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Every Piece From Beyoncé's New Activewear Brand, Ivy Park, Including Prices

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Beyoncé's secretive activewear collection, Ivy Park, launches this Thursday, April 14th, and we finally have a good look at the product (including how much it costs). The brand's promo video and Instagram account do a pretty good job setting the mood for the collection, and previewing a few looks, but today we're able to share every single legging, sports bra, bodysuit (yep!), football jersey (yep!), and so on.

There are over 100 pieces in total (B did not skimp), and they break down in to a few distinct subcategories. The "active program" houses your workout staples: leggings (including crops), sports bras, and tanks designed for performance. Within the active gear there are a few sub-categories: "seamless motocross" (seam-free tops and bottoms with mesh paneling), color block (just black and white, as "colors" however), a mesh range, a reflective section, and a "soft and seamless" group that looks ideal for dance. There is a healthy "casual" category, too, which is as it sounds: sweatshirts galore, sweatpants, oversized V-neck tees.

Check out absolutely everything, including US prices, in the gallery above (alternatively, check out our list of the top 10 pieces worth buying). Ivy Park will be stocked online and in store at Topshop, Nordstrom, Zalando, Net-a-Porter, Selfridges, JD Sports, Namshi, Zalora, The Iconic, Glue Store, Myer, and Hudson's Bay beginning April 14th.