Gotta look good for Wimbledon!
Except John Legend and Chrissy Teigen were looking even better than that to watch Venus and Serena Williams compete in London on Monday!
Clearly they're the couple to watch on or off the red carpet!
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The All Of Me singer donned a tailored, baby blue suit while Chrissy wowed with her mile-long legs in a striped and fringed mini dress paired with nude sandals.
Her blown out blonde locks really made the look for us though!
So fab!! And be sure to get a closer look at the chic couple (below)!
Fashion and drinks. Does it get much better?!
Venus Williams showed off her EleVen by Venus Williams S/S 2013 collection at the Grey Goose Blue Door experience during NYFW on Wednesday, and there were plenty of notable people in the crowd, eager to see her work.
Among them were Ryan Lochte,
girlfriend Miss USA Olivia Culpo, boxing champ Conor Dwyer and the jovial Andre Leon Talley.
Guests were surprised to receive specialty cocktails provided by Grey Goose, which were inspired by Venus and named MaVen.
It was much more than a fashion show; it was an event!
Ch-ch-check out more pics (below)!
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When she’s not winning medals, Venus Williams is an athleticwear maven!
The tennis star is fresh from an Olympic gold medal win in doubles with her sister, Serena, and she’s already planning to show her relaunched line, EleVen, at New York Fashion Week!
She’s not sure exactly where in NYC she’ll be showing, but
Venus & Serena Williams were a glam slam at Sir Richard Branson's Pre-Wimbledon Party on Thursday!
We nearly squealed with delight when Venus arrived at the London bash rockin' her old school braids with a twist. It really stood out against her pearly white Amanda Wakeley draped dress and nude pumps.
Serena also showed off a new curlier 'do, but it was her body-hugging Burberry frock that had everybody staring.
We're pleasantly surprised by the Williams' ensembles. They should definitely keep this stylist on speed dial…for now.
[Image via Daniel Deme/WENN.]
Never one to shy away from risqué fashion on and off the court, Venus Williams is bringing her personal style back to the masses with a relaunch of her tennis apparel line, EleVen by Venus Williams.
The newly revamped collection reflects the seven-time Grand Slam champ's personality and features designs that incorporate her love of watercolor, art and even original prints of seasonal themes, motivational words and her own personal philosophies.
Venus said of her line:
"EleVen is really about being better than a 10. It’s bringing your personal best which makes you an 11, and not accepting the standards of what is considered the best…It’s overcoming defeats and being a champion in life. If you don’t look good, you won’t play well.”
Venus is giving a sneak peek of her collection when she hits the court this week at the Sony Ericsson Open in Miami and this is just the beginning.
For the summer Williams will serve up a collection inspired by the French Open, Wimbledon and the Summer Olympics and U.S. Open-inspired designs for fall.
We can't wait to see what Venus has to offer!
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Oh hell to the no!
All eyes were on Serena Williams at the unveiling of her and Venus' Hamptons Magazine cover on Thursday night.
Rather than wearing something demure like her sister, Serena opted for a black catsuit that was far from flattering.
It also gave her a bad case of camel toe, which is never OK.
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Venus Williams successfully raised some eyebrows when she walked on to the court at the Australian Open Wednesday.
The tennis player, who never plays it safe with her outfits, was dressed in her own design that was inspired by Alice In Wonderland.
"Yeah, don't laugh. But it's kind of about a surprise, because when Alice goes down the hole, the rabbit hole, she finds all these things that are so surprising. This outfit is about having a surprise in tennis a dress, and kind of, you know, showing some skin and then just having a print. Prints don't happen that often in tennis. So it's called the Wonderland dress. It was fun."
Nothing wrong with having a little fun with fashion.
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