The latest collection from EleVen by Venus was inspired by the Ndebele tribe of South Africa.
“[The tribe is] “known for its vibrant colors and geometric art,” wrote Venus Williams in her blog. “[My collection] originates from the beautiful dress and accessories of the South African Ndebele women, reflecting their age, social status and love of color.” (More: Look at these Ndebele patterns to see why Venus got so inspired.)
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Browse: The Ndebele print, charcoal, coral are the elements in this season’s color story. Aside from the pieces we show above, we love the signature Miami Open Dress and the color blocking in the Get Going Skort.
Miami: Three-time Miami champion Williams fell in the quarterfinals to Carla Suarez Navarro 0-6, 6-1, 7-5 after toughing out some battles (d. Stosur in the third round and upsetting Wozniacki in the fourth). CSN has made it all the way to the final, where she’ll face Serena.
BTW: More press-induced non-answers from Venus re: joining Serena at Indian Wells. It would be nice, but we’re not gonna hold our breath.
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(pics via EleVen by Venus)