As Ivy Park is set to drop the latest collab with Adidas, the Beyhive want to know what time Ivy Park drops online. Look no further.

Beyonce’s collection Ivy Park sees its second collaboration with Adidas being released today and tomorrow.

Titled Drip 2, the collaboration includes jumpers, shorts, bodysuits and trousers with the classic adidas stripes along the leg.

In terms of accessories, expect belt bags, beanies and bucket hats from the Ivy Park drop.

The collection also includes different colourways of the classic Adidas The Forum trainers, this time in mint.

Where can I buy the collection?

According to E! online, the collection will be stocked by Adidias, ASOS, DTLR, Finish Line, Foot Locker, GOAT, Sneakersnstuff and SSENSE.

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What time does Ivy Park drop online?

Although Ivy Park drops in-stores on October 30th, the collection drops online on October 29th and has a separate drop time for each country/time zone.

In the US, the collection should drop at 4pm EDT according to some marketing emails which have been tweeted.

In Europe however, the collection dropped at 1pm (12pm GMT).

South Africa, Australia and New Zealand fans have also been tweeting about the online Ivy Park drop already happening.

Fans’ reactions to the Ivy Park drop

The Beyhive across the globe have been tweeting both in excitement for the drop in their country and in glee for those who have already received their country’s drop.

Some fans made jokes about willingly spending all their money on the collection: “Hive leaving the Ivy Park x Adidas store with 5k in debt,” tweeted one fan.

“Ivy Park is one of the best decision Beyonce has ever made,” tweeted another.

The different release times has some fans confused: “not me being on the Adidas UK email list and thinking the Ivy Park drop was available in the US now.”

“Copped myself some Ivy Park. I’m broke but I’m happy,” tweeted one lucky fan who managed to buy some items in an online Ivy Park drop.

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