Serena Williams wears a tutu for US Open game. Leave it to Serena Williams to respond to her catsuit ban in the most epic way. The 36-year-old tennis champion won her first match at the US Open on Monday, swapping out her usual catsuit for a tutu worthy of a ballerina.
The bodysuit is designed to prevent blood clots after the tennis champion suffered a post-birth health scare.
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Serena shocked fans Wednesday with a Snapchat post intimating she is pregnant. Her color choice was less surprising: a bright shade of yellow.
It’s that time of year again. Time time when we whip out the Pimm’s and start shoveling down strawberries and cream in celebration of the British tennis industry’s biggest event of the year: Wimbledon. And what does Wimbledon come with a side serving of? Numerous high-profile celebs, sitting Centre Court and looking fabulous. Above, everyone attending the sporting festivities this year.
It started last week when Nike asked players wearing their ‘Premier Slam’ dress to return the outifts for urgent alterations. While the dress, likened to a nightie by some, was technically in keeping with Wimbledon’s strict dress code, there was a suggestion its short, floaty style might not be suitable for competitive tennis. The Czech Republic’s, Lucie Safarova, donned the baby doll dress and despite it riding up a few times, breezed through her first round.
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.
Tory Burch’s brand new line, Tory Sport, is loaded with casual, classic sportswear, perfect for wearing to the gym, from the gym, at the gym, and all times in between. Just don’t call it “athleisure.” “You know, there used to be something called leisure suits… I can’t really explain it, it’s just not my favorite name!” Burch told Yahoo Style Wednesday, at the opening of the Tory Sport pop-up store in New York’s SoHo neighborhood—the very same location in which she debuted her namesake line 11 years earlier. Instead, Tory Sport’s Fall 2015 collection includes a category of clothing called ‘Coming & Going’—which joins a range performance wear for a wide variety of athletic activities, including tennis, golf, yoga, running, and water sports. There are about 150 pieces in total, ranging in price from $55 for performance tops to $550 for outerwear. Burch, who’s been interested in doing sportswear for eight years—and actually began working on Tory Sport three years ago—saw a gap in the market for classic and elegant, yet still functional, clothing. “For me, I wasn’t finding the kind of [sportswear] I loved from high school and college.
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.