Serena Williams Poses with Daughter Olympia in Tutu for Sneak Peek of S by Serena Fall Collection
When Serena Williams isn’t working an athlete or being a daughter, a sister, a wife, and a mother, she’s making some serious dough as an entrepreneur. One of her ventures is her fashion line - S by Serena.
And since she started the line in 2018, fans, friends, and family have come to expect a new collection during peak season.
They look forward to seeing what she has in stock. It appears the tennis star has big things planned for this year’s Fall Collection. In a tweet shared by YBF CHIC, we see Serena and her 2-year-old daughter, Olympia; strike a pose for the camera.
The 37-year-old is rocking a simple black jumpsuit and a pair of heels as she leans against a windowpane. Olympia looks picture-perfect in her black shirt with the letter ‘S’ written on it.
The 2-year-old adds a gold-colored tutu and white sneakers for effect. The report has it the logo tee worn by Olympia is custom-made.
Serena, however, let it slip that, the collection will be a reflection of ’90s street style. It will also be a mix of animal prints, sequins, and pops of neon colors. The unveiling is coming just days after the former world No. 1 tennis player celebrated her daughter’s birthday.
SERENA: THE PROUD MAMA HENDespite her many accomplishments, Serena holds her role as a mother as the biggest one. So, when it comes to celebrating her daughter, Alexis Olympia, she goes all out. It was no different when Olympia turned two on Sunday, September 1.
The 37-year-old tennis star shared a sweet photo of her daughter from the day she was born with her 11.6million followers. In the snap, Serena is holding Olympia to her chest as her husband, Alexis Ohanian Sr. looks on. That post seemed to make up for the fact that Serena would miss out on Olympia’s birthday.
Although missing out on family moments is nothing new, it still hurts the star. And as PEOPLE reports, the star shared:
“I prefer playing in the day because I get to go home and see my baby. In the beginning, she would be upset when I left; these days, they’ve reversed roles.”