As predicted, professional tennis player Serena Williams kicked off the season at the  2018 U.S. Open Championship on a stylish note. It was announced earlier in the month that Ghanaian Louis Vuitton creative director and Off-White chief executive Virgil Abloh designed her new kit for an exclusive Nike x Off-White collaboration.

Back for her first match after two years, the champ strolled into the stadium with her game face on in a head-turning bomber jacket and a matching sports bag.

Once on the court, she wore a one-shoulder dress with a tutu-inspired tulle skirt, paired with fishnet stockings with socks over them that had her initials “SW” embroidered on them. She finished the look with sparkly trainers that all featured Off-White’s signature “LOGO” quotation and a personalized “SERENA” quotation too.

Virgil who was sitting in Willaims’ box with her team, posted a photo of her in action with the caption: “willing to design dresses for her for life.”

willing to design dresses for her for life.

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For Wednesday night’s second round of the U.S. Open, Serena strolled into the Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in N.Y.C., Williams, wearing the same cropped jacket over a pretty tutu dress with a Nike bag with “AKA QUEEN” inscribed on it.

The winning look against German pro Carina Witthöft was a one-sleeve figure-hugging dress designed with a tulle tutu-like skirt, and like the first outfit, was made in partnership with Nike and Abloh.

She accessorized the Abloh-designed one-armed tutu-style dress with another pair of sparkly embroidered sneakers.

All looks worn so far are from The Queen Collection inspired by Williams’ love of dance. A few limited edition pieces are now available at select Nike locations in the US.

Photo Credit: Getty Images / Julian Finney