Everything You Need To Know About adidas x IVY PARK x Peloton

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adidas x IVY PARK

Beyonce is on a roll when it comes to her athleisure label IVY PARK.

After treating us to a Rodeo-inspired collection, a capsule of bright orange swimwear and an Icy Park collection, a new collaboration with Peloton is on the way.

READ MORE: When Does the Next Ivy Park Collection Drop?

It’s no secret that Queen Bey’s a fan of the fitness brand, so a partnership between the two seems like a match made in heaven.

Ivy Park Peloton Park campaign image

So what have the brands got in store for us?

Here’s everything you need to know, including the release date, prices, sizes, key pieces and more.

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What is the IVY PARK x Peloton collaboration?

It’s been announced that adidas x IVY PARK is teaming up with Peloton for a new collection, which will drop very soon.

There will be 29 new pieces arriving, as well as a pair of IVP Ultraboost trainers. While the previous collections have all had their own specific colour scheme, adidas x IVY PARK x Peloton will showcase pieces black, ‘Focus Olive’ and ‘Shock Slime’ shades.

The pieces feature a neon pop of colour, including on bike shorts, leggings, sports bras, tees and looser sports shorts.

Beyoncé’s clothing brand first teased #PELOTONPARK on Instagram, while its website homepage has also been changed to signify the new collection.

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Ivy Park Peloton Park campaign image
adidas x IVY PARK

When does IVY PARK x Peloton drop?

The adidas x IVY PARK x Peloton collection will drop globally on November 10th.

While no specific time has been confirmed, it usually drops at 11am GMT.

Where can I buy IVY PARK x Peloton?

All adidas x IVY PARK collections are available exclusively on adidas.co.uk/ivypark or adidas.com/ivypark if based in the US on the day of release. It will also be available on apparel.onepeloton.com and select stores worldwide.

The drops are then available from ASOS.com the following day, so you can make the most of the retailers next day delivery.

How much will IVY PARK x Peloton cost?

The adidas x IVY PARK x Peloton collection ranges from $45 to $200, with the footwear being the most expensive item.

What sizes will IVY PARK x Peloton be available in?

As with previous collections, Ivy Park are prioritising size inclusivity. The collection will be available in sizes XXS-3XL.

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Will IVY PARK x Peloton sell out?

The first adidas x IVY PARK collection sold out quickly due to Ivy Park changing hands from Topshop to adidas, which led to a long break with no new drops.

However the most recent collection Rodeo Park is still available to buy online on websites such as Vitkac and Ssense.

Of course, if there are specific pieces you have your eye on, it’s recommended that you don’t waste time in making a purchase. They’re rarely discounted, so it doesn’t necessarily pay to wait.

What is the Beyoncé x Peloton collaboration?

Beyonce first collaborated with Peloton in 2020 for a series of themed workout experiences. The partnership brought about special classes in multiple fitness categories, including running, bootcamp, indoor cycling, yoga, and meditation.

On October 19, the Grammy Award-winning singer and the interactive fitness giant released the latest instalment of the Peloton x Beyonce Artist series.

The collaboration includes 72 hours of content, which includes 17 classes over a three-day period. These classes are offered in English, German, and Spanish.

On top of that, the collaboration also seeks to provide Peloton bikes to the fitness facilities of 10 historically Black colleges and universities in the US.

They are Bennett College, Clark Atlanta University, Grambling State University, Hampton University, Howard University, Morehouse College, Morehouse School of Medicine, Spelman College, Texas Southern University and Wilberforce University.