Serena Williams may be best known for her superstar tennis skills, but she’s also got off-court style on lock.
The 37-year-old hit the red carpet at a film screening of “The Game Changers” last night in New York wearing a look that was perfect for the weather transition from summer to fall.
Williams sported a white slip dress that went down to the ankles. She added a colorful pop to the look with her shoes: a pair of yellow croc-print pumps that boasted a pointed silhouette and a stiletto heel.
The 23-time Grand Slam champion has made waves with her on-court looks over the years. A longtime Nike athlete, Williams has consistently shown her personality with her tennis style, from leopard-print dresses to fierce catsuits to a collab with Off-White’s Virgil Abloh.
Aside from aiding in the design of her tennis outfits, Williams has a namesake direct-to-consumer label, which is showing its latest collection today at New York Fashion Week. She also has a eponymous venture capital fund, which supports female- and minority-founded businesses.
As one of the most recognizable athletes in the world, Williams has propelled her name into more than just a Nike deal and a fashion brand. She has more than a dozen paid partnerships, with sponsors including Wilson Sporting Goods, Audemars Piguet and Beats by Dre.