Queen B first teased the collection with a cryptic post to her Instagram, a field of flowers with the text, "THIS IS MY PARK" across the brightly coloured image. Now, we've been treated to some proper shots of the collection, modelled on Bey herself and a host of diverse models.
The collection will feature five new Ivy Park-fied versions of classic Adidas sneaker silhouettes, including the Forum Lo and Mid, Nite Jogger, and Ultra Boost OG. As clued by the models, the new Ivy Park Drip 2 collection is gender-neutral and inclusively sized. We've got joggers, bike shorts, belt bags, beanies, and some fun riffs on tracksuits and *actual* suits.
"The way [men] have embraced the brand is an unexpected gift," Beyoncé shared in a press release. "I appreciate the beauty of gender-neutral clothing and breaking the so-called fashion rules."
It's certainly not the first time we've seen some of the world's biggest music-fashion moguls give a nod to their male fans. Earlier this year Rihanna debuted lingerie for men with a new Savage X Fenty collection.
While we wait for the new collection to drop, you can peep the rest of the green-heavy Ivy Park x Adidas Drip 2 line below.