How Celebrities’ Red Carpet Looks Changed Through The Years
Serena Williams has perfected the art of dressing for the red carpet over the years, as well as her inimitable approach to on-court style as her strong serve. Williams wears sky-high stilettos and replaces her neon tennis sets with similarly bright body-con dresses when she’s not in her sneakers – or her warrior-Esque knee-high Nike boots.
Her style was characterized by slinky wrap dresses and form-fitting strapless gowns in the Noughties, and more recently, slinky wrap dresses and form-fitting strapless gowns. She swapped her Wimbledon whites for a frothy Oscar de la Renta gown for the 2011 Met Gala. Serena Williams wowed in a sunshine-yellow Atelier Versace gown paired with Off-White x Nike sneakers at last year’s camp-themed affair. To her credit, her red-carpet style is as bold as her forehand winners elsewhere. She walked the red carpet at the 2019 Oscars in a figure-hugging, strapless custom Armani Privé gown with a slick ponytail and gleaming jewels.