It’s been a hot minute since Beyoncé’s last IVY PARK collection in collaboration with adidas, but now we can celebrate (or mourn the state of our bank balances) as she’s dropped yet another collection titled Halls of Ivy.
The superstar’s brand has been posting about the collection over on Instagram almost daily, giving us glimpses of what to expect from the new sportswear collection – and now you can get your hands on it.
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Whether you’re a fan of Bey and adidas or are just in the market for some new activewear, there’s something for everyone in the latest drop.
As always, the collection is being modelled by a selection of fierce and exciting faces – including Reese Witherspoon’s children Ava Phillippe and Deacon Phillippe, Kobe Bryant’s daughter Natalia Bryant and pro basketball players James Harden and Jalen Green.
Of course, Bey is also modelling the collection and so are her beautiful daughters Blu Ivy and Rumi.
adidas describe the collection on its website, explaining: “HALLS of IVY is the figurative space that is somewhere between where you are now, and where you aspire to be. Described by some as a club, others as a collective, HALLS of IVY is a boundless, unconfined place where everyone is welcome.
“HALLS of IVY firmly believes that the power of higher learning can also come from finding your own voice through self-expression, connecting with one another, and sharing space with like-minded people. Our design cues are based on this philosophy and present a collection of classic fashion silhouettes, infused with individual style, swagger, and the spirit of following your wildest dreams.”
Here’s everything you need to know – including where Halls of Ivy is available to buy, how much it will cost and the sizes it will be available in this time around.
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When is adidas x IVY PARK’s Halls of Ivy dropping?
There’s not much more time to wait before the collection is available. You can now buy Halls of Ivy as it dropped today, Thursday December 9th.
How much is Halls of Ivy?
The collection ranges between $45 to $600 for clothing, while the footwear comes in at between $140 to $200.
For kidswear, you’re looking at $30 to $189 for clothing, while the Ultra Boost trainers are $90.
Where can you buy Halls of Ivy?
As always, Halls of Ivy is available on adidas.com.
The collections will be rolled out in stores tomorrow, but only a select number of outlets worldwide get to carry the pieces.
Don’t worry if you miss a drop on adidas’ website because collections become available on ASOS.com tomorrow too.
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There’s a whole lotta fierce pieces to feast your eyes on, with 89 pieces of clothing, 11 accessories and four footwear styles across womenswear, childrenswear and a selection of unisex styles.
This time around, the colour scheme is lime and olive greens, monochrome and navy blue. Houndstooth print covers many pieces, including sports bras, leggings, blazers, trousers and outerwear.
Look out for a sequin duster coat, faux leather skirt and the patchwork puffer.
What sizes is Halls of Ivy available in?
The collection is available from sizes XXXS to 3XL for the unisex styles, and 1X to 4X for the womenswear.
The kidswear ranges from sizes 2T to XL, while activewear is available from sizes 5T to XL.
Is adidas x IVY PARK sustainable?
ReMake marked the collaborative collection ICY PARK as 44 out of 100.
They explain, “We are currently petitioning Adidas as part of our #PayUpFashion campaign. Please join us by signing the petition.
“While other brands scoring so close to Remake’s Seal of Approval threshhold may garner our support for making strides in their journeys towards ensuring more transparent, ethical and sustainable supply chains, we cannot afford the same leniency towards Adidas.
“Not only does Adidas continue to churn out an inconceivable amount of clothing (clothing that is, for the most part, made out of virgin crude oil-derived materials) despite the fact that we are in a climate crisis, in 2020 the brand’s CEO took home $7.237 million while none of it’s garment workers are yet to earn even a living wage.”
Read more about the brands sustainability.
Shop Halls of Ivy now
LONG SEQUIN HOUNDSTOOTH JACKET, £280 – buy now
3-STRIPES SEAM LEGGINGS, £75 – buy now
REVERSIBLE ASYMMETRICAL PUFFER JACKET 2.0 (ALL GENDER), £280 – buy now
3-STRIPES KNIT RIB JOGGERS, £90 – buy now
ALLOVER PRINT CATSUIT, £90 – buy now