Martina Hingis’ Tonic line has been well-known among tennis fashion enthusiasts and the Swiss legend has decided to make the biggest ever impact at this year’s Australian Open, confidently stepping into the world of prints, thus challenging even Venus Williams’ EleVen.
Playing doubles with Coco Vandeweghe, Hingis will debut Tonic Active’s spring collection which reflects her vibrant energy through fun pops of color. The Backhand Dress, pictured above, is the boldest piece as it mixes practically every color imaginable and combines it with solid sections. The “colorfall” fabric, as the brand likes to call it, is ultra breathable and light, therefore excellent for Australian summer. The pleated dress also exists in white/colorfall, as well as in apple/aqua sky for those who prefer a more classic look.
can't wait to step out on court at @AustralianOpen with my new colorful outfits!!! 👚🎾 @tonicactive #mytonic pic.twitter.com/TwOH4UCpja
— Martina Hingis (@mhingis) January 16, 2017
Another standout piece from the spring collection is the Crosscourt Dress, characterized by a relaxed fit, dropped waist and criss-crossed straps. This dress offers a more traditional color palette, being available in black, white, aqua sky and apple.
As you can see, Martina likes to wear these long 9″ inseam Move Faster Shorts in navy ribbon under the Crosscourt Dress, for a dimensional tennis look. Mesh inserts add a delicate touch to this signature piece.
The tennis icon plays her opening women’s doubles match against Jelena Jankovic and Yanina Wickmayer. Let’s see which item from the spring collection she’ll opt for. The new clothes will be available online starting January 26th.
Great style. And love that Tonic clothing is made in Canada.
Liz, it doesn’t remind me of last year’s Adidas line at all. It does resemble some EleVen’s designs IMO. Maybe even Venus’ current AO dress, because of the way colorblocks are executed.
I love the colors. Although it somehow reminds me of the Adidas line of last year??
I love the backhand dress. It will look good in the Australian hardcourts.
I really think some of colorful combinations are over the top and not flattering. Especially on some of the men. They need help on what to put together. Not a fan of these fashions at all even for women especially Serena’s.
Martina is the most gorgeous player as she’s a player of beauty with brain…