Find out all the details about the fifth Beyoncé x Adidas collection, an edition with colors, prints and a sporty style for all bodies that you will love
For the fifth time in a row, Beyoncé and Adidas come together to carry out their new launch ” Halls of Ivy “, with a new inclusive fashion proposal that invites all bodies to create a sporty and chic look at the same time.
This launch closes the year with a flourish, as the collection seeks to be a bond that unites all people regardless of their race, color or gender, a campaign that promotes creativity as one of the best havens, in which celebrities participate. like Natalia Bryant, daughter of the late Kobe Bryant, Ava Phillippe and Deacon Phillippe, children of Reese Witherspoon, James Harden and more.
Beyoncé x Adidas “Halls of Ivy”
Queen B and one of the most renowned sportswear brands in the industry announced this launch through social networks, news that made fans very happy.
It has bralettes, jackets, pants and tights, skirts and many more designs that feature vibrant styles and colors for adults, where the houndstooth print was the protagonist of several sports and casual designs that will become your new obsession.
One of the attractions of this line is that it is inclusive, as it is designed for all bodies, with sizes ranging from XS to 4X, and many of its garments are unisex .
For the smallest of the house
The designs are not only aimed at the grown-ups, but also the little ones will be able to find pieces with a unique, colorful and elegant style, perfect to flood their closet, such as padded jackets, coats, sweatshirts and sneakers, among others.
We cannot fail to mention that Beyoncé’s little girls participated in the collection campaign as part of the group of models, Blue Ivy (9 years old) and Rumi (4).
The collection will be available completely exclusively on December 9 in Mexico, for 24 hours, through the online page adidas.mx and its app, but on December 10 you will be able to find its models in physical stores of the brand or in Innvictus and 99 problems, among others.