Serena Williams looked like a sassy goddess as she poured her figure into a shimmery magenta gown for her Architectural Digest cover. The internet is taking style notes.
From tennis skirts to haute couture, Serena Williams is a stunner who can rock it all. The tennis ace recently graced the cover of Architectural Digest, and like always, she owned it.
In an Instagram post, Williams gave her fans a glimpse of her stunning magenta gown dazzling in the natural light. The sequined number hugged her hourglass figure, cascading down her curves towards the ground.
The gown featured a long cut that stopped right above the tennis superstar's upper thighs. The mandarin collar was secured with buttons that trailed down her neck toward the torso.
Williams lifted her toned legs and slightly arched her back while posing for the boomerang clip. Her curly blond tresses were parted on the side and let loose. Williams kept her makeup subtle with nude eye shadow and lipstick.
She wore long dangles and several rings to accessorize. A wave of compliments on the look made its way to the comments section. "What a beautiful and vibrant dress!" one of the fans gushed.
Given Williams' welcoming nature, Venus knew her home had to be a warm and inviting space.
Williams opened her doors to Architectural Digest to give them a tour of the ultra-luxurious 14,500-square-foot Spanish Mediterranean–style property she calls home.
Her sister Venus Williams' world-class design firm V Starr designed the home. The sisters lived together on and off since 1998, so when Williams decided to move to the Miami home, it was an emotional affair.
In the Architectural Digest interview, Williams shared how she and her successful sibling managed to make the project work despite the risks of merging family with business.
"You have to know your lane. I'm really good at playing tennis; I'm not as good at interiors. But I was able to learn through just watching Venus."
V Starr's guidance and Williams' singular imagination turned the house into a modern home. Williams' husband Alexis Ohanian let her do her thing, but he took charge when it came to designing their daughter's bedroom.
Given Williams' welcoming nature, Venus knew her home had to be a warm and inviting space. A tennis court is noticeably missing because Williams wanted to keep home separate from work.