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Beyoncé Released New 'Holidayoncé' Collection And It's The Best Thing We Never Had

What did we do to deserve this?

Beyoncé has unleashed a collection of holiday-themed products.

People reports that the collection includes "Holidayoncé" graphic tees, joggers and sweatshirts.

While some of the clothing items are priced in the $70- $80 price range, discounts are posted on the shop.beyonce.com website.

Festive items like ornaments and wrapping paper stamped with Beyoncé wearing a red dress are also posted to the website.

Some of the ornaments are decorated with a bee and the Roman numerals “IV” on them. Other tree ornaments have a picture of Beyoncé as a child and as an adult.






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Other items for sale include a black panther mug, blanket, homecoming crest pin set, a coffee mug with Nefertiti on it and a tote bag with the words “I’m so Nice Nice Nice…,” Complex reports. Some of these items have already been available for some time following her Homecoming performance.

And because the Beyhive deserves to sleep like royalty, the collection includes sleeping masks that say “I’m sleep.”

Other members of the Carter clan are also getting into the holiday spirit. The New York Post notes that Blue Ivy’s stylist, Manuel “MANU” A. Mendez, recently released holiday boxes.

This isn't the first time that the singer has launched a clothing line. Vice reports that she and her mother Tina Knowles created House of Deréon, which was unofficially discontinued in 2012. The line was named after Tina's mother Agnéz Deréon.

She also launched the athleisure brand, Ivy Park. The line was criticized for its quality and for not carrying a range of plus sizes.

Queen Bey has remained busy this holiday season, Blavity reports. Her team was in London this November seeking talent to appear in a rumored music video for “Brown Skin Girl.”

The video is expected to be directed by Jenn Nkiru, a London native and Howard University graduate, who helped direct The Carters' “Apes**t” video.

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