01 July 2015
Wimbledon starts this week so allow us to present you with our favourite three tennis style icons.
Lea Pericoli and her Tinling rose-trimmed dress
Pericoli often collaborated with Teddy Tinling, a sought after designer who revolutionized female tennis apparel in the 50s and 60s. She's pictured here with her famous Tinling rose-trimmed dress.
Rafael Nadal and his pirate pants and vest combo
Rafa was a star as soon as he hit the tour. Both in the tennis stakes, winning the French Open at barely 19 years old, and in the style stakes, as the below ensemble shows.
Roger Federer and his blazer
It was a toss-up between the blazer and the cardigan. We went with the blazer. Best described as divisive, R-Fed's own line of clothing has further defined his slick on-court image.
*Subject to availability.
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