Beats Solo 3 Wireless Gets New Vibrant “Club Collection” Colors In Partnership With NAYVA

If you wanted to pick up a pair of Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones but none of the existing colors quite did it for you, you’re in luck. Apple has announced a whole new line of super-bold colorways, and they’re pretty amazing. The new Club Collection is announced alongside a new partnership with fashion and beauty show NAYVA.

Apple announced the new headphones via a press release today, with the four new color options all of the more colorful variety.

Today, Beats by Dr. Dre (Beats) introduces The Club Collection, a bold and vivid edition of its Solo3 Wireless product line. Inspired by your tribe—those who celebrate your voice—the collection features four new stylish colors: red, yellow, white and navy.

Apple also says that the new deal with NAYVA will allow the headphones to be used to “curate unique, streetwear-inspired looks.” Everything will then be shown off during a new YouTube episode that will air later this month.

Coinciding with the release, Beats partnered with Kyra TV’s NAYVA, a female-led fashion and beauty show hosted by four of YouTube’s next generation of content creators, to create a full-length episode centered around a styling challenge. Through expression of individual spirit and experimentation with the latest trends, each of the girls embody the energy of the new Beats collection: If it makes you happy, wear it. Throughout the episode, the girls curate unique, streetwear-inspired looks while incorporating the new colorways from The Club Collection. The episode will air on Tuesday, June 18th on Kyra TV’s YouTube channel.

The new Beats Solo 3 Wireless headphones are all available to order from Apple for $200 apiece, with in-store sales set to kick off on June 12th. Depending on where you’re located, however, you may be lucky and find some in stock already.

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