Serena Williams recently nailed her return to tennis after giving birth to her daughter—her first appearance in a Grand Slam tournament in almost 16 months—by securing a win at the 2018 French Open and doing it in a chic black Nike catsuit. Considering that the emergency cesarean section she had a mere eight months ago led to a life-threatening pulmonary embolism, both her win and the power vibes she emanated in her fierce ensemble made for a seriously strong comeback. And now the fashion-forward healthy-living mogul just launched a line of mood-boosting apparel designed to help other women dress their way to confidence too.
Aptly named Serena, the all-star’s first independent clothing line—which she worked on for more than two years, according to WWD—features 13 pieces ranging in price from $15 to $215, including a sexy olive-hued slip dress ($125), a long black and metallic jacket ($215), stylish joggers ($175), and high-waisted briefs ($40).
According to the website, the line’s mission is to provide options for the ladies who do it all in order to help them feel strong, empowered, and prepared for “whatever life throws in your direction.”
“The customer is a girl or a woman who believes in herself, or wants to believe in herself; maybe she’s feeling unconfident that day,” Williams told WWD. “Our woman is someone who looks at fashion as a compass to show who they are, to show what they are.”
Although the collection does include several totally covetable athleisure items, a catsuit has yet to make an appearance. But, hey, a girl can dream, right?
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