For her first appearance at the 2022 US Open, Williams wore a custom black Nike set she designed herself. Inspired by figure skater dresses, it features a gem-encrusted bodice with starry details that evoke the night sky over Arthur Ashe Stadium and a tulle skirt. has six layers representing her previous US Open victories. Complementing the look are the NikeCourt Flare 2 sneakers accented with a diamond-set keychain and gold deubré laces woven with 400 hand-set diamonds in collaboration with Serena Williams Jewelry. This look is just the latest look from Williams, who is known for serving up big style moments on the court, such as the asymmetrical black, pink and red Nike kit (inspired by the road). late great race runner Florence Griffith Joyner) that she wore at the start of the Australian Open earlier this year. To accentuate the glittery details of her outfit, Williams also wanted her hair to shine. Her sun-kissed curls were pulled back with a crystal-embellished headband and embellished with a splash of sparkling gems by hairstylist Nikki Nelms. It was a sight to behold from all angles as Williams beat Danka Kovinić of Montenegro in a 6-3, 6-3 win. “She shined her whole life…her whole career,” Nelms wrote on Instagram. “So was her hair last night.”
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