Beyonce Shows Off Killer Figure in Latex Bodysuits and Thongs!

Published February 22nd, 2021 - 09:10 GMT
Beyoncé founded Ivy Park clothing line in 2016
Beyoncé founded Ivy Park clothing line in 2016
Her Icy Park drop hit select stores on Saturday but Beyonce is continuing to heat up Instagram with more snaps from the line. 

She continued to tease her followers with some additional looks from the winter-themed Ivy Park capsule for Adidas on Sunday, flashing a look at her killer backside in the process.  

Posting a lineup of latex bodysuits and some brown monochromatic garments, Queen B held court while striking some poses. 

The images posted almost garnered the feel of a lineup of looks being prepped backstage at a runway show. 

Each outfit was perfectly accessorized with some featuring puffy oversized scarfs and thigh high brown boots. 

The collection is versatile in nature and also boasts size inclusivity, with outfits that can be worn for a workout or out on the town. 


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One piece from the collection is a floor length blue furry coat with the Adidas logo on the back and another is a fuschia athleisure look with the name of the brand printed all over. 

In an effort to spice up her marketing push, some of her promo ads feature Hailey Bieber, Gucci Mane, Laverne Cox, and even her daughter Blue Ivy - who she shares with Jay-Z. 


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Upon the release of the images featuring her daughter, Twitter was ablaze as they marveled that she was stealing the show over her famous mom.  


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'Not blue eating that beyoncé girl up,' wrote one Twitter user, while another said 'there's a singer, a dancer, a model, an artist, a legend at this pic and it's blue ivy carter.' 


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Another user hilariously said that if the collection was to sell out immediately, all credit would be given to Blue and not to Beyonce.

Beyoncé founded Ivy Park clothing line in 2016, which she manages and operates through her management company, Parkwood Entertainment. 

She owns the brand outright, making her one of the only women of color to have full ownership of an athleisure brand. 

The hitmaker told Elle in a 2019 interview 'My mother instilled in me the idea that creativity starts with taking a leap of faith—telling your fears they are not allowed where you are headed.'

She also has made it a point to hire women to run the business, 'not to be token voices in the company but to lead,' she said. 

Speaking about what she aims to produce with each installment of her Ivy Park drops she told the fashion publication: 

'I think it's important to have great basics that you can wear again and again. Versatility is a big part of the IVY PARK line and what inspires me.' 

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