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"Mine" Dance Video (Sticky)

January 17, 2020

Guys! I recently made a dance video to Beyoncé & Drake's "Mine" to celebrate the 6th anniversary of the self-titled visual album. Hope you'll like it! Also available on YouTube.

More adidas x IVY PARK Promo Photos

January 17, 2020

Another batch of promotional photos for the adidas x IVY PARK collection has been released.

Elle USA, UK & Canada Scans

January 15, 2020

In the gallery, you'll find scans from the January issues of Elle USA, UK and Canada.

adidas x IVY PARK Look Book Photos

January 15, 2020

In the gallery, you'll find photos from the adidas x IVY PARK look book.

Adidas x Ivy Park By Beyonce's Debut Collection With Pricing

January 15, 2020

Official images of Adidas and Ivy Park by Beyonce‘s collection have finally arrived, revealing a collection of 36 apparel and accessory items and four shoe silhouettes.

Prices ranges from $25 for socks and $29 for a backless cap up to $250 for an asymmetrical jacket. Footwear ranges in price from $99 for the Sleek Super 72 silhouette up to $199 for the Ultraboost. The Sleek Super 72 is offered in women’s sizing, while the Ultraboost and Nite Joggers are offered in men’s sizing.

Clothing is sized from XS-XL. It’s entirely possible Adidas will offer the pieces shown here along with some additional pieces or colorways.

According to Adidas Originals social media, the collection will drop on and the Adidas app at 3:00 PM EST on January 17, 2019. The collection will launch at select Adidas stores and retail partners on January 18th

Items not included among images are a jumpsuit ($119), sweatshirt ($89) and bag ($99).

New adidas x IVY PARK Promo Photos

January 13, 2020

New promotional photos for adidas x IVY PARK have surfaced online.

UPDATE: Diplo posted a video of his adidas x IVY PARK package, where we can see a hand-written note from Beyonce and new pieces from the collection!

adidas x IVY PARK Look Book

January 12, 2020

Actress Laverne Cox shared a video of the adidas x IVY PARK look book featuring unseen photos of Beyonce!

adidas x IVY PARK unboxing

January 11, 2020

Beyonce shared another sneak peek at the upcoming adidas x IVY PARK collection.

Beyoncé and Jay-Z send Reese Witherspoon a case of champagne

January 11, 2020

Reese Witherspoon can raise a toast this weekend with some high-end bubbly thanks to Beyoncé, Jay-Z and a little bit of courage.

"I just got home from New York and the most beautiful flowers are here and a case of Ace of Spades champagne," Witherspoon shared on her Instagram Stories. A note with the gift read, "More water from Jay & Bey."

It started with an encounter at last Sunday's Golden Globes ceremony when Witherspoon's table ran out of water. She thought it was only natural to ask the "Drunk in Love" couple for a champagne refill — and her bold move paid off.

The couple surprised the actress with a case of Armand de Brignac "Ace of Spades" champagne. Jay-Z has owned the luxury brand since 2014.

"It's 11:30. We're drinking champagne," Witherspoon said as she popped open a gold bottle with her mom, Betty, who asked whether it was too early to drink.

"Who cares? It's from Jay-Z and Beyoncé," the actress responded.

First Look at Adidas x Ivy Park Sneakers

January 11, 2020

Here's an official look at the styles releasing for Beyoncé's first-ever Adidas x Ivy Park collection, which includes the Ultra Boost as well as two Nite Jogger styles all scheduled to release on Jan. 18 on

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August 21, 2019

Vogue Beyoncé Portrait Heading to Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery

A striking portrait of Beyoncé, shot by the rising photographer Tyler Mitchell for Vogue’s all-important September issue last year, is on its way to the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington.

Mr. Mitchell, who is the first African-American photographer and one of the youngest to shoot a cover for Vogue, announced the news online on Tuesday.

“A year ago today we broke the flood gates open,” Mr. Mitchell said on Instagram. “Since then it was important to spend the whole year running through them making sure every piece of the gate was knocked down. And now I’m glad to share this picture is being acquired into” the museum.

Concetta Duncan, a spokeswoman for the museum, confirmed the acquisition, but said the piece would not be on permanent display. It’s under discussion as to when the photograph will go on view, she said.

“We are delighted to acquire this magnificent portrait of Beyoncé,” Leslie Ureña, associate curator of photographs for the museum, said in a statement. “This particular work brought us closer to Beyoncé’s words, appearing within the magazine’s pages, and showing us more of the historic shoot.”

Ms. Duncan said that since 2013, museum leadership had made a conscious effort to ensure 50 percent of its acquisitions feature subjects or artists that make the museum’s collections more diverse. The gallery also said on Twitter that its mission is “to tell the story of America by portraying the people who shape this nation’s history, development, and culture.”

In the Vogue photograph, Beyoncé leans on a white column and looks out on the camera, wearing a shimmering Valentino dress and a gold Philip Treacy London headpiece. A 23-time Grammy Award winner, the star saw her film of her critically acclaimed Coachella performance be nominated for six Emmys.

In the September issue last year, Beyoncé addressed a wide range of topics, among them motherhood, body image, ancestry and diversity.

“Until there is a mosaic of perspectives coming from different ethnicities behind the lens, we will continue to have a narrow approach and view of what the world actually looks like,” she said. “That is why I wanted to work with this brilliant 23-year-old photographer.”

Mr. Mitchell grew up in Marietta, Ga., and graduated from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University in 2017. He then worked with the cerebral rapper Kevin Abstract and the designer Marc Jacobs.

“I depict black people and people of color in a really real and pure way,” he told The New York Times that year. “There is an honest gaze to my photos.”

His big break came in 2015: For a documentary photography program, he spent six weeks in Cuba, where he captured Havana’s skateboard culture and crumbling architecture. He published the results in “El Paquete,” a 108-page photography book.

His first solo exhibition, “I Can Make You Feel Good,” went on view at Foam in Amsterdam this spring, featuring numerous images and commissioned work.

Though this is Mr. Mitchell’s first piece in the National Portrait Gallery, it will be the second image of Beyoncé acquired by the museum.

A color photolithographic halftone promotional poster for Beyoncé’s 2003 album “Dangerously in Love,” with the words “CD In Stores June 24” along the bottom, currently hangs in the “20th Century Americans: 2000 to Present” gallery of the museum, according to the gallery’s website. Ms. Duncan, the spokeswoman, said the museum did not know if the Mitchell photograph would replace the 2003 poster. Neither representatives for Mr. Mitchell nor for Beyoncé immediately returned requests for interviews.

The poster, shot by Markus Klinko and Indrani Pal-Chaudhuri, was a gift to the museum in 2012 from the Chisholm-Larsson Gallery in Manhattan.

Robert Chisholm, a co-owner of the gallery, which specializes in original vintage posters, had not been aware of the new acquisition, but praised the singer.

“She’s certainly an iconic figure,” Mr. Chisholm said on Tuesday. “I think it’s great that they’re including this new photograph and particularly if it’s a new young African-American photographer.”

The National Portrait Gallery was established by an act of Congress in 1962 and opened to the public in 1968. The museum’s collection holds more than 23,000 pieces, including the only complete collection of presidential portraits outside of the White House, as well as portraits of athletes, artists and other prominent figures throughout history.