The collection from Ivy Park and Adidas contains casual sportswear, this time it has included even more sizes.
Ivy Park, owned by American pop star Beyoncé and named after her daughter Blue Ivy, cooperates with Adidas for the second time. The new collection is called Drip 2.
The style chosen by the designers perfectly meets modern trends. Loose, sporty everyday pieces that provide maximum comfort have become highly sought after while most shoppers stay at home due to the pandemic.
At the same time, the Drip 2 collection offers a new take on the usual things, when the sand-colored sports sweater of the traditional silhouette is shortened, and the running pants are made more voluminous. As well as highly functional pieces like cycling shorts or sports bras, the collection also includes items that have absolutely nothing to do in the gym, such as an elegant jacket in pale blue, a yellow fitted jumpsuit, mini dresses or flared trousers in a sporty style. The collection also includes six new colorways to complement existing Adidas shoe styles, including neon yellow and green versions of the lightweight Ultra Boost sneakers.
The Ivy Park and Adidas collections will be available in sizes XXXS to 4X. The first collaboration of brands, presented in January 2020, included only sizes from XS to XL, for which it was criticized. The creators of Drip 2 took into account the claims made and tried to make the collection as inclusive as possible.
Drip 2 is available for sale worldwide since October 29, and you can purchase items from it on the website and in adidas app, and it will appear in stores starting October 30. Prices range from around $30 for accessories such as socks and hats to $250 for outerwear.