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Balmain x Beyoncé Available Now

July 14, 2018

The Balmain x Beyoncé capsule collection is available now on Shop Beyoncé!

Beyoncé Is Collaborating With Balmain on a Charitable Capsule Collection

July 11, 2018

Just before Coachella was rechristened Beychella, Beyoncé Knowles and Balmain creative director Olivier Rousteing had an idea. It happened in a rehearsal, while Beyoncé and her dancers were practicing in their Balmain-made looks inspired by the marching band uniforms of America’s historically black colleges and universities. “When she saw all the dancers loving the outfit—and she was loving her own outfit—she realized that what we were creating on stage for her, for all the dancers, was something really impactful,” says Rousteing. It clicked: Why not make a Beyoncé x Balmain collaboration that could make those poignant graphics available to all of Bey’s fans clamoring for a piece of history?

On Friday, July 13, Balmain will launch a three-piece Balmain x Beyoncé collection in its Paris flagship, with the items going on sale on balmain.com and beyonce.com the following day. Comprised of the yellow and pink sweatshirts Beyoncé wore on stage at Coachella, the collection also includes a black tee with the same sorority-inspired graphic.

“I worked really long with her on the Beychella moments, and the fact that we can release this collaboration that is based on our creativity, Beyoncé and I, is really a big, big step for fashion and music together,” continues the designer. “Beyoncé, she’s such a perfectionist; she’s someone that is so strong and has such a great point of view. She’s about feminism, empowering women, and the idea of bringing that collaboration where we can share the same ideas, the same vision of music, the same vision of fashion, the same vision of what is going on in the world, it’s more than just clothes. It’s a strong message, and I’m really proud to be a part of that.”

New Items from Ivy Park's Pre-Fall Collection

July 5, 2018

More items from Ivy Park's pre-fall collection just hit stores! Shop now!

On the Run II Tour Merch Available on Beyonce Shop

June 16, 2018

Some of the On the Run II Tour merchandise is now available on Beyonce Shop!


Also, OTR II X IVY PARK limited edition hoodies will be available for each city during the tour, starting with London!

Ivy Park Debuts Football, Baseball & Cycling-Inspired Activewear

June 11, 2018

Ivy Park introduces its latest offerings of activewear for spring/summer, as this latest drop places an emphasis on American football, cycling, boxing and baseball.

Utilizing the uniforms used for each sport, American football jerseys are reinterpreted with boxy tees in Airtex fabrications and shoulder paneling. Cycling-inspired jerseys incorporate oversized logos and second skin cycling shorts, while references to boxing include high-waisted shorts with rubberized logo patches, followed by linear contour panels mimicking baseball stitching.

With the range comprised of breathable sweat-wicking properties, along with open mesh fabrics, playful cutaways, ergonomic paneling and bold branding across, the collection is rounded out with oversized tees and cropped hoodies.

All rendered in a vibrant palette of “graphic black,” “ink blue,” “optic white,” “poppy red,” “tiger orange,” “sky blue” and classic grey, you can find the entire line at all Ivy Park retailers listed here.

Beyoncé Supports Figure Skating in Harlem

April 18, 2018

Beyoncé has amped up the visibility of her philanthropic work after her historic Coachella performance. On Monday, the singer revealed that she would be donating $100,000 of scholarship funds to HBCUs. The four schools included Xavier University, Wilberforce University, Bethune-Cookman University and Tuskegee University.

Bey is now using her activewear brand IVY PARK to help to empower young female figure skaters through the organization Figure Skating in Harlem. Through the collaboration, the young girls were gifted with product from the line to help encourage them to continue on in their sport.

FSHarlem was started by Sharon Cohen in 1997 as a means to give girls in the New York City community a space to participate. Figure skating can often times be exclusive to people of a certain class and demographics. Cohen believed that the discipline required to partake in figure skating would help to foster the tools needed to succeed in school and through college.

