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From music to television, Beyoncé and Laverne Cox are living legends. So it only made sense for Beyoncé to have Cox be the face of her Fall 2017 Ivy Park line.

Laverne Cox is the new face of Beyoncé's Fall 2017 athleisure line Ivy Park, and the images are truly beautiful.

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Dubbed, "Strong beyond measure," the campaign perfectly suits Cox. As a Black transgender actress, Cox has prevailed in the face of insurmountable challenges.

"Throughout my transition, Beyoncé has been there as a style icon, an example of excellence, of beauty, of vulnerability. She's shown us and given us so much over the years," Cox said to Glamour.

Others featured in the gorgeous campaign include Ralph Souffrant, Grace Bol, and Karen McDonald. 

When the images debuted on Instagram, Cox's fans lost their minds.

"Yesssss congratulations and thank you so much for being such an inspiration you give girls like me hope," a follower commented. 

"YES SIS MY GIRLS DOING BITS!!!!! THANK YOU FOR REPRESENTING TRANS PEOPLE SO ELEGANTLY AND WONDERFULLY I LOVE YOU," one fan said on Instagram. 

"YES LAVERNE IM LIVING. IM NOT EVEN HUNGRY AFTER YOU JUST SERVED ME THESE LOOKS. LOOKING LIKE A 3 COURSE MEAL!" a user said. 

This was Cox's first fashion campaign, and she was thrilled to be a part of an inclusive and affordable brand.

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photo: Ivy Park

Cox said she's a size 10 and so it can be difficult to find looks as an actress. 

"My stylist [Christina Pacelli] brings me things, and I get frustrated because I’m not a sample size. I’m like a size 10—an 8 on a good day—but I’m mostly a size 10. Being in Hollywood and borrowing things… a lot of things don’t always fit," Cox explained to Glamour. When she's not acting, Cox lives in clothes that have some stretch, which made Ivy Park perfect. 

Cox is all about ballin' on a budget, so she really appreciated the collection's price point, too.  

"You have to have good product too. Ivy Park is affordable. Everything’s mostly under $100 and [available in] double extra small to extra large; it's accessible, but the quality is great," Cox told Glamour.

Cox was already a fan of the brand long before being approached to star in the campaign.

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In Beyoncé's first Ivy Park video, she asked viewers, "Where's your park?" which deeply moved Cox. 

"When she said, 'Where’s your park?' I was crying; I was, like, bawling, girl," Cox said. "'Where’s the park in my head?' Where’s that place that I’m going to go to, to inspire me to push harder, to find my strength beyond measure?"

Cox hopes to inspire others through the campaign, too.

Say hello to AW17, celebrating the beauty and strength found in uniqueness @weareivypark #IVYPARK #ad

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Cox, who came from humble beginnings, is aware of how crucial it is for a campaign like this to exist. "I’m a black transgender woman from Mobile, Alabama, raised by a single mother from a working-class background, and I’m in a campaign with Beyoncé — anything is possible!" Cox said to "Glamour." 

Beyoncé and Cox making history? We're definitely here for it. 

Check out the campaign video here:

Does this mean there may be more Cox and Beyoncé campaigns in the future? We sure hope so!