Venus Williams isn’t just an ace on the court, she’s also a regular red carpet stunner! The tennis pro may have a mean game face, but she loves putting on a glamorous display when her racquet is put away. Venus never says no to fun styles like metallics, glitter, or a sexy plunge and that makes her one of the most fun stars to see on the red carpet.
Here, a glowing Venus Williams appears at the 2022 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Beverly Hills, California on Mar. 27. She wore her hair up high and had on tons of diamonds with the sexy white strapless gown.
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VENUS Williams suffered a wardrobe malfunction as she had a n!p slip on Sunday night. The tennis superstar showed up to Hollywood’s biggest night wearing a white, plunging Elie Saab gown. Elsewhere, Venus Williams nearly suffered a wardrobe malfunction Saturday during an exhibition match against Italian tennis player Flavia Pennetta in Milan.
According to reports, the strap on the tennis star’s dress (not the outfit shown above) snapped during the game, nearly exposing her breast. The dress was reportedly one from Williams’ self-designed sportswear line, EleVen. She was able to cover herself up and avoided having a Janet Jackson moment.
CBSSports.com reports that Williams dashed off the court to change into another outfit – her third of the day – and even brought back popcorn to share with Pennetta, who won 7-6, 7-2. This isn’t the first time Williams’ outfit has turned heads on the tennis court. Other ensembles have included an “illusion dress” with sheer panels, a form-fitting number decorated with sparkly fireworks and her infamous lacy, black and red outfit from the 2010 French Open.
Venus Williams’ outfit turned heads on the tennis court
When some people finish a long day of work, they go relax in their backyards; when Venus Williams finishes a long day of work, she designs backyards.Williams founded her own design firm V Starr in 2002 when she was merely a 23-year-old tennis champion who had finished a master’s degree in interior design and wanted to take her artistic passion to the next level (we’ll give you a moment to reflect on your accomplishments at 23 and take a deep breath).
Venus has famously decorated her sister Serena’s homes—as well as hotels across the U.S.—but during lockdown last year she turned to her own Palm Beach backyard as a creative outlet and project.
“I wanted a calm environment where I could re-energize after a busy day,” Williams says. “But in South Florida we live outside year round, so it had to be a place where I could throw a party just as easily as I could take a nap.”
It comes as little surprise that someone who lives in their tennis whites also gravitates toward the color in her own decorating. “My style is pretty modern and I tend to lean toward neutral colors,” says Williams.
“The creamy-white furniture from Serena & Lily creates a vivid contrast against the lush greenery around the pool and complements the tropical surroundings.” Williams recommends investing in outdoor furniture that can withstand the unpredictable elements and to think about the long-term value of each purchase. And when it comes to playing the long game, it’s safe to say Williams knows what she is talking about.
Just call her Miss Independent. Tennis star Venus Williams is Cosmopolitan magazine’s October covergirl — and in an accompanying interview with the magazine, she got real about relationships.
While reflecting on another year of life — the interview took place a few days shy of her 41st birthday on June 17 — Venus explained her love of freedom, and why she doesn’t feel pressure to settle down with a romantic partner or start a family.
“I have a lot of friends who don’t believe me when I say that I like my life and I don’t want to change it for any reason. I’m not desperate and they don’t believe me,” she said about being single — a status she confirmed in a comical interview at Wimbledon in late June.
“They say things like, ‘You’re going to miss your window.’ I’m like, ‘Please, relax. You might feel this way, but I don’t. I don’t want marriage.