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Beyoncé Reveals Details of Third Ivy Park Collection

Klaudia//January 25, 2021
Beyoncé: Ice Princess.


That’s the visual inspired by Icy Park, the singer’s latest drop in her Adidas x Ivy Park collection.

The third iteration of the collection is designed to bring the street to the slopes with an assortment of apparel, footwear and accessories that blend alpine-inspired elements with classic streetwear references.

The size-inclusive collection is intended to inspire “creativity, individuality and imagination” in its wearers, according to the partners. Think faux sheepskin and performance towel terry materials that add texture to a range of cozy pieces. The collection also introduces a new Ivy Park monogram on some of the apparel and accessories, while others sport a playful ski tag print.

Beyonce Posts Birthday Wishes for Tina

Klaudia//January 5, 2021
Beyonce took to Instagram to post birthday wishes for her mom Tina:

"Happy birthday to my beloved matriarch! You are my Queen, my heart, my strength, the bone in my spine. You are my inspiration. I hope you have everything in your life that your soul desires. Mama, I love you deep deep!"

Beyoncé Gives 'Her Girls' the Perfect Gift to Say Farewell to 2020

Klaudia//December 29, 2020
Take that, 2020! Beyoncé has the gift that says it all as the year wraps up.

The singer’s cousin, Angie Beyince, shared a snap of the perfect present she received from the superstar, on her Instagram account on Monday.

The pic shows a blingy necklace which spells out “2020” in the shape of a hand giving someone the middle finger gesture.

“@beyonce gifted all of her girls with this amazing custom 2020 necklace,” Angie wrote. “’🖕2020’ It’s a hand with middle finger and the year 2020 combined into one. When I opened it my eyes teared up because it is both Hilarious & Deeply Sentimental.”

“2020 has had ups and downs but over all its been a really weird and tuff year,” Angie continued. “Hopefully 2021 is good to the world.”

British Vogue's December 2020 Cover Story

Klaudia//November 1, 2020
Artist, businesswoman, perfectionist – the one woman powerhouse that is Beyoncé talks family, fashion and philanthropy (and bee hives) with Edward Enninful, in British Vogue’s December 2020 cover interview.


It was always going to be special. How could it not be? And yet I’m not sure I could have predicted how having Beyoncé – an icon of music, fashion and culture for more than 20 years – on British Vogue’s cover this month would finally come to pass.

As I logged on to my laptop one evening in early autumn to oversee the 12-hour shoot more than 3,000 miles away, in New York, I felt the thrill of the new. It was the culmination of months of preparation. “It takes enormous patience to rock with me,” Beyoncé Knowles-Carter wryly notes in our interview on the following pages, in a rare and rounded glimpse into her world. But let me tell you this: rocking with Beyoncé is electric.

Our creative discussions began during the early days of lockdown, and an idea quickly took shape. Social justice, a pandemic – it was clear that this was the moment for something extra. As we all know, it has been an extremely tough year for fashion, and so we wanted to create a no- holds-barred celebration. Who, after all, has the ability to elevate and excite like Queen B? And so we approached some of our favourite designers, who each made a custom piece for a 20-page extravaganza with a purpose: to uplift an industry.

Beyonce Sends Flowers To Her British Vogue Cover Photographer

Klaudia//October 31, 2020
Beyoncé sent flowers with a note to Kennedi Carter to congtarulate her on the British Vogue cover.

The singer specifically requested a woman of colour for the shoot, and together with Vogue’s editor-in-chief Edward Enninful she landed on Kennedi. Her first ever fashion shoot saw her capture Beyoncé in full “bow down” mode between a studio and her sprawling Hamptons home over two days in August. In one image, Beyoncé reclines on a leather chair in an Oscar de la Renta feathered fuchsia dress. Another aerial shot finds the powerhouse in a macramé Tom Ford gown, one patent-leather, Louboutin-clad foot resting on her coffee table.

“I was just going with the flow. I had done a lot of research into how she works, and I had underestimated how much she’s willing to submit herself to a vision and truly become someone else’s muse,” says Carter, who worked closely with Parkwood Entertainment creative director Kwasi Fordjour on the shoot, which was styled remotely by Enninful via Zoom. The resulting sense of freedom was a surprise to Carter, who says Beyoncé’s ability to “control her own narrative” has always been one of the things she admires most about her. The superstar’s sheer professionalism aside, Beyoncé was “just so, so nice,” Carter says. “Plus she’s from Texas. So she has that energy.”

Beyoncé Covers The December Issue Of British Vogue

Klaudia//October 31, 2020
British Vogue unveiled Beyoncé as its December 2020 cover star on Friday (Oct. 30) with three jaw-dropping covers.


And in typical Beyoncé fashion, her cover will be one for the books: The photographer, 21-year-old Kennedi Carter, becomes the youngest cover photographer in British Vogue's 104-year history, capturing Bey sporting her latest Ivy Park x Adidas collection as well as a Mugler elastic-nylon mesh bodysuit and an Alexander McQueen evening jacket.

In the interview, conducted by editor-in-chief Edward Enninful, the 39-year-old superstar reveals how the events of 2020 "absolutely changed" her.

"It would be difficult to experience life in a pandemic and the current social unrest and not be changed. I have learnt that my voice is clearer when I am still," she says. "I truly cherish this time with my family, and my new goal is to slow down and shed stressful things from my life. I came into the music industry at 15 years old and grew up with the world watching, and I have put out projects nonstop."

She recalled her "back to back" creative projects over the last four years, starting with her 2016 album Lemonade and ending with her 2020 Disney+ visual album Black Is King.