You've already seen the fashion highlights from Wimbledon in the White Album. Now it's time for the increasingly fun part, in which things move beyond pure white to get a bit more colorful.


Venus Williams: With silver jewelry (her lone splurge, she said) adorning her neckline and a Cardi B lyric on her lips, the five-time Wimbledon singles winner appeared downright regal.


Came through drippin' #drip #drip @iamcardib #inspiration

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Benoit Paire: In Lacoste per usual, the mercurial showman otherwise seemed to have one leg mummified. In photos, his gam looked heavily wrapped or even amputated. His voodoo ultimately unraveled against Juan Martin del Potro, but that wrap stayed tight.


Ready for tomorrow... #Wimbledon #????

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Shoe game

Roger Federer: The periwinkle Nike logo on Fed's treads led, but it's the "8" graphic that truly starred here. A bit jarring set against his Uniqlo sock, but small matter – even with a shoe deal in the waiting room, he still brought it. (Now to recover that "RF" logo ...)

Best player not to have a sponsor

Hsieh Su-Wei: She scalped another Top-10 foe, this time No. 1 Simona Halep, and aside from that high-profile screen time, she's simply too good not to be endorsing a singular brand. Instead, it's a Nike visor and Adidas separates for the so-called sorceress, who well deserves a look with clean lines to pair with her knack for two-fisted swinging for the court's chalky lines.

Press conference

Naomi Osaka: The big hitter was all smiles in touting her home team's jersey, which served her forever-trending personal brand.

Warmup gear

Garbine Muguruza: Beats by Dre and Adidas Palace paved the way for the reigning-yet-dethroned Wimbledon champ to walk out confidently. A sleeveless zip-up was just the latest in a series of on- and off-court style winners she has struck this year.

Practice tee

Federer: A Uniqlo-meets–Sesame Street tie-in with New York artist Kawes? It all seemed so tragically hip.

Novak Djokovic: It's not just the juices and smile he wielded that made this top look remarkably fresh. Lacoste has given him a crisp yet fun appearance that Uniqlo never quite achieved.


Can’t stop, won’t stop #juicebeast #wimbledon ????????????????

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Sit-down interview

Camila Giorgi: Reaching the quarterfinals of a Slam for the first time, she looked like a pillar of relaxation in her favored lace.

Player's box

Mirka Federer: Quietly, she turned 40 on April Fools' Day this year, and the mom of four has perhaps found a new home in a laidback look, rocking designer tees and denim on Centre Court. 

Player & coach style

The all-white adorning both of these student-teacher sets showed how they got to where they are. They're simply on a wavelength, both internally and externally.

Serena Williams & Patrick Mouratoglou

Simona Halep & Darren Cahill

Infant style sense

Olympia Alexis Ohanian, Jr.: No tot on the pro tours is slaying the social media game quite like this unwitting baby, who will turn 1 in two months. How time flies even as Olympia herself stays just that: fly.


#Wimbledon ready.

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Anchor style

Chris McKendry: Always on point as she holds down the ESPN anchor desk, the veteran broadcaster has long added interjections and ensembles that are sensible and smart.

Wet T-shirt contest

Rafael Nadal: Forever sweat-laden, and certainly in this week's London heat, he has simultaneously vied for winning a different sort of contest. Here's to staying hydrated.

Celebrity fashion czars

Henrik Lundqvist + Therese Lundqvist: The New York Rangers star and his wife held down the fashionable fort, so to speak, over two days at the All England Club. With poise and panache in spades, you would think they were royals.


Opening day! Good to be back???????????? #wimbledon #RF

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Super-fan style

Strawberries + Cream Man: The perennial SW19 attendee's standing went from fleeting GIF to mainstay in the Wimbledon community. All hail Chris Fava. 

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