Beyhive, it’s time to rejoice! Just a few months after the singer released Ivy Park x adidas’ third collection Icy Park, the label is set to drop Flex Park – a capsule collection of swimwear, just in time for holiday season.
The pop superstar is set to make her mark in the swimwear category with the launch of her range of neon orange swimsuits and accessories that are said to be inspired by and to celebrate the act of flexing and being confident in your own skin – a message we can get on board with.
I’m sure you’re excited to know when the range will drop. I come bearing good news (depending on how patient you are). Ivy Park’s Flex Park will be available exclusively online on adidas.co.uk from 11am on Thursday, 22 July, before being launched in-store and through select retailers worldwide from 23 July. 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. Make sure you bookmark adidas.com to get first dibs on the collection.
Where to buy Flex Park
If you’re more of an IRL shopper, you can get the collection in-store at adidas outlets and select retailers globally starting 23 July. Adidas, however, has not shared yet which cities it’ll be available in.
Drip 3.5 is also expected to be sold on ASOS.com for both UK and US residents from 10am on Friday, 23 July.
The teaser for the collection, which was released on the brand’s Instagram page (sans Beyonce, but with entrepreneur Kristen Noel Crawley, actor Quincy Brown, and body-positive influencer Tabria Majors), features a glimpse of one pieces, bikinis and matching shirts and shorts sets for men.
As well as these must-have pieces, there will also be beach cover-ups, unisex hats, towels, a water bottle, a tote bag, and the first adidas x Ivy Park unisex slides.
You’ll also be pleased to know that the fabrics used in the collection include polyester swim material containing a minimum of 85% recycled content. Plus, the range for women is size inclusive as it comes in XS to 4X sizes.
adidas offers advice on sizing on its website, depending on whether you’re looking for a slim or regular fit. Read more here.
The clothes’ prices range from $45 to $75, while the accessories range from $40 to $120.
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