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Brand: IVY PARK x adidas

Model: Top Ten 2000

Release Date: January 20

Price: $200

Buy: adidas' CONFIRMED app

Editor’s Notes: In true Beyoncé fashion, the latest from the musician arrives as not the long-awaited Renaissance visuals but a new IVY PARK x adidas drop. Nonetheless, Bey fans still eat.

For their first 2023 release, IVY PARK and adidas get their head in the game, joining forces for a Top Ten 2000 sneaker collaboration.

Like its founder, IVY PARK isn't one to shy away from bold styles. Even it's more understated collections, like the Halls of Ivy, offered some neon hints to its silhouettes. And the same philosophy follows with the Top Ten 2000 collab.

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IVY PARK and adidas' Top Ten 2000 sneaker sees the reimagined 00s basketball shoe arrive with a mixture of neutral and bold hues. To start, cream and beige strike the revamped upper of mesh, nubuck, and suede.

Bright orange shades take over the sneaker's triangular-molded sole, drawing even more attention to the Top Ten 2000's distinctive design.

It's safe to say the duo has developed quite a love for the citrusy color, having surfaced now and then since their first-ever rollout (it was so good, Popeye's duped it).

While a few orange specks emerge on the lacing system, mint green makes for a surprising pop of color on the co-branded insoles.

Amid this vibrant makeover, IVY PARK issues its stamp of approval on the ridged tongue, courtesy of a suede logo badge.

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Unlike Bey's Renaissance album, IVY PARK x adidas' latest drop may be receiving some visuals allegedly starring Ice Spice.

In leaked photos, the viral "Munch" musician flexes the Top Ten 2000 sneakers and unreleased collaborative apparel. Is camo offerings on the way? It's possible.

We reached out to adidas for a comment regarding a wider apparel and accessories release.

Until this point, IVY PARK and adidas have been relatively quiet (too quiet, almost?) since their October drop, a metallic utopia of gleaming IVY PARK x adidas sportswear.

Even Beyoncé, the disappearing icon she is, hasn't been on the scene much, despite a pending Summer '23 tour. Indeed, she gave us arguably the best album of 2022, teased visuals, and bounced.

But I suspect we'll be graced with the queen's presence soon as we near what looks like another stylish delivery of IVY PARK and adidas gear.

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