Celebrity Beyonce Knowles Beyoncé Paired an Ab-Baring Crop Top With Denim Short-Shorts and a Cowboy Hat And chaps, of course. By Tessa Petak Tessa Petak Instagram Tessa Petak is a Brooklyn-based writer who helps to cultivate InStyle's illustrious news coverage across a wide range of topics including celebrity, fashion, and entertainment. She also produces and composes celebrity profiles and features for the site and InStyle's digital issues. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on August 19, 2021 @ 09:39AM Pin Share Tweet Email Queen Bey is, well, queen of pretty much everything. But she may want to consider changing her title to rodeo goddess because on Wednesday, Ivy Park shared even more shots from the latest Ivy Park Rodeo collection. This time Beyoncé wore denim short-shorts paired with denim chaps and a white, ab-baring crop top. The look was completed with a white cowboy hat, a big-buckled belt (engraved with a "B," of course), and Adidas platform sneakers. The "Halo" singer struck a series of sexy poses in the brand's latest Instagram posts. Beyoncé Shared a Rare Glimpse of Twins Rumi and Sir in a New Ivy Park Video This newest Ivy Park collection is the gift that keeps on giving. Other looks from the collection include a bright blue, half fishnet unitard with a matching cowboy hat and fringe mask, a denim thong bodysuit and chaps, and pink cow-print coordinating sets. This campaign even gave us a rare glimpse at Bey and Jay-Z's twins Sir and Rumi, who modeled the Ivy Park Rodeo kids line. During her cover interview with Harper's Bazaar, Beyoncé shared the inspiration behind the new collection. "This collection is a mixture of my childhood growing up in Texas and a bit of American history," she explained. "I grew up going to the Houston rodeo every year. It was this amazing diverse and multicultural experience where there was something for every member of the family, including great performances, Houston-style fried Snickers, and fried turkey legs. One of my inspirations came from the overlooked history of the American Black cowboy. Many of them were originally called cowhands, who experienced great discrimination and were often forced to work with the worst, most temperamental horses. They took their talents and formed the Soul Circuit. Through time, these Black rodeos showcased incredible performers and helped us reclaim our place in western history and culture."