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Style Adidas x Ivy Park Announce Drip 2.2 in Black Colorway

18:20  13 november  2020
18:20  13 november  2020 Source:   teenvogue.com

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Prepare your wallets because Adidas x Ivy Park is back and this time, Beyoncé’s highly coveted athleisure brand is dropping a black and gold colorway . The new collection, dubbed Drip 2 . 2 , is an extension of Bey's second collection with the brand, Drip 2 , that launched barely two weeks ago.

Beyonce is keeping the Adidas x Ivy Park DRIP 2 flowing. For, just two weeks after unleashing the Before the DRIP drops, check out some of the stunning looks – modelled by Beyonce herself This colorway works but I wonder if the GP will respond since this is being dropped so quickly after Drip 2 …

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Prepare your wallets because Adidas x Ivy Park is back – yes, again – and this time, Beyoncé’s highly coveted athleisure brand is dropping a black and gold colorway.

The new collection, dubbed Drip 2.2, is an extension of Bey's second collection with the brand, Drip 2, that launched barely two weeks ago. The new black and gold collection features similar pieces in terms of silhouettes. Drip 2 featured coral, yellow, dark green, and mint green hues via functional and stylish performance wear pieces.

The designs for Drip 2.2 are similar to the last two drops; biker shorts, shorts bras, a jumpsuit, sweats, fanny packs, and more. The only thing that's really changed is the colors. Beyoncé gave a sneak peek at the collection this week on her Instagram when she dropped a flood of photos to Instagram showing off Drip 2.2. The Beyhive went wild, mostly because no one expected another drop this soon (since the wait between the first and second drop was about ten months.)

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Beyoncé announced her second Adidas x Ivy Park collection with a vivid graphic: "This is my park ." It was a message that alluded to the inspiration 30. Ahead, get a peek at Adidas x Ivy Park Drip 2 in all its glory, which includes updates on the Ultra Boost, Nite Jogger, and Super Sleek 72 silhouettes

Pictures: adidas x IVY PARK . As with everything Bey does, the collection has diversity and inclusion at its core, which makes for a versatile mix of pieces that can adapt to anyone’s style. Plus, there’s something for every occasion, from weekday gym-ing to Saturday chilling.

Bey is definitely giving us an early holiday treat this year with this collection. Drip 2 sold out extremely fast so it’s expected that this drop will be the same because the Beyhive is consistent. So, get your wallets ready because the black and gold pieces will be dropping online on November 17, globally online on November 18, and in stores on November 19. That’s right, three whole days of drops, so if you didn’t get your hands on the first two drops, then maybe Drip 2.2 will be your lucky chance!

Check out some images from the new Adidas x Ivy Park collection below:

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