Beyoncé and Adidas are joining forces for one last dance as they unveil their farewell Ivy Park collection, “Ivy Noir.”
This all-Black ensemble pays homage to the partnership’s long history and unique style.
A press release for the collection describes it as the culmination of both brands’ collaborative efforts, merging Adidas’ sporty functionality with Ivy Park’s signature focus on shape and trend-defying creativity.
“Ivy Noir” offers fashion-forward streetwear and athletic wear, granting fans the freedom to express themselves with flair. The collection includes bodysuits, 3-in-1 track pants, various tops, and even a leather pleated skirt.
Outerwear options comprise a reversible track jacket, a stylish latex trench coat, and a Snap-Neck Hoodie. Fitness enthusiasts can hit the gym in style with shiny biker shorts and a matching mesh bra or a 3D Knit bralette.
To complete the look, there are sleek accessories, including a crossbody bag, oversized waist bag, beanie, socks, and a duffel backpack.
This grand finale arrives after Beyoncé and the sportswear giant decided to part ways earlier this year, concluding a five-year partnership.
A source noted that in five out of the last six Ivy Park releases, roughly half of the merchandise produced remained unsold, ultimately leading to financial losses for Adidas.
“Ivy Park” initially launched with Top Shop in 2016 before Beyoncé’s first collection with Adidas in 2020, according to Forbes.
The timing of this final collection is impeccable, coinciding with the upcoming release of the Renaissance film, scheduled for theaters on December 1.
ShineMyCrown reported that Beyoncé’s Renaissance Tour shows at the SoFi Stadium in September grossed $20.1 million per night, making the ‘Alien Superstar’ crooner the new title holder for the highest-grossing single concert date in history.