Naomi Osaka Shows off Her Beach Body in a Green Swimsuit
Naomi Osaka stunned her fans as she displayed her fit physique in a stylish green bikini. She also sizzled in another breathtaking swimwear from her Frankies Bikinis collection.
It is not just her smashing skills on the tennis court that has captivated the world; Naomi Osaka also leaves fans in awe with her jaw-dropping form on Instagram.
Swimwear brand Frankies Bikinis uploaded two photos of Osaka donning their bikinis. The first snap showed Osaka wearing a green swimsuit with white swirling patterns while showing off her green hairstyle.
The swimsuit featured stylish cuts on Osaka's left shoulder and across her toned belly. It also emphasized the athlete's flawless arms and thighs. A fan exclaimed, "so beautiful!!"
In her second snap, Osaka, sporting green eyeshadow, exuded natural chicness in a pink collared sleeveless top with criss-cross detail and a mini skirt with a high slit on the side.
Based on a post from Frankies Bikinis, the featured swimsuits are part of the second half of their collection with Osaka, who started collaborating with their brand early this month.
Francesca Aiello, the brand's founder, said in a press statement that she is proud to have Osaka on board for their new swimwear collection because the athlete serves as an inspiration to women in the world.
Osaka said brands should promote inclusivity by designing swimwear pieces for all shapes and sizes of women. This belief led her to partner with Frankies Bikinis. The 23-year-old tennis wonder said:
"For me, it's important to align myself with brands that make inclusivity a priority."
The four-time Grand Slam Singles champion has managed to work with huge fashion brands despite her busy tennis schedules. She revealed she is working on another project with Levi's.
This will be her first time launching a capsule collection with the denim brand. Levi's brand president Jen Sey said Osaka is the first professional athlete they have worked with.
Osaka said many people with darker skin tones don't realize they can get skin cancer.
The tennis star also worked with the denim brand early this year for their "Beauty of Becoming" campaign. Aside from her work with Levi's, she also created pieces for Adeam and Nike.
The products are formulated specifically for darker skin tones. In addition to being a skincare line, the brand is also a passion project for the tennis star to help address health issues.
Osaka said many people with darker skin tones don't realize they can get skin cancer. She admitted she used to tell people she doesn't wear sunscreens, but she now recognizes the importance of taking care of one's skin.