Adidas and Beyoncé team up to launch gender neutral collection

Adidas and Beyoncé team up to launch gender neutral collection
Ivy Park will return to stores after taking the collab out of Topshop.
// New Ivy Park collaboration will launch on January 18
// Beyoncé pulled Ivy Park out of Topshop following Sir Philip Green’s sexual harassment allegations

Details of Beyoncé and Adidas’ long-awaited collaboration have come to light as the pair reveal they have been working on a gender neutral collection.

Beyoncé’s Ivy Park brand will relaunch on January 18 spanning a range of shoes, clothes and accessories focused on a maroon, orange and cream palette.

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Adidas has described the collection as gender-neutral, featuring jumpsuits, cargo pants, hoodies and cycling shorts.

The superstar singer first launched her athleisure brand Ivy Park in 2016 within Topshop stores with Arcadia boss Sir Philip Green.

However, since Green’s allegations of bullying and sexual harassment came to light in 2018, Beyoncé pulled Ivy Park out of Topshop stores.

Since then, fans could only purchase Ivy Park products online.

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  1. This is bullshit.What is “gender neutral”?Im male as born.I have certain physical attributes and accoutrements that confirm me as male.My g/f has quite different attributes that define her as female.Neither of us can perform certain things,like she cannot acheive erections and i cannot ever give birth…This is how life goes on.I would declare all this bs illegal.


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