Tennis Warehouse Europe and Madison Keys are giving us a first look at the new Nike collection intended for the Grand Slam in Paris. A glimpse at the American’s dress reveals an exciting theme that takes inspiration from the wonders of nature and human body.
As we can see on the example of Madison’s purple Nike Paris Slam Dress, the light motif of the collection are lines that supposedly represent the natural orientation of collagen fibers in the skin, parallel to the position of the underlying muscles. The racerback dress features a two-tiered skirt with a wavy hemline, a keyhole cutout on the back, and a thick solid purple mesh inset below chest.
The Nike Women’s Paris Slam Skirt showcases layered pleats and an asymmetrical hemline, adding a touch of contemporary flair to your tennis wardrobe. Designed to enhance your comfort and mobility on the court, it features a soft mesh elastic waistband and a built-in shortie for added support and coverage. It is available in two colorways: gridiron/oxygen purple and adobe/pink bloom.
You can bring a sense of Paris everywhere with you with the new Nike Paris T-Shirt, a Dri-FIT cotton-blend tee that combines style and performance. Embrace its soft feel, ribbed neckband, and the French tennis graphic printed on the chest, while staying dry and comfortable with the sweat-wicking technology. Available in colors such as adobe, oxygen purple, and white, this tee is not only fashionable but also eco-friendly, as it incorporates at least 50% recycled polyester fibers.
It’s a pity we most probably won’t see Naomi Osaka’s latest collaboration with Nike on the courts of Roland Garros. It would be great if a WTA player would choose to debut the cropped green “97” jersey and the pleated skirt with contrast double drawstrings.
PARIS 2023 TENNIS FASHION ROUNDUP:
- Explore the latest Nike tennis dresses up close
- Lacoste x Roland Garros 2023 tennis clothes
- Adidas introduces camouflage patterns inspired by clay courts
- Blue waves on red clay: Presenting Asics Paris apparel
- Fila‘s La Finale collection for Barbora Krejcikova, Karolina Pliskova
- Yonex unveils pink and navy designs with Caroline Garcia and Dayana Yastremska
- Bidi Badu serves delicious macaroon-colored stripes
- Wilson x Roland Garros limited-edition racquets
- Coco Gauff‘s New Balance Twisted Net CG1 tennis shoe
- Official Roland Garros merchandise