Just in time for the holidays.
Beyoncé declares Christmas 2018 its personal holiday and anyone who likes can now get a piece of this "glamor" into their own four walls for a maximum of €70.
She has just released a line of merchandise specifically for the holiday season.
This was not spicy enough for Beyonce because it seems like she’s been making significant shifts within her fashion endeavors.
Last week, she cut ties with Topshop owner Philip Green, who she had been co-running her Ivy Park activewear line. The 37-year-old and her company Parkwood will take full control of the brand. And by full control we mean Holidayoncé is here, just to make your gifting way, way easier.
Forget red and green.
Beyoncé chose neon green and black as the main colors for the collection.
The site offers a selection of sweatshirts, joggers, and t-shirts, which are sold separately starting at $40. And If your pressed for ideas, there's even a few bundles that you can choose from for just $60.
The singer added items from her recent On The Run tour with husband Jay Z as well, in addition to some classic Beyhive illustrated designs.
Not sure what your Secret Santa's size is? Fear not, Beyoncé has you covered their too.
Completely serious, the 37-year-old does not take her new Christmas collection. On the contrary, she spills it with a pinch of humor and self-confident messages. For example, Beyoncé also markets wrapping paper, which she presents as an image of Nefertiti, or cups which, with every sip, immediately stroke her perfectly manicured hand into a fist.
The previous releases were inspired by her megahit album Lemonade, the latest pieces reference the iconography used in her Coachella Music Festival performance in April, which paid tribute to historically black colleges.
A set of enamel pins features illustrations of Egyptian queen Nefertiti, a black panther and black fist - serving as celebrations of Black Panther Party.
See our favorites below and head over to Beyoncé's merchandise shop to get all your orders in the mail before it's too late.
The pieces range from 40 to 125 dollars and are available through the singer’s online shop. For all your Beyhive shopping needs start right here.
Among the must-haves: bright yellow and black sweats emblazoned with the word Holidayoncé and "homecoming" wrapping paper in pink and black.
Package it with a homemade lemonade recipe for the Beyhive member in your life.
Now all we need is a Beyoncé Christmas album. Maybe next year.