stunning looks from the gender-neutral collection — one of which features the line’s stunning promotional video.

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In the first pic, featuring a minimalistic set comprised of wooden walls and a concrete floor, Yoncé poses on a vintage bicycle while rocking a maroon and orange color-blocked one-piece from the collection with bell sleeves and a plunging neckline. The look was completed with a pair of sick high-heeled Adidas x Ivy Park-branded sock booties.

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The second look saw Bey elevate the collection’s athleisure aesthetic with a stunning blood orange sheer pleated dress, completed with the three signature Adidas stripes traveling down its dramatic bell sleeves. Tying the look together is a pair of sneakers from the collection, previously teased in December, and the singer’s customized Adidas x Ivy Park-branded box braids.

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The real moment-stealer, however, was the diverse and artistic promotional video that Beyoncé’s posted, showcasing tons of looks from the collection in action, modeled by men and women with varying skin tones, races and body types.

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This is sure to be the fits to have this coming spring and summer. The full collection drops on January 18.

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