Beyoncé has launched a brief video exhibiting a glimpse of the upcoming collaboration between her athleisure model Ivy Park and sports activities retailer Adidas, which will be launched later this month. The teaser video, which was shared on the star’s Instagram web page, showcases numerous items from the gathering, together with sports activities leggings, trainers, and jackets.
A big portion of the gathering seems to come back in a maroon and orange colorway, which includes Adidas’ signature vertical stripes, whereas different gadgets are available in orange or white with maroon stripes. The brief video depicts an array of fashions, together with Ivy Park founder Beyoncé, sporting clothes from the gathering as they dance, jump within the air and stand towards a cityscape.
The teaser opens with voiceovers uttering a collection of empowering statements, together with” I discover love in everything that I do,” and “These obstacles should not be going to cease me.” Along with the brief movie, Beyoncé additionally shared two pictures on Instagram of herself modeling objects from the gathering.
In a single image, the singer wears a maroon and orange physique go well with and excessive-heeled sock boots whereas sitting on a motorcycle. Within the second picture, the multi-award-profitable artist strikes a pose in a translucent, blood-orange gown, accessorizing with a pair of white trainers.
The Ivy Park x Adidas assortment is because of change into accessible on Saturday, 18 January. A number of Beyoncé’s 137m Instagram followers expressed their pleasure over the upcoming launch, praising the cinematic visuals of the teaser. “Most wonderful advert ever. You actually outdid everybody,” one individual commented. “You’ll be able to by no means disappoint,” one other fan remarked.
Beyoncé not too long ago shared rare photographs of her twin toddlers Rumi and Sir Carter on Instagram. The singer shared the pictures as she reminisced concerning the occasions of 2019, sharing a collection of images and movies captured all through the past year, in a publish that she dubbed her “Bey-Cap.”