As a part of the campaign, the FSHarlem girls modeled the Spring line in a short film. Cohen says they were “in shock” when she revealed that they would be working for the pop star.

Ivy Park SS18 Campaign

March 8, 2018

Today Ivy Park celebrates International Women’s Day with their Spring/Summer 2018 campaign, highlighting the collective strength of women all over the world. Shop the new collection now!



Ivy Park Spring/Summer 2018 Collection Now Available

January 17, 2018

Ivy Park’s cult pieces have a slick utilitarian focus this season. Deconstructed details, angled cut-outs and outsized logos define everything from crop tops to leggings for a cool, military-inspired feel. Shop the collection now!

New Ivy Park Items

December 5, 2017

More items from the new Ivy Park collection are available now on Topshop!

New Ivy Park Items

November 7, 2017

New Ivy Park items are available now on Topshop!

IVY PARK's FW17 Campaign Celebrates Beauty of All Kinds

September 7, 2017

The IVY PARK 2017 fall/winter campaign introduces four new faces. Actress Laverne Cox and dancer Karen McDonald pose alongside models Grace Bol and Ralph Souffrant for a diverse representation of beauty and strength.

Each muse is styled in its classic pieces, updated for the fall season. The color palette is reworked to include a range of shades like deep teal, porcelain blue, chili red, scarlet and dusty pink. The hues are colorblocked on asymmetrical jackets, sweats and T-shirts that add a new level to activewear. Co-founder Beyoncé shared the inspiration behind the unique campaign:

“The message for this campaign is to celebrate everyone’s uniqueness. True beauty and power are born out of strength of character from the inside out. There is no one standard of beauty.”

Take a look at the lookbook and watch the short clip below. Shop the collection now on Topshop!



Ivy Park Autumn/Winter 2017

August 1, 2017

Ivy Park’s classic pieces are refined and reinvigorated this season. Deconstructed details, asymmetrical silhouettes and outsized logos decorate everything from traditional sports bras to oversized sweatshirts for a cool, contemporary feel. Shop now!

Ivy Park Pre-Fall 2017 Collection

June 2, 2017

New Ivy Park Pre-Fall collection in stores today. Shop now!

New Ivy Park SS 2017 Video

May 3, 2017

Beyonce in Ivy Park playing with shapes and silhouettes.

New Ivy Park Photos

April 19, 2017

Beyonce released more promotional photos for Ivy Park's Spring/Summer collection.






New Ivy Park Items

April 11, 2017

New Ivy Park items are available on Topshop.com!

Another Ivy Park BTS Video

March 22, 2017

Ivy Park released another behind the scenes video with Beyonce.

New Ivy Park BTS Video

March 16, 2017

Ivy Park released a new behind the scenes video featuring Beyonce.

Ivy Park SS17 - new photos

March 15, 2017

Check out new promotional photos for the spring/summer Ivy Park collection in the gallery.

Ivy Park SS17 - Behind The Scenes

March 13, 2017

Behind the scenes pictures from the Ivy Park Spring/Summer 2017 collection have been released on Beyonce's website.






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Beyonce and her mother Tina Knowles talk to CNN's Becky Anderson during London Fashion Week about the launch of their fashion label, House of Dereon, and Beyonce's pregnancy.

Beyonce: I grew up in a fabric store. Unfortunately my mother would say: "Come on let's go to the fabric store," and she would make all of these beautiful clothes for myself and the other ladies of Destiny's Child, and after so many years my fans said we want to buy these clothes somewhere, so it was a natural thing for us to do this line, and it's so great for us to be able to do it together, number one because we get to spend time together, and two because we have such respect for each others' taste.

Becky: Tina what is it like to see not just your daughter but your designs on television?

Tina Knowles: Oh it's unbelievable sometimes and I never anticipated that. I started designing things out of necessity because there were budgetary restraints. So I would buy fabrics instead of clothes and just make them.

Beyonce: Back in those days they wouldn't loan us the clothes.

