Fashion and tennis collided at the WTA Pre-Wimbledon Party, held at The Roof Gardens in Kensington, London last night.
We have already seen Maria Sharapova. Here are the rest of the attendees who took to the green carpet.
Serena Williams: The tennis ace was once again dressed by Burberry for this annual event. Her purple taffeta frock with black sheer straps was styled with black t-bar sandals and a selection of silver jewels. The thing I love most about her look are her voluminous curls.
Ana Ivanovic: The young star wore a pretty Matthew Williamson feather-accented frock which complemented her statuesque frame. The stunning lace dress also features a cluster of gold paillettes and beaded details. It may seem like quite a lot of detail, but she carries it off with great aplomb. She accessorized with Christian Louboutin matching heels with a gold toe-cap and a mahogany clutch.
Whilst I love the elegant updo, I wish she applied fake tan to her feet. I guess that is what happens when training in sunny conditions wearing thick tennis socks.
Anne Keothavong: The British number one ranked player wore a baroque-inspired Alexander McQueen ‘Fil’ coupé jacquard green-and-black dress. She styled her look with tights (it’s been a while since I saw tights on the red carpet), black pumps (the same can’t be said for those) and a sweeping ponytail.
Keira Knightley was spotted arriving at JFK Airport on Wednesday as she continues to travel the globe promoting her new movie ‘Seeking a Friend for the End of the World’.
Channelling her inner bohemian goddess, the British actress wore a pretty Mulberry Pre-Fall 2012 dress.
Her pretty ‘Scribbly’ floral aubergine-coloured dress with semi-sheer short sleeves was effortlessly styled with Chanel cream-and-black ballet pumps, an oversized pair of dark shades and hair scraped back into a loose updo.
She sported minimal make-up, showing off that enviable flawless complexion.
Mulberry hosted an intimate dinner party to celebrate the Frieze Art Fair in New York City on Friday, as the British brand is the sponsor of Frieze Projects.
Lana Del Rey, who performed at the event, is pictured alongside Mulberry’s Creative Director Emma Hill, wearing a Mulberry Fall 2012 ensemble.
She wore an orange ¾-length cropped blouse with leather trims and a matching lace pencil skirt with satin panels.
The look was styled with barely-there makeup, diamond jewels and white pumps.
She completed her look with Mulberry’s newest bag, the Del Rey, which launches in stores and online in mid-May.
Emma created the ‘Del Rey’ bag by taking inspiration from the singer’s retro glamour to create a modern Mulberry classic: the all practical, elegant and timeless bag will come in a variety of colours and textures including a soft matte black, maroon, tan, ink-blue sparkle croc print and bark-brown metallic fur print.
Lana said of the bag, “I love the design, a perfect mix between old school Hollywood and contemporary style. It’s an honour that such a classic and prestigious brand would name a bag after me.”