eleven’s gilt sale is on — what’s next?

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Alright, ladies, you finally have a chance to own a Venus Williams dress via the EleVen sale on Gilt.com. Included in this drop are the buzz-worthy dresses that we’ve seen her wear in the last two years: the Tie Dye Slip Dress (aka the can-can dress) from Miami ’10, $99; the Goddess Dress from Wimbledon ’08, $79; the Tie-Dye Halter Dress from Miami ’09, $89; and the Slit Front Dress from Melbourne ’10, $89.

Not pictured is a pink version of the beautiful Double Cross Back Dress, which appeared during Venus’ doubles play (with Serena) at Wimbledon ’09, $79.

We caught up with Venus at the Ralph Lauren Legends Clinic yesterday to ask her about the Gilt sale. She expressed excitement about seeing her designs again come to life; her team has taken a long time (and is still in the process of) replacing Steve & Barry, the now-defunct company that used to manufacture and sell her line.

And what’s the next step for Venus? She hinted at new EleVen designs appearing in future Gilt sales. For now, we’ll occupy ourselves with what’s been put out.

(screengrabs via Gilt)

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3 Responses to “eleven’s gilt sale is on — what’s next?”

  1. rami Says:

    too bad her wimbledon 2010 dress isn’t available!

  2. Venus Williams' EleVen collection on sale at Gilt.com | Venus Williams Says:

    [...] Additional info: Remind yourselves of Venus' 2008 and 2009 on-court outfits. (via Tennis Served Fresh) [...]

  3. sprocket Says:

    too bad her wimbledon 2010 dress isn’t available!

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