Cardi B has teamed up with Reebok for a new line of 90s-inspired clothing.
The ‘WAP’ rapper’s collaboration with a sportswear company, dubbed Summertime Fine Collection, will launch next Friday (April 23) and includes sportswear and accessories for women and children.
Among the items are a cropped t-shirt, high-rise leggings, a two-in-one bodysuit, and sneakers in a monochromatic color. Also featured in the collection are Men’s Club C shoes, which are available in three colors, as well as a Slip-On III style for boys (in Crisp Purple and Vector Red).
Speaking to Rolling Stone about the venture, Cardi explained: “I’m so happy to be releasing my first collection with Reebok. I drew a lot of my inspiration from growing up in New York in the ’90s – I used those moments as inspiration to make beautiful clothes for women today.”
The rapper also highlighted the importance of making size-inclusive items, with each part of the spring/summer 2021 line being offered in 2XS-4X sizes. “This collection gives every woman the product they need to feel sexy and confident,” said Cardi.
You can watch the behind-the-scenes promo video for the new Cardi B x Reebok line above. Visit here for more information and prices.
Cardi announced her first line of Reebok sneakers last October to mark her 28th birthday (October 11).
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Last week Cardi B explained that she was planning to “go away for a very long time” to complete work on her new album, the anticipated follow-up to her 2018 debut ‘Invasion Of Privacy.’
“Last year I was like, ‘I gotta put out my album this year,’” she said. “But, then I just stopped working on my album out of nowhere because I feel like the whole COVID thing discouraged me to put out my album. Because I want to put out an album, and I want to tour.”