- Beyoncé has been trending online after she posted a star-studded sneak peek of the latest Ivy Park and Adidas collaboration
- The teaser featured stars like Gucci Mane, Hailey Bieber, and Kaash Paige wearing the merchandise and showing off the new styles and colourways
- The new drop is a winter-themed clothing collection that has been aptly named #ICYPARK and fans are already buzzing with excitement about the drop
Beyoncé is trending online after dropping a teaser trailer for the latest collaboration between Adidas and Ivy Park.
Queen Bey posted a short clip of the new addition to the clothing line, which showed the merchandise being modelled by the likes of Hailey Bieber, Kaash Paige, and Gucci Mane.
The collection is winter-themed and has aptly been named #ICYPARK, which has also been trending since the trailer's release.
Fans loved everything about the teaser, from the new styles and colourways that were on display to the inclusion of celebs like Gucci Mane as well as the wintery theme that the collection seems to be centred around.
The 'Beyhive' did not waste any time and immediately took to social media to express their excitement for the drop.
Others also commented on how they were ready to spend all their money on the collection.
"IF BEYONCÉ THINKS SHE CAN JUST KEEP DOING THESE IVY PARK RELEASES ALL WILLY-NILLY AND ALSO THINKS I’M GOING TO SPEND MY HARD EARNED DOLLARS ON IT, then she’s absolutely right. #adidasxIVYPARK #ICYPARK"
"This collection is already insane. #ICYPARK"
"Beyoncé clearly thinks we are made of money. GOT IT!"
"Waking up to realise the #ICYPARK #IvyPark announcement wasn’t a dream."
"I need #ICYPARK money. IMMEDIATELY."
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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that Beyoncé took initiative and decided to lend a helping hand during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The performer will be donating over N190 million in grants to help people facing eviction in the US.
She also announced on her website that people would be allowed to apply for the grant from January 7, 2021.