Beyoncé's Second Ivy Park Collection With Adidas Is Here

Beyoncé fans were busy yesterday shopping items from the superstar’s second collection of her activewear line, Ivy Park with Adidas. Luckily, you can still snap up select still-in-stock Drip 2 pieces on the Adidas website.

Most pieces are already sold out, so act quickly! To make checking out faster, add each of your favorites to your shopping list and save the payment and delivery details with Quick Checkout. 

The Black Is King creator stars in the campaign images, rocking all of the new activewear, shoes and accessories from her line. Styles include lots of matching sets, sports bras, jackets, hoodies, leggings, bodysuits, bike shorts, belt bags, bucket hats and sneakers in bold shades of orange, green, yellow and blue. Prices range from $25 to $200. Sizes are available in 2XS to XL (standard), 1X to 4X (plus size) and 3XS to 4XL (gender neutral).

CANARI DRIP Online @ Oct 29 / In-store Oct 30

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AZURE DRIP Online @ Oct 29 / In-store Oct 30

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DE-GRASSY DRIP Online @ Oct 29 / In-store Oct 30

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Adidas began partnering with Beyoncé in 2019 for the relaunch of Ivy Park with the musician as creative partner. They released their first collection together in January 2020. The range was gifted to A-list stars such as Reese Witherspoon and Kim Kardashian West.

Shop the entire Ivy Park collection and check out ET Style’s top picks ahead. 

We are obsessed with these statement-making sneakers — Beyoncé’s version of the popular ’80s Nite Jogger. 

This knit dress with contrast Ivy Park logo panels will hug your curves.

A breathable, functional sports bra with a sexy cut-out detail. 

These bright orange stretchy, high-waist leggings are a staple. 

Track pants but make it polished. 

The Ivy Park version of Adidas’ iconic three-stripe Firebird track jacket. 

A soft, comfy pullover hoodie to wear whenever. 

A belt bag with two pouches that can be detached. 

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