OPI debuts Glam Slam France! Nail polishes to match your tennis racket

Inspired by Serena Williams, OPI launches a new three-free collection in conjunction with the start of the French Open.

Serena Williams nail polishWhen Serena Williams hits the court at the French Open this May, her serves—and her nails—will be fierce.

OPI is launching Glam Slam France!, two new polish pairings inspired by Williams—the most recent player to have held all four Grand Slam singles titles simultaneously. And no stranger to an awesome manicure.

Glam Slam France! features a silver glitter called Spark de Triomphe paired with White Shatter, a crackling topcoat that leaves behind a two-texture pattern, and Rally Pretty Pink paired with Red Shatter.

The polishes are free of the three toxic chemicals found in some polishes (thank you, Campaign for Safe Cosmetics) and will be available in May.

OPI Serena Williams French Open

The new nail polishes just confirm what we know to be true about the amazing athlete’s beauty and fashion sense: “Whether I’m on or off the court, style is important,” Williams said in a press release. “In addition to watching the runways for the latest trends, I think it’s important to add my own unique elements.” —Lisa Elaine Held

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