Style Serve

Top tennis players sent South Florida men and women rushing to the nearest Lacoste store with their appearances at the Miami Open in fresh, tennis-chic outfits cleverly pared with the right mix of style and attitude.
Text by Stacy Wynn | May 1, 2018 | Fashion

The fashions at the Miami Open are as highly anticipated each year as the tournament itself, and 2018 didn’t disappoint. For the 4th year, French design house Lacoste was the official outfitter of the event and seen on everyone from chic tennis fans and sponsored pro players to the tournament staff, ball-kids and volunteers. Karolina Kurkova made headlines in her now iconic blue & white striped dress that cleverly blended two trends: polo shirts and hoodies. With a $215 pricetag and an easy-to-wear A-line silhouette, the dresses flew out of the store after her appearance. Tennis legend Novak Djokovic, who joined the fashion-forward brand last year was represented by his eponymous performance collection of pique polo shirts and shorts blazers, trousers and zip jackets; all designed for maximum comfort with ergonomic stitching and Djokovic’s signature etched on the left sleeve of the polo shirt;