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Serena Williams Wears First Ever Tutu At The US Open.

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Serena Williams in the “Queen” collection designed in collaboration with Virgil Abloh. Getty Images

Serena Williams has never been afraid to wear the unexpected on the tennis court. In fact her bold ensembles, often designed in collaboration with a high fashion brand, land Serena in more style magazines than any other player.

And while she’s dealt with backlash over her fashion choices, such as the now famous black catsuit trending on twitter, other ensembles serve to remind the world why Williams is a legend and an icon.

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Serena Williams in the “Queen” collection designed in collaboration with Virgil Abloh. Getty Images

Yesterday Serena Williams had one of those iconic moments when she debuted the first ever tutu at the US Open. Serena wore a single-sleeved dress with a clever one-shoulder effect and featured the full tulle skirt in onyx. She completed the look with a pair of compressing fishnet tights and Off-White by Virgil Abloh tennis shoes.

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Serena Williams in the new “Queen” collection Williams designed in collaboration with Virgil Abloh, produced by Nike. Getty Images
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Serena Williams in the new “Queen” collection Williams designed in collaboration with Virgil Abloh, produced by Nike. Getty Images

After the French Tennis Federation banned Serena Williams’ blood clot-preventing, Wakanda-inspired catsuit at the French Open, spectators were curious to see what the new mom would wear at Tuesday’s U.S. Open, which ended in her victory—and she didn’t disappoint.

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