Here’s Cardi B x Reebok’s ‘Let Me Be…Enchanted’ Full Collection, Part 2

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Cardi B unveiled the bewitching second part of her “Let Me Be…Enchanted”  Reebok collaboration, just one month after she officially unveiled her fourth collab with the shoe and apparel brand.

Cardi’s newest collab “makes a statement” with a “range of bold colors and an attitude to match,” according to a release from Reebok, and the second installment features spellbinding pinks, blues and whites. The collection features all new kicks and limited-edition apparel in adults, kids and toddler sizes, and is available in adult sizes ranging from 2XS to 2XL and priced between $75-$300 for adult sizes and $75-$50 for kids and toddlers.

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The Bronx rapper was announced as Reebok’s newest celebrity partner in November 2018. “Cardi isn’t just a world-class entertainer. She’s a mother, a style icon, a pop culture magnet and — above all else — a fearless individual. She’s broken every mold that superstars are supposed to fit into — and she’s reached the top by following nobody’s path but her own,” the apparel company wrote in a statement at the time.

The rapper was named Footwear News’ Style Influencer of the Year in 2020. “I’ve always been into fashion. Back then, I couldn’t afford what I wanted, now I can. It’s easier and I have more connections with brands,” Cardi told FN. “I could wear the most uncomfortable shoe and I’m just going to take it and love it because it’s fashion, it’s beauty, it’s amazing, it’s different. I get bored, so that’s when me and my stylist [Kollin Carter], we get creative and come up with something new and amazing.”

To celebrate Cardi’s new iteration of her “Let Me Be…Enchanted” Reebok collaboration, we’ve compiled everything available to shop below. Her collections are known to sell out quick, so be sure to snag your favorite pieces before they’re gone.

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