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MObama hasn’t wasted any time at the London Olympics, always looking simultaneously chic and approachable whilst displaying her love for mixing patterns and incorporating bright colors.
Wimbledon is a sporty event, but it’s also a fashion-y event where one can spot Anna Wintour in the stands and watch athletes run around in lots of expensive things. So naturally we must discuss five-time title winner Serena Williams‘ championship dress.
Looks like even Anna Wintour isn’t immune to Olympics fever! The first image of Vogue’s June 2012 issue has just leaked, and the cover stars are none other than Team USA stars Hope Solo, Ryan Lochte, and Serena Williams.
Last year, we declared the red carpet at the ESPY Awards a straight up disaster zone. This year, Justin Bieber wore a sparkly sweater. That should put things into perspective.
The Met Gala exists for pretty much one reason and one reason only: capital-F Fashion. (And don’t let the name Costume Institute confuse you — costume is just an academic term for clothing.) While some of last night’s looks made our jaws drop in a really good way, others were hideous, boring, and/or inappropriate.
Though it’s been (not-so-)scientifically proven that fashion is better than sports, there are quite a few sports figures who know how to turn it out. From dashing suits to more outrageous duds, take a peek at what sports’ most stylish guys and gals are wearing in our comprehensive slideshow of the industry’s best dressed.
It looks like Serena Williams has done Katy Perry’s lips one better… and bedazzled her leg cast with Swarovski crystals. After undergoing surgery, the fashion-conscious tennis star wanted to add some personality to her black cast.
Small butts are officially out. At least that’s what New York’s Daily News wants us to believe. In an article titled “Rearing to go! Big butts are summer 2010′s hottest trend,” Gina Salamone posits that big butts are actually summer’s hottest trend — never mind the nautical stripe or slightly sheer fabrics or the cuff roll (which, friends, we will get to later today). No, no. Gotta have a big butt for S/S ’10.
Ah, Wimbledon. Fresh-cut grass. Crisp white clothing. Expensive product placement. What more could you ask for on an English summer’s day? Apparently, a lot more. Because in England, designers and fashion houses are spending millions of British Pounds Sterling — not American dollars — to dress the tournament’s female players while they tear up the sod.