Cardi B launches first apparel collection with Reebok for summer 2021: release date and how to buy
Cardi B is teaming up with Reebok to release her first apparel collection which is perfect for summer.
It’s being released worldwide on Friday, 23 April through the Reebok website and follows up their 2020 collaboration on the Club C Cardi and Club C Double sneakers.
The new ‘Summertime Fine Collection’ features cropped hoodies, leggings, body suits and new colour options for the double sneakers, with red and black and lilac versions being released.
Each piece has been tried and tested by the rapper, with Reebok noting that nothing is hitting the shelves until it’s had Cardi’s stamp of approval.
The collection has been inspired by the 90s and in particular the summers spent with her friends on the Coney Island boardwalk.
She told fans a little more about the new collection on Twitter, saying: “I want to let y’all know these Reebok fits are designed to snatch you in. They are really tight around the stomach to try to give some shape. Also the tights are made to smooth out Cellulites. I love a nice figure so I try to make something happen no matter what size you are.”
Cardi also teased that two new colours of the Club C sneakers are coming in May, but that they’ll be the last ones before the release of a brand new design.
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The collection will range from sizes XXS to 4X to “make every body look amazing,” as Cardi herself says.
The rapper recently dealt with complaints about her and Megan Thee Stallion’s iconic Grammy Awards performance of “WAP.”
After performing the song together for the first time they were met with more than 1,000 complaints to the FCC (Federal Communications Commission).
She brushed it off by responding to a tweet – which featured a handful of the complaints – with an eye roll emoji and three laughing face emojis alongside a gif of a smirking Wendy Williams.
To shop the Summertime Fine Collection from Friday, 23 April head to the Reebok website.
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