Before a star-studded crowd (U.S. Open finals opponent Caroline Wozniacki and Vogue editor Anna Wintour were just two of the superstars that attended), Serena debuted a collection filled with “easy fitting, yet bold, edgy and contemporary silhouettes.”
“I thought there were some great pieces in there,” said Caroline Wozniacki, who even wore a belted burgundy dress from the line. “I loved the leopard prints and the visors. I need to talk to her to see if I can buy a few things.”
Serena is no stranger to fashion as she makes it a point to include prints and bright colors in each of her tennis matches. I mean, she wore a leopard-print dress to take him the title. It’s also worth mentioning that this isn’t Serena’s first time at the fashion table. She started a now-defunct line, Arenes (her name spelled backwards) in 2004.
But can Serena’s fashion designs reach the levels that her tennis has?
With Anna Wintour front row there’s a good chance this collection could stick.
This collection will be released this spring and will be sold on HSN. Prices range from $29.90 to $79.90.
Check out a few pieces from the collection below.
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