Beyoncé launches new holiday merchandise

New festive collection is part of a yearly release from the pop superstar.

Pop superstar Beyoncé has launched a new festive merchandise collection.

The range – part of a yearly release from Beyoncé – includes sweatshirts and joggers featuring the word ‘HOLIDAYONCE’ across the front in neon green, plus a sweatshirt with the logo, a neon green t-shirt featuring a portrait of the singer and a black cropped t-shirt.

The pieces reference the iconography that Beyoncé used in her Coachella appearance earlier this year, according to Fashion United, where she paid tribute to historically black colleges.

The range – which is available through Beyoncé’s online shop – also includes a set of enamel pins featuring illustrations of Egyptian queen Nefertiti, a black panther and a black fist.

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