Williams' badass catsuit also had practical benefits following the athlete's post-pregnancy health complications.
Never one to half-step something, the new mom will be venturing into skin-care prep, makeup removal, colognes, and perfumes.
Serena Williams on Sunday reached out on Instagram for help to ease her 3-month-old daughter’s teething discomfort ― and the tennis star’s own stress.
Serena Williams just announced her first pregnancy — and attended her second Met Gala. On Monday, the athlete attended the fundraiser for the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. While typically seen in short skirts and dresses made of spandex and cotton on the tennis courts, she switched things up in a green Atelier Versace gown.
Serena shocked fans Wednesday with a Snapchat post intimating she is pregnant. Her color choice was less surprising: a bright shade of yellow.
Serena Williams got real about strength for Sports Illustrated. Serena Williams appeared in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated with a clear message: Everybody deserves to feel comfortable in their body. It’s okay to look good and feel good and I’m strong,” Williams said.
Serena Williams took an L at the U.S. Open semis, but she won on the runway Monday at New York Fashion Week with her Signature Statement Collection for HSN.
Serena Williams opted for sandals paired with her eye-catching bright red chiffon skirt and jewel-encrusted top for the Wimbledon winners' dinner in London.
Serena Williams ruffled the feathers of a few viewers who say they were distracted by the imprint of her nipples poking through the top of her dress at Wimbledon.
Players at Wimbledon wearing Nike's “Premier Slam” dress have reportedly been asked to return it for alterations because it didn’t cover enough skin.
Not only is Serena Williams one of the best athletes, she’s also one of the most beautiful, according to People. But it appears the magazine retouched her pic.
Serena Williams has had a fantastic year. In other photos, such as Williams’ Pirelli calendar snapshot, the star’s thighs appear significantly more muscly. Williams shared the cover on her Instagram page, prompting the upset.
Serena Williams, one of the few women who pose topless in the Pirelli calendar, is April. Photo: Annie Leibovitz Even if you’re unfamiliar with the Pirelli Calendar’s origins, it’s easy to guess its history without opening a book (or, more accurately, looking it up on Wikipedia). Starting in 1964, the Italian tire company tapped top models to pose provocatively for famous photographers with the finished product — an overtly sexual flavor-of-the-month compilation — hanging in garages, repair shops, and boys’ bedrooms around the world. Last year stuck with the half-a-century-long theme: Steven Meisel shot Joan Smalls, Adriana Lima, Isabeli Fontana, Gigi Hadid (with her legs spread!) in a BDSM-themed editorial styled by Carine Roitfeld.
Serena Williams wearing a fringed skirt during her HSN fashion show. Photo: Getty I was hesitant to go to Serena Williams’s fashion show for HSN, aka the Home Shopping Network. A runway presentation… for clothes designed by a professional athlete, sold on TV? It just didn’t seem… New York Fashion Week-legit.
Photo: Norman Jean Roy Gracing the cover of New York Magazine’s annual ‘Fashion’ issue is a woman who’s made her career not on the catwalk, but on the tennis court: Tennis legend Serena Williams, winner of 21 grand slams. Wearing a sleek navy body-con dress by Elizabeth and James and a two-toned pastel mani/pedi, Williams, 33, looks confident, beautiful, and above all, strong.