Beyoncé has launched a clothing line called Ivy Park, and fans of the "Formation" singer are scrambling to find more information about Queen Bey's fresh line of activewear that debuted Thursday.
"Ivy Park is merging fashion-led design with technical innovation, creating a new kind of performance wear: modern essentials for both on and off the field. Strong beyond measure," the official website for Ivy Park states. According to the website, the brand will be released in stores around the world on April 14.
Although the official website did not release prices yet, Vogue has stated prices for the activewear will range from $30 to $200.
Beyoncé's clothing line will "include all things fitness, from sports bras to workout leggings, T-shirts, tracksuits, and even accessories, like headbands," according to Hollywood Life.
The clothing line will also be available at UK stores Selfridges and JD Sports, and online retailer Net-a-Porter. The brand will also be available on the online store Zalora for people living in Asia, and at Myer, The Iconic, and Glue for Australian fans.
Ivy Park isn't Beyoncé's first foray into the fashion industry: In 2011, the artist founded House of Deréon with her mother, Tina Knowles.