When it comes to tennis-style, Serena Williams is the reigning queen. It's little wonder she was chosen to be a co-chair at the 2019 Met Gala, one of fashion's biggest events.
Her sartorial choices have made headlines around the world; who could forget when she wore sneakers under a gorgeous floral Valentino gown to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding in 2018. And when she's not busy winning a Grand Slam at the French Open just a few months after giving birth to her daughter, Olympia, Williams is spending time showing off her fashion designer skills with her clothing collection, Serena.
The tennis champion's 2019 Wimbledon looks haven't disappointed. The Nike ambassador's made a statement on the court with a one-of-kind white dress embellished with the brand's signature swoosh made of 34 Swarovski crystals.
“Nike always wants to make an incredibly strong, powerful statement for moms that are trying to get back and get fit. That was basically it for me,” she said.
It isn’t the first time Williams has made a fashion statement on the court. In August 2018, Williams competed at the US Open in a Virgil Abloh designed black tutu, a direct comment on the French Open’s ban on Williams’ famous catsuit. Earlier this year in Australian open she wore turquoise green romper by Nike with fishnet stockings and this is not the end of her fashion statements, and we can’t wait to see what is yet to come.
US Open 2018, Black tutu by Virgil Abloh & Nike
While she is continuing her winning in the Wimbledon games, we collected a few of her memorable outfits from the past few years.
2016 US Open, Nike
2016 French Open
2018 French Open, Nike catsuit
2018 US Open, Nike & Virgil Abloh
2019 Hopman Cup, Nike
2019 Australian Open, Nike turquoise green romper and fishnet stockings
2019 France Open, Nike & Virgil Abloh “Queen Collection”
2019 Wimbledon, Nike & 34 Swarovski crystal swoosh