Serena Williams was amazed by the look of the CEO of EveryStilishGirl, a job listing company connecting black and brown women with opportunities in fashion and media, named Nana Agyemang as the brand owner tried one of Serena's creations.
"Wow! Loving Nana Agyemang in this Serena skirt," wrote Williams on Instagram. "Anything for you, Serena Williams. Also, yes to creating the most flattering pieces," Nana responded on the same social media platform. Nana Agyemang posted a short video highlighting Serena Williams's skirt on her Instagram account.
The CEO praised the creation in the caption of the video she published. "Wearing Black-owned brands just hits different. So many of you asked about this skirt! It’s designed by @serenawilliams for her brand S by @serena!" Nana Agyemang captioned the video.
Serena opened for Vogue at New York Fashion Week
Serena Williams opened Vogue's fashion presentation during the New York Fashion Week.
Vogue posted a video of the moment on their Instagram account. "Serena Williams opens Vogue World," Vogue captioned the short video. You can see the video here: Serena Williams opens Vogue parade at New York Fashion Week.
Williams launched a GOAT collection
Serena Williams’ fashion brand, S by Serena, launched a new collection of clothes tagged with the word GOAT (Greatest of All Time) before she stepped down from the spotlights of the tennis world at her last ever US Open.
“It’s GOAT season,” the S by Serena team wrote on Instagram. The tagline for the new collection reads as follows: “Rep the GOAT with exclusive merch for the whole family”. You can see how the collection looks in this article: Serena Williams launches GOAT merch collection ahead of last US Open.