The Australian Open’s Most Iconic Courtside Fashion Moments Of All Time

Not all of the most iconic moments are on the court...
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The Australian Open is one of the country’s biggest events of the year—and not just for the sport itself. From international celebrities to tennis WAGS and Australian icons in the crowds, the stands can be even more exciting than the games.

When it comes to fashion, the Open has brought something unique to the stage. From Kylie Minogues’ iconic bucket hat to Bec Hewitt’s classic early 2000s looks and of course, the many stylish tennis whites worn by celebs, it can be hard to keep your eyes on the game.

Below, we take a look back at our favourite looks from Australian Opens of years gone by.

Kylie Minogue
Kylie Minogue watches the Australian Open in an iconic bucket hat in 2003.
Bec Hewitt (then Cartwright) watches Leyton Hewitt’s Australian Open training session in 2005. (Credit: Getty)
Kim Sears fashion
Andy Murray’s wife, Kim Sears, arrives at a game in 2007. (Credit: Getty)
Jelena Djokovic
Jelena Djokovic arrives at a game in a blue dress in 2012. (Credit: Getty )
Kim Sears
Kim Sears breaks the white and blue tennis tradition with a graphic black jumper in 2015. (Credit: Getty )
Bec Hewitt fashion
Bec Hewitt wears a black and white singlet top with a Chanel necklace to a game in 2016. (Credit: Getty)
Rebecca Harding
Andy Lee and Rebecca Harding have a sweet couples moment in double denim. (Credit: Getty)
Rose Byrne
Actress Rose Byrne opts for a white dress in 2019. (Credit: Getty )
Julie Bishop
Julie Bishop arrives in stylish whites in 2019. (Credit: Getty)
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban
Nicole Kidman and Keith Urban wear white and blue to the 2019 Open. (Credit: Getty )
Anna Wintour Australian Open
Anna Wintour wears a floral print to the 2019 Open. (Credit: Getty)

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