This tutu sports dress is everything.
And it could not look as fabulous on anyone other than the dynamic Serena Williams.
But we can still try, right?
The fantastic ensemble is part of The Queen Collection, a creative collaboration by the Olympic gold medallist, Nike, and Virgil Abloh.
Virgil is the artistic director of Louis Vuitton's menswear, creative designer of the Italian fashion company, Off-White, and an absolute visionary.
Serena will be sporting the new collection during the US Open on August 27th.
The Queen line consists of a performance tennis dress with a tutu-like skirt that comes in both black and white.
It also includes a bag, jacket and three types of runners: the NikeCourt Flare 2 and limited editions of The Ten, Nike Air Max 97 and Nike Blazer Mid SW, according to NikeNews.
Designer Virgil was wholly inspired by Serena’s “powerful” presence, on and off the court.
“I was trying to embody her spirit and bring something compelling and fresh to tennis.”
The dress combines an athletic, spandex-like bodice with a tulled designed skirt.
“The dress is feminine but combines her aggression. It's partially revealing. It's asymmetrical. It has a sort of ballerina-esque silhouette to symbolise her grace.
“It's not about bells and whistles and tricks. It's just about it living on the body and expressing Serena’s spirit with each swing of the racket,” Virgil explained.
The sneaker editions are available in eye-catching colours of sparkling silver as well as pinks and purples.
Serena is a skilled and powerful athlete with a flair for fashion, making her the perfect model for The Queen Collection’s combination of “grace” and “spirit”.
Don’t worry, the collection will be available in select Nike stores at the end of this month with prices ranging from €110 to €790.
So, this autumn we can look almost as fierce as the queen, Serena Williams.