Tennis player and overall bad a** Black woman, Serena managed to create a clothing collection for the everyday woman — S by Serena — and it showed at NYFW.
NYFW: Serena Williams Takes Her Finale Bow With Daughter Olympia

After the last model made hit her stride down the catwalk, Serena took a bow with her daughter Alexis Olympia Ohanian Jr., who kept it cute in an adorable t-shirt and sneakers borrowing straight from her mom’s signature street style.

Serena’s collection was a combination of office-friendly pieces, everyday wearable dresses, bold colors, and prints. And she made sure to put her clothes on various body shapes to show off the range of her collection. Pieces range from $69 and up.

You only have about 20 more hours to purchase the collection on Serena’s website.

Though Serena Williams may not have won the Grand Slam at the US Open, the tennis player scored big at the Fall 2019 presentation of her S by Serena Williams collection.

Presented at New York Fashion Week with Klarna Style360, the is a celebration of women who break limits, boundaries and tradition, according to the press release. For Williams, that means women like her mother, who she counts as one of her biggest inspirations, along with fellow tennis greats Billie Jean King and sister Venus Williams. "Even Anna Wintour," the designer told ELLE.com backstage before the show. "She’s broken so many boundaries and she’s so brave and so amazing and wow. These are women that I really look up to."
NYFW: Serena Williams Takes Her Finale Bow With Daughter Olympia

Inspired by 1990s street fashion with a modern touch, Williams looked to iconic models when starting the collection. "Naomi Campbell, Cindy Crawford and actually even look at her daughter Kaia who’s just doing beyond amazing and I’m obsessed. I love her," said the designer. "We looked at that and then we just kind of were like, ‘Ok, how do we bring a little bit of a moderness to this, yet keep some of those elements? Runway looks like bodycon purple zebra print, wearable black jumpsuits, and neon rompers answered the designer's question. Hits also included a suede coat that opened the show, plus smart plaid suiting, and leopard print wrap dresses.