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Beyonce and her oldest daughter Blue Ivy Carter go unnoticed at Mood Fabrics store in New York City in matching Adidas x Ivy Park outfits.

The singer and her 8-year-old daughter were ‘twinning’ in maroon as they walked around to find inspiration for their next fashion project. 



She looked chic with her blonde hair down and sporting her own fashion line Adidas x Ivy Park in a maroon crew sweatshirt ($90), matching cargo sweatpants ($130), and harness bag.  

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Blue Ivy looked super stylish in an Adidas x Ivy Park maroon tracksuit and long cornrows wearing a pretty shade of pink on her lips — if you recall, Kim Kardashian received major backlash for allowing her 6-year-old daughter North West to wear lipstick, so it will be interesting to see how the public will react to seeing Bey’s daughter with makeup on.

Ivy Carter is not like a typical 8-year-old, though, she’s the daughter of two of the biggest stars in the world and has been exposed to more things than your average adult.  The savvy young girl has been empowered by her feminist mom at a young age and is most likely mature beyond her years.

She’s so cultured, in fact, she tried to outbid Tyler Perry at The Wearable Art Auction where she went against him toe-to-toe and went up all the way to $19,000 for art piece before Jay Z stepped in and stopped her from bidding more.



Perry told the story about his bid war with Blue Ivy for a Sidney Poitier painting on Jimmy Kimmel Live saying he kept bidding more because it was a good cause but he also wasn’t going to let “this kid take this painting from me”.

Beyonce and Jay Z recently got into hot water after footage emerged of the famous couple sitting while the national anthem was being sung at Super Bowl LIV.  The internet went into a frenzy believing they were trying to make a political statement but the rapper cleared things up a few days later.

At a discussion at Columbia University, he set the record straight: “It actually wasn’t [a political statement]. Sorry,” he said. “It really wasn’t. What happened was not premeditated at all.”

He went on to explain that he and his wife were in the middle of discussing show details (Roc Nation was in charge of the halftime show) when Demi Lovato came on to sing the national anthem.  He insisted he would not have put his daughter in the middle controversy involved when making a political statement and it had more to do with him being on the job than not standing up for the anthem.

The political statement came courtesy of the halftime show, according to the mogul, since it featured a Colombian (Shakira) and a Puerto Rican (JLo) — “We were making a louder stance with the diverse cast of female artists… I didn’t have to make a silent protest.”