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Diamonds Are For Paris: Venus Williams Releases New Fashion Collection

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Venus Williams will be showcasing her EleVen line’s latest effort, the Diamond Collection, at the French Open this year. If you’ve been watching, and of course we have, she’s already wearing some of the line at the Italian Open. Diamonds are forever and most certainly for Paris. While sister Serena has long worn Nike’s styles, V has charted her own fashion course, powered by her love for fashion design. Venus’s favorite piece in the new group is the Clarity dress (see it in Karin’s picks below).

“I test everything we produce, and make sure that the fit is there” said V.  When you’re wearing something, it needs to perform and be comfortable so that your clothing doesn’t distract you from your workouts. The fit process is always an ongoing one with all the new styles we’re creating!”

EleVen Diamond Collection

EleVen Diamond Collection

Here’s a look at some of the new Diamond Collection styles; it’s not all for tennis. Venus has done a nice job reaching fitness enthusiasts of all varieties. All pieces in the line have quick-dry performance and superior breathability with wicking fabric and UV protection with SPF 50. It will be available soon at  TW/USA!

Below, check out the player/designer wearing Diamond line separates at this week’s Italian Open in Rome:

These are some of Karin’s favorites from the collection- hover over the image for the item’s name.

EleVen Diamond Collection Trapeze Tank

EleVen Diamond Collection Clarity Dress

EleVen Diamond Collection Double Back Tank White

EleVen Diamond Collection Double Back Tank

EleVen Diamond Collection Flutter Skirt



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One thought on “Diamonds Are For Paris: Venus Williams Releases New Fashion Collection”

  1. I love the diamond collection dress intended for Roland Garros. Venus definitely plays with prints and it’s really working. It is classic stylish yet it has a touch of art in it. Definitely an ace in the court!

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