Serena Williams shines at the US Open in an art skater tennis dress

Serena Williams shines at the US Open in an art skater tennis dress

Serena Williams shines at the US Open in an art skater tennis dress

The most successful tennis champion in the world and in the history of all genres, she qualified in beauty and style for the second round of the US Open, against Danka Kovinic. She wore a Nike dress that she designed herself, heralding her conversion to fashion.

If she has already announced her farewell to the tennis courts, Serena Williams has not yet given her final racket hits or her fashionable shine. As proof, on August 29, 2022, the unrivaled champion of the discipline, all genres combined, has just qualified for the second round of the US Open. Unsurprisingly, he defeated Montenegrin Danka Kovinic (80th in the world) 6-3, 6-3. Beyond the score, her dress also marked the spirits.

Serena Williams’ figure skater dress to open the US Open

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Serena Williams designed her outfit for her US Open © debut Twitter screenshot.

Serena Williams wore a Nike dress inspired by figure skatingas reported by the sports journalist Nick de Paula. He designed it in six layers in reference to his six Flushing Meadows titles. To match the sparkle of her dress, her NikeCourt Flare 2 shoes were studded with diamonds that formed the brand’s signature comma logo, as well as star motifs. He allowed himself the luxury of sparkling even in her shiny hair.

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From early pearls to today’s diamonds © Twitter screenshot.

In the stands her husband Alexis Ohanian (with whom she has been engaged since the end of 2016) and daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr. (born September 1, 2017) were in the front row to support her. The latter wore a dress that matched her mother’s and photographed her mother with a camera similar to the one used by her grandfatherrecently played in the film The Williams method.

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Like the grandfather, like the granddaughter © Twitter screenshot.

The conversion of Serena Williams’ fashion, already entirely outlined?

Indeed, let’s remember itin addition to the yellow ball, Serena Williams also has a passion for fashion, who studied from 2000 to 2003 at the Art Institute in Fort Lauderdale. He founded a first brand, Aneres (Serena upside down) in 2004, then a second Serena in 2018, and has always had unexpected outfits on the pitch. For more than three years, her Serena Williams Design Crew has worked with Nike, her official equipment supplier, to promote diversity and inclusion within the company, as well as offering limited edition collections.

So it’s a ready-made fashion conversion and already experienced (within a particularly lively sector, however) that is taking shape for those who are about to retire from tennis.

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Front page photo credit: Nike Instagram screenshot.

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