Cardi B’s Reebok Collection Lands on ‘Abbott Elementary’ – Billboard


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Cardi B’s Reebok capsule collection is working its way into network TV.

One of the jackets from the Bronx rapper’s latest partnership with the shoe brand was spotted on an episode of ABC’s hit comedy series Abbott Elementary. The hilarious series — starring Quinta Bronson, Tyler James Williams, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Janelle James, Chris Perfetti and Lisa Ann Walter — follows a group of teachers at an underfunded, fictional public school in Philadelphia (stream episodes on Hulu).

The jacket in question was a Cardi B Woven Satin Jacket in Triathlon Red, which retails for $85 and is available in x-small, small and medium (while supplies last). The jacket also comes in black, Dusty Rose and Hunter Green the latter of which is currently out of stock.



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Made in an eye-popping Vector design, this comfortably oversized cropped, full-zip jacket features bungee-adjustable ruching sleeves with a full zipper and stand-up collar. The full look includes a pair of matching track pants ($65).

Cardi’s “Let Me Be…In My World” capsule, the second chapter in her partnership with Reebok, dropped last summer. The collection is inspired by her New York City roots and includes Reebok’s Classic Leather Women’s sneakers in a variety of colors. Cardi worked closely with Reebok’s design team to come up with every piece in the line.

“I was so happy to see the love for my first Reebok apparel collection so I’m really excited to introduce this one,” she said at the time. “This NYC-inspired collection features some of my favorite pieces to wear—from corsets to tracksuits to fly kicks, all inspired by my time and love of New York.”

In other Cardi news, the mother of two won a major victory in court on Monday (Jan. 24). A federal jury awarded the 29-year-old artist $1.25 million in a federal defamation lawsuit against YouTuber Tasha K (real name: Latasha Kebe).

Cardi, born Belcalis Almánzar, initially sued Kebe in 2019 over allegations made in a series of videos and social media posts.

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