The actress and transgender activistteased a collaboration with Beyoncé last month, and now it’s here: a photo campaign for the autumn/winter 2017 collection of Ivy Park, Queen Bey’s athleisure clothing line.
The image roundup “pushes back against the homogenized blur of social media, where cookie cutter images of young men and women dictate how we ‘should’ look in order to fit in or belong,” the release states.
We’ve got to applaud Cox for her willingness to jump in and take these photos, which she shot during a one-day trip to Los Angeles that came with little notice, according to Glamour.
“I woke up at like three or four in the morning. I stretched. I made sure I was warmed up, so I could really give everything I could give,” Cox, who loves to dance, told Glamour. “Hopefully we connect [with] people on an emotional level.”
Since the campaign aims to celebrate diversity, it should be noted that Ivy Park has received backlash in the past for its lack of plus sizes. And in a perfect world, this collection’s productshots on retail sites would feature models of more varied sizes.
But the new items do still look bey-utiful. Here are some of our favorites:
Net bodysuit, $72 at Nordstrom
Logo sweatshirt, $50 at Nordstrom
Premium jacquard knit bra, $55 at Topshop
Embossed neoprene lined slide sandal, $42 at Nordstrom
Net leggings, $65 at Nordstrom
Slay on, slayers.
- This article originally appeared on HuffPost.