As for the collection, after the rodeo ruled Bey’s last athleisure drop, houndstooth and plaids seem to be the reason for this season. The prints—as well as those trademark Adidas tri-stripes—appear across almost the entire assortment in varying shades of olive, chartreuse and cobalt blue, paired with a more classic black-and-white colorway. Due to first drop exclusively on on December 9, Halls of Ivy will be released globally the following day. More details on the collection, per WWD:

The collection is expansive, offering 89 apparel pieces, 11 accessories and four footwear models. For the adult apparel, Halls of Ivy offers a variety of updated classic silhouettes including a patchwork puffer, a sequined duster, a bralette, knit pants, a romper, a faux leather skirt and a bodysuit. The sizing goes from XXXS to 3XL for the unisex styles and 1X to 4X for the women’s wear. Prices range from $45 to $600.

The footwear offering is led by the IVP Savage sneaker, an archival trail running shoe available in cream white, wild pine and night indigo. There’s also a new iteration of the IVP Super Sleek sneaker and boot. Prices range from $140 to $200.

There are also 34 apparel pieces for kids, including a houndstooth printed cotton twill jacket, as well as pants, a skirt, a printed ripstop down puffer and a faux fur coat. Foundational pieces include a washed French terry hoodie, sweatpants, cropped T-shirts and a bra. Sizes for kids range from 2T-XL for the fashion and foundation pieces and 5T-XL for activewear. Prices range from $30 to $189. There’s also one footwear model, the Ultra Boost, which retails for $90.