Tina: And it's funny when you need the clothes they won't loan them to you, and when you don't need them everyone wants to give them to you, so that's how it started but that was very exciting to see the clothes on TV. Read more...
Beyonce and Tina Knowles unveil two separate campaigns for their House of Dereon fall and holiday 2011 collections. The Fall imagery shot in Los Angeles by celebrity and fashion photographer, Tony Duran will be the first to launch. These images, shot against a simple backdrop, feature Beyonce sporting the House of Dereon line looking ultra glam with a wild mane of curly hair and vibrant colored makeup. The campaign will break in the UK this September to coincide with the launch of the House of Dereon line available exclusively at the renowned retailer, Selfridges & Co. With the Fall collection titled City Jungle, one photo features her in a snake print hooded jumper while another in suede shorts and dolman sleeved printed chiffon blouse. The Holiday campaign, which makes its debut in October was shot by the famed fashion photographer, Terry Richardson at the trendy Standard Hotel in New York City. With the collections Global Nomadic theme, the campaign takes cues from the inspiration behind Beyonce's latest album 4 and depicts her as a modern day nomadic woman of the world. The images feature her in a sequined blazer over a draped mini skirt in one set-up, and cocktail dress in the other, all paired with head wraps and chunky ethnic jewelry and body ornamentation. The end result is simultaneously powerful, glamorous and thoroughly modern all at the same time. The images from both campaigns will appear in international publications that include InStyle UK, Rollacoaster, SuperSuper, and international editions of Vogue and Elle. Co-Creative Director Beyonce said, "Working with Tony and Terry on these two separate campaigns was such an amazing experience. Their approach is so different, yet to me the end results are so beautiful in their own unique way." Creative director and designer Tina Knowles said, "I am so excited about the upcoming campaigns for House of Dereon. These two incredibly talented photographers have captured such strong images of the collections and Beyonce. I believe each will create a positive emotional reaction from our customers in the UK. We are so excited about the launch of our House of Dereon there and are thrilled to support it with these two powerful campaigns."
Both Beyoncé and her wild stage alter ego, Sasha Fierce are committed fashion lovers. To that end, the star, along with her mother, Tina Knowles (who made many of the outré costumes for Destiny's Child, when they toured together), created their own clothing line in 2005. Now their collection, House of Deréon, will be available in London for the first time, launching in Selfridges in September. House of Deréon is named after the singer's grandmother, the late Agnéz Deréon, who was born in Louisiana in 1924. Deréon was a dressmaker who made custom-made clothing for private clients throughout the South and is described by Beyoncé and her mother as "a true Renaissance woman". Beyoncé is her mother's muse for the line - "With her sense of style that's unmatched and her chameleon-like take on fashion that's ever changing" - and she collaborates on every aspect of the collection. The look for the House of Deréon autumn/winter 2011 collection is inspired by their idea of a "city jungle" with leopard, snake and African rose prints, which blend "tribal cues with edgy silhouettes". Prices start at around £80 for a dress. Tina Knowles said: "The combination of colours, exotic prints and silhouettes make for a cohesive collection with tremendous appeal. Beyoncé and I are so proud of the line-up and we can't wait to see the consumer's response and how she makes it her own." The pair say the mission of their company is simple: "To fuse celebrity power and design artistry into a brand of global importance."
