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Tennis apparel at 2022 Australian Open: Asymmetry and prints inspired by butterflies, Great Barrier Reef, rainbows

Even though it looks like tournaments are dominated by Nike fashion, as so many top stars promote the Swoosh, the 2022 Australian Open delivers what seems to be a more diverse than ever tennis fashion scene. As you will see in our latest Grand Slam fashion overview, players are representing a wide variety of brands. Even big names, such as Sofia Kenin and Leylah Fernandez, are bringing brand new logos to the tennis courts.
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The Mini Skirt Renaissance Is Alive and Well—These 7 Outfits Are Proof

Short and sweet is the new motto. Share on facebook Share on pinterest Share on twitter Share on email. The return of the mini skirt is looking bright for 2022. First conceived by Mary Quant in the ’60s, the truncated silhouette has been a staple party piece for decades, bringing pint-sized fun to every outfit. Designers slowly reintroduced it to their Fall/Winter 2021 collections, so by the time Spring/Summer 2022 rolled around, mini skirts were everywhere—Balmain, Blumarine, and Bottega Veneta had iterated upon the bottoms. This time, the styles designers sent down the runways were a dash more casual than their retro predecessors.
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