It’s the news we’ve all been waiting for: Beyoncé’s clothing line Ivy Park is back with another drop with adidas, this time with a swimwear capsule collection dubbed Flex Park.
It’s just hours away from being available to buy, with the collection launching online today, 22 July.
While we’re desperate for a full collection, this summer we’re getting a small but mighty collection of swimwear, drip 3.5, just in time for beach season.
The brand offered a glimpse of the line on Instagram last month, with a campaign video featuring beauty entrepreneur and fashion influencer Kristen Noel Crawley, influencer Tabria Majors and actor Quincy Brown, and more recently dropped a selection of images that offer a closer look at the pieces.
Designed to celebrate the ’empowered spirit of confident self-expression and individuality — positively and boldly,’ the swimwear collection, designed for both men and women, is in a bright orange colour palette, with adidas stripes and Ivy Park’s recognisable logo.
The brand shared a snap of Bey celebrating the new collection at a Soho party on Instagram this week, as well as her husband Jay-Z wearing the Flex Park men’s shirt and short set, as well as his own bucket hat and sunglasses. Of course, he made it look incredible.
So when and where can you get your hands on it? Here’s everything you need to know.
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Flex Park Release Date
Ivy Park’s Flex Park is set to be released at 11am on July 22 for UK residents, before being available to buy in select stores on July 23.
If you’re based in the US, you’ll have to wait until 2pm on Thursday, 22 July, when you can buy the range on adidas.com.
Drip 4, which will be Ivy Park’s next full collection, is set to be released in autumn this year.
Where can I buy Flex Park?
Flex Park will be available to buy from adidas.com and in stores the following day, July 23.
Drip 3.5 is also expected to be sold on ASOS.com for both UK and US residents from 10am on Friday, 23 July.
Key pieces from the Flex Park collection include one-piece swimsuits and sporty bikinis in bold orange for women, while for men there’s a matching shirt and shirt set.
There’s also a selection of unisex accessories, including orange slides, a bucket hat, tote bag, towel and water bottle. The bucket hat was one of the last collection’s most sought-after pieces, so it’s worth investing in.
Adidas dropped a closer look at the collection this week, showcasing beach cover-ups in the same colour palette.
Flex Park Prices
Prices for swimwear will range from $45 to $75 (roughly £33 – £55), while the accessories are set to range from $40 to $120 (roughly £30 – £85).
The slides will set you back $75 (roughly £55).
Flex Park Sizes
As was the case for Icy Park, Flex Park will be available in sizes XS to 4X, making it more accessible for Bey’s fans.
While it’s great the range is size inclusive, some have criticised the lack of body inclusivity when it comes to the men in the campaign.
If you’re wondering about fit, adidas offers guidance on its website about which sizes to pick to achieve your desired look. Depending on whether you want a tight or oversized fit, it’s worth looking at.
Spaghetti Strap One Piece Swimsuit, £55 – buy now
Wrap Bikini Top, £55 – buy now
Wrap Bikini Bottom, £55 – buy now
Swim Cover-Up Long Sleeve Top, £60 – buy now
Corset Bikini Top, £55 – buy now
Bikini Bottoms, £55 – buy now
Bucket Hat, £45 – buy now
Slides, £65 – buy now