Reebok has announced its latest collection with the one and only, Cardi B. While the two have come together in the past for their Club C “Unexplainable” collection, this newest release will be the first time the two collaborate on apparel. Dubbed the “Summertime Fine” collection, the collaboration aims to empower women and promote staying true to who you are; also dropping in tandem with the apparel are four matching colorways of the Cardi B Club C.

The “Summertime Fine” collection utilizes inspiration from the 90s, specifically, vintage Reebok apparel and Cardi’s memories of summers on the Coney Island boardwalk with friends. Featuring bold, head-turning colors, waist-cinching details, contour cutlines, and flirtatious mesh cutouts, these apparel pieces perfectly reflect the union of Cardi’s bold and transparent personality with iconic 90s sportswear. Everything that headed for production had to receive the approval of Cardi first, ensuring thoughtfully curated fabrics and detailing. When it came to the collection’s release, Cardi focused on its accessibility first, ensuring that it launches in a size range from 2XS to 4X.

The “Summertime Fine” shoe collection launches in tandem with the apparel, featuring the matching Black and Red, and Lavender colorways. Candy-coated shoe details, chunky stacked soles, high-shine patent uppers, and see-through midsoles create Cardi’s bold and unapologetically in-your-face personality within a pair of kicks.

“I’m so proud to announce my first apparel line with Reebok,” Cardi said on the debut collection. “This collection gives every woman the product they need to feel sexy and confident; the waist-snatching tights and curve-hugging silhouettes make everybody look amazing.”

The Reebok x Cardi B Summertime Fine Collection will be available to purchase alongside matching colorways of the Cardi B Club C, available in women’s and kid sizes, on April 23rd at (10am ET).


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