Archive for September 21st, 2010

flashback: allez, aravane

September 21, 2010

TSF was banking on Aravane Rezai to join the ranks of Nadia Petrova and Bethanie Mattek-Sands in the fashion trenches of Flushing Meadows, but the Frenchwoman instead kept with the same white armadillo Scheyda dress she’d been wearing since the start of the grasscourt season.

Still, her spirit found a way to make a mark: as we roamed the grounds of the 2010 US Open, we ran across this man who’d designed his own Rezai tee. It’s not quite the impressive as Nole fan shirts, but “A” for effort.

Meanwhile, just for posterity, here’s Rezai playing against American (and wildcard) Beatrice Capra in the second round. Capra won (the hearts of internet users, even) but got a massive spanking from Maria Sharapova in the round after.

(fan photo by TSF; match image via Getty Images)


filippo volandri: back to tennis (b)asics

September 21, 2010

Filippo Volandri‘s playing at this week’s BCR Open Romania in Bucharest. He’s through to the second round after beating Lukasz Kubot 6-3, 6-0. (Draw: BCR Open Romania site)

Meanwhile, it’s sad to see one of the more stylish Italians (he used to wear EA7 — that’s Armani sportswear — on the court) now dressed in Asics.

More: Two more pics after the cut…

andy and kim at the burberry s/s ’11 show in london

September 21, 2010

Andy Murray, with gf Kim Sears, at the Burberry Prorsum show today at London Fashion week. (Serena was there, too.) Trench coats in python, studded, etc. Dee-lish! We’ll link to the pics from the show as soon as they’re up.

(image via Daily Mail)

juniors do college(wear)

September 21, 2010

Just like we wouldn’t expect our kids to go straight to the pros, we’re not expecting our kids to know the difference between Rocha and Rochas just like that. Get their fashion knowledge rolling with Fred Perry‘s designer offerings for tots. The collection’ll give them a smoother transition into shopping wisely once they hit the big leagues. Our fave: this college tipped cardigan, £45. Rest of the goods are here.

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