fashion focus: venus' drop earrings

Venus Williams wore simple drop earrings to accompany her Reebok attire for her second round match against Hana Sromova.

BROWSE: If you’re looking for ones like hers, you can get some inspiration here.

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bec hewitt watches her man


Bec Hewitt watches her hubby Lleyton play his second round match at Wimbledon. She’s wearing a shirt by John Galliano. Like it? You can purchase it here.

See pictures of Lleyton wearing a simple white shirt with green trim (by his clothing sponsor, Yonex) after the cut.

fashion focus: venus has a midas touch

Venus Williams‘ current love affair with gold, as told by these pictures of her courtside chair at Wimbledon: above is the same gold hobo bag (with bamboo handle) that she brought to the players’ party last weekend, and below is the limited-edition gold Wilson [K]Factor racquet that the gear company designed for her and her sister Serena.

This follows her accessories from the French: gold hoop earrings and a gold butterfly hairpin.

What do you think of the bag? the racquet? Tell us.

golovin's red lacoste knickers… wait, she wore a dress, too.

By now you’ve heard of Tatiana Golovin‘s red Lacoste “knickers”, a part of her uniform for this year’s Wimbledon. The hot pants, embroidered with a crocodile logo on the right leg (cute!), caused a ruckus with the media but not with the All-England Club, who — even with their strict dress code — gave the outfit a stamp of approval.

(Edit: a Wimbledon official was quoted as saying that the underwear was “cleared with the referee in advance by the player. On the basis that they are underwear, they do not have to conform to the predominantly white rule.”)

Sadly, all the coverage didn’t even mention her classy dress: a low-cut number with trim (in red) that complements the green grass. The wristband I could have lived without.

Here are the questions journalists asked her at the circle jerk press conference:


unearthed: djokovic and safin pose for adidas

In these adidas ads, Nole (left) wears clothing from the Summer YOC group, and Marat does his patented backhand kick wearing items from the Summer Competition group. All pieces can be found here.

(Marat Safin, Tennis and Art via butter)

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