Sports Illustrated states that Serena Williams has one of the most sustained careers in the history of athletics. Williams who is not shy in the athletic world she is just as equal to the fashion world. Not only is she not afraid to get her hands on new projects, she has proven her abilities in many other ways. Serena can do no wrong in any way as a woman of today’s times.
Williams hit the stands August 10th on the cover of The New York wearing an Elizabeth and James dress. Showing that Serena is no stranger to fashion. Being on many other covers besides the two Vogue covers just shows how good she is at what she does. With having such success at whatever she touches how could anyone not want to work with someone as talented as Williams is.
Williams has always wanted to not only be a Tennis Pro but also always wanted to be a designer, and not just any, a Wedding Dress Designer. Is this the time for Serena to make the switch over? At 33 years of age, should she start feeling the wear and tear of every day of being the ultimate athlete? She has already beat the odds of being the oldest in her field of being able to play still and still win like it was nothing. Paving the ways for all the youngster that wanting to be the next Williams of this new generations.
After 16 years of playing, the Williams sisters feel that they brought fashion back to Tennis. So even back then fashion was always on the minds of these two young women. Venus has a line called EleVen in active wear. So Serena following in her sister’s footsteps creates her path in the fashion worlds as well. As HSN and Serena take the shopping network head-on with her new line, Serena Williams Signature Line in athletic wear.
Williams always knew that the plan was to go into fashion as a designer once she retired. She has however decided to make athletic wear as she is still playing tennis and may not stop anytime soon. She explains to the New Yorker, she is fully aware that she has all eyes on her. With her Fashion Career on the path to a great start, protecting her title is also her number one priority.
Serena shuts down her haters about the way, she looks as a woman, she pulls off the chatter of haters by just showing what true grace is by doing what she does best and be just herself as is, by just putting on some clothing and stand out with class and instead of responding. Granted, Williams is hot as hot can be at the moment, and proudly showing every curve in her dress.
In The New Yorker, she becomes very blunt about the passion she has for the fashion world and certainly open to what other opportunities her future may hold. She also talks about the subject of racism of today’s times. So not only is Serena Williams the ultimate athlete, not only is she beautiful but she has brains to keep her passions alive. Williams understands her role in today’s world and she wears her crown with honor.