How does she do it? The dancing. The singing. The incredible body that can wear the hell out of her branded athleisure collection that has just announced its 2016 Fall/Winter collection? Let Beyoncé tell you.
A new investigative piece by British tabloid The Sun reveals that the workers manufacturing Beyonce’s new athletic line Ivy Park work up to 60 hours a week and earn $6.17 per day.
A word of warning to anyone foolhardy enough to experiment with a line of athleisure that in theory was constructed around the idea of making you feel more like Beyoncé but in practice obviously dramatically expands the already significant difference between “you” and “feeling like Beyoncé”—the Ivy Park sizing is a…
Beyoncé is once again being targeted for not giving proper dues to someone for their contribution. A Bronx-based dancewear line that helped outfit her recent Elle cover claims they weren’t rightfully credited in the story.
Unlike her future surprise album that should be dropping any minute now, Beyoncé’s athleisure line Ivy Park is a tangible thing available for purchase on April 14. Ahead of its release, there’s a lookbook with all the casual and impractical activewear we’re all dying to never wear at the gym.
The official Twitter account of Lululemon, the activewear line known for its semi-transparent yoga pants and a problematic founder with a name straight out of a comic book, suggested Thursday morning that Beyoncé Knowles’s new athleticwear line, Ivy Park, is nothing but an imitation of their precious, overpriced wares.