Beyoncé is gearing up for the release of a new Ivy Park collection that’s inspired by “the resilience of the outdoors, the spirit of the streets and the possibilities of the future.”

Called Park Trail, the line features 56 apparel styles in orange, Army green, deep purple and cream. The likes of Offset, his son KodiIce Spice and NFL star Jordan Fuller model the styles in this particular campaign, which excludes Bey this time around.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Bey also tapped some models to show off the collection in Dubai. They reportedly wore pieces from the collection at Nobu by the Beach, one of the restaurants at the Atlantis Royal, where she performed for the grand opening.

The show caused controversy due to the country’s anti-LGBTQ+ laws, but her father, Mathew Knowles, tells TMZ his daughter’s performance united a diverse crowd. He noted that she’s always been inclusive and would never intentionally cause harm to anyone.

As for comments about her excluding songs from her latest album, Renaissance, Mathew says Bey’s planning a tour that she’ll announce when she’s ready.

Park Trail will debut in Adidas stores and online on February 9.

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