LF USA, a subsidiary of Li & Fung, has put a ring on Beyoncé’s finger. LF USA has acquired Beyond Productions LLC, the apparel and accessories company led by Beyoncé and Tina Knowles. Beyond Productions is a designer and licenser of women’s fashion apparel and accessories whose brands include House of Deréon, Deréon, Curvelicious and Miss Tina. In addition, LF USA has entered an endorsement agreement with Beyoncé for House of Deréon and Deréon. Terms of the long-term deal weren’t disclosed. One of the reigning queens of pop music, Beyoncé, 29, was the big winner at last year’s Grammy Awards, taking home six trophies, including one for Song of the Year for her hit “Single Ladies (Put a Ring on It).” Having appeared in such movies as “Cadillac Records,” “Austin Powers in Goldmember” and “Dreamgirls,” Beyoncé has been cast as the lead in the remake of “A Star Is Born,” a role made famous by Judy Garland and Barbra Streisand. Beyond Productions LLC was established in 2004 by the Knowleses, with Jason and Arthur Rabin and Cory Silverstein of Wear Me Apparel/Kids Headquarters, which is based in New York. Under the various monikers, Beyond Productions’ lines span ready-to-wear, casual sportswear, denim, outerwear, handbags, footwear and other accessories, which are distributed through department stores, mass merchants and specialty stores worldwide. In an interview Monday in New York with Beyoncé and Tina Knowles, Rick Darling, president of LF USA, and Bruce Rockowitz, president of Li & Fung (Trading) Ltd., they all spoke about their desire to expand the brands globally. “We’re at the point where we wanted to have more growth, and we needed someone who was global,” said Tina Knowles, creative director. “We’re very interested in taking the brand international, and L&F is the best at that.” She said the brand already has some distribution in Greece, Canada and China. Darling explained that LF USA, which became acquainted with Beyond Productions through its 2009 acquisition of Kids Headquarters, is in the midst of expanding its portfolio of proprietary brands, “and this is a great addition.” Read more...
Beyoncé and Tina Knowles are taking their Deréon footwear line global. Following recent expansion into Greece and South Korea, the pair announced this week they have partnered with Level One in the United Arab Emirates to distribute and market the line in the Middle East. A soft launch will kick off this holiday season in Dubai, to be followed by a broader rollout next spring to countries including Lebanon, Saudi Arabia and Egypt. Phillip David, president of Deréon parent firm Beyond Productions LLC, said Dubai-based Level One, which has worked with Skechers in the region, is an ideal partner. “They really understand the Middle Eastern market and have had with other brands,” he said. “For us, international expansion is not about volume but about picking the right partners to help us build the brand.” He added that he expects the Deréon line, which is manufactured under license by San Diego-based House of Brands Group, to appeal to the Middle East’s young, fashion-forward consumers, especially those who are fans of Beyoncé. For their part, the Knowles are enthusiastic about the opportunity to introduce Deréon to a wider audience. “Footwear has always been a category that I am particularly fond of, and I am excited to be partnering with Level One to bring our footwear collection to this new market,” Tina Knowles, creative director and designer of Beyond Productions, said in a statement. Up next for Deréon, David said, is northern Europe. The brand is eyeing a move into that market for fall ’11.
Beyonce has shot a brand new Brazilian Ad for C&A and here is the first glimpse. In the shot, we see Beyonce posing in a red-hot dress – believed to be from the line – and holding up her ponytail teasingly. The latest C&A campaign was not suppose to be available for our viewing eyes until Christmas but someone decided to leak one of the ads. Not that we’re complaining!
Turns out Beyoncé's generosity knows no bounds. Her and her mum (who also happens to be her business partner) got to chatting and realised that the temporary tattoos she wore for the Fall 2010 House of Deréon campaign caused quite a stir. The "tough edginess" of the biker-chick ad was helped along by Temptu who created the custom body art that B wore. And props to the superstar for feeling us mere mortals' pain when we spy something on an A-lister and then struggle to ever get our hands on it. Beyoncé didn't want to leave her fans out in the cold so she's teaming up with Temptu to replicate the body art transfers which will hit Sephora shelves on November 1. Aussie fans needn't despair — the tattoos will also be sold online via Deréon, who ship to Australia. You can even reserve a limited edition deluxe kit now, which as well as featuring the tattoo designs, also lets you go in the draw for the chance to win a trip to NYC and have a photoshoot with Beyoncé. Failing that, you can just snap up a standard kit (approx $17) in a coupla months. Whaddya reck? Are you interested in purchasing them?