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Zendaya looked stunning in her Reem Acra gown while Serena Williams donned a Zuhair Murad design featuring pink sleeves covered in ruffles.
Tennis players often don matching outfits, but Williams has taken this style to new heights. She's worn everything from catsuits and color-block dresses to coordinated sneakers - always pushing fashion forward on court.
The 26-year-old actress is always a sight to behold on the red carpet, but her style stands out even more than other fashionistas. Her eclectic collection boasts pieces by designers such as Vivienne Westwood, Ralph & Russo and Zuhair Murad - all carefully chosen for maximum effect.
Zendaya recently donned a plunging black and neon green dress, while Serena Williams also dazzled in her stunning ensemble at the 54th NAACP Image Awards on Saturday (February 16). Both celebrities are renowned for their stunning physiques, and both looked incredible in fitted gowns.
Zendaya has recently adopted a more subdued look on the red carpet. Instead of opting for an eye-catching dress or vibrant coord, she donned a monochromatic grey trouser suit in an '80s inspired aesthetic.
She donned an outfit by Fear of God, featuring a collarless blazer and cigarette-style trousers that pay homage to 1980s style. Her blazer was embellished with spiderweb detailing, while she added glittery tights for extra shine. To finish the look, she chose classic black heels and styled her hair into an elegant side bun.
Her makeup was classic for the evening, featuring a smoky eye that complemented her dress. Additionally, she chose neutral lip colors that complemented her ensemble perfectly.
It's no shock that the actress often sports designer dresses, but she has also taken a more relaxed approach to dressing. Her Alexandre Vauthier houndstooth look is one example, while Marc Jacobs' fluffiness marigold and peach ensemble has been seen several times.
Though she can rock just about any fashion trend, the actress tends to gravitate toward bodycon dresses. These form-fitting garments flatter her curves and often come paired with a bralette for an sultry silhouette.
Euphoria star Alyson Hannigan donned a bright green top that quickly went viral online. Her stylist Law Roach revealed it was inspired by Poison Ivy from The Wiz movie.
Zendaya dazzled in a plunging black and neon green dress, while Serena Williams, Angela Bassett and Kerry Washington donned fitted ensembles at the 54th NAACP Image Awards on Saturday night. Despite rain showers, their figure-hugging looks made a statement on the red carpet.
The Euphoria star, 26, donned a plunging black and neon green Gucci dress featuring intricate floral detailing throughout its front panel. She finished off her ensemble with black leather boot heels for an edgy look.
Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam champion and one of tennis's all-time greats, has long been seen as an icon in fashion. Her signature look features bold colors and patterns with vibrant accents; further cementing her place as a design icon by creating her own brand: S by Serena.
Her clothing collection boasts pieces designed to flatter a range of body types. In fact, the brand has even created plus size lines!
Sports icon, Williams is one of the first African American women to win a major tournament and has been inducted into the United States Sports Hall of Fame. Her accomplishments have set an example for other African American athletes, helping them gain recognition within sports.
At the US Open, Williams triumphed over Anett Kontaveit and her victory was celebrated with much fanfare. Celebrities such as Gigi and Bella Hadid, Anthony Anderson, and Spike Lee joined in on the fun.
Williams' sister Venus also attended the event, wearing a custom Elie Saab gown that featured silver details. To complete her ensemble, she donned gold wire-frame aviator glasses and an exquisite silver Panthere de Cartier watch.
Serena and Venus looked stunning on the red carpet, but it was their younger sister Zendaya who truly made a statement with her appearance at NAACP Image Awards. After taking several months off from public view, Zendaya returned to red-carpet events with an eye-catching dress in stunning red at this year's awards show.
Tennis legend Serena Williams is renowned for her eye-catching outfits on court. From tutus and neon skirts to matching separates, she has always been an advocate of fashion on the court.
Williams not only promotes fashion on the court, but she also shows off in style off it. She often opts for shoes that are both versatile and glamorous but still sporty-inspired.
She recently posted a picture to Instagram wearing an affordable pair of low-top sneakers that feature an ultra-comfy fit and are only $60. Customers raved about these shoes as being ideal for casual days out or working out at the gym.
Tennis icon Serena Williams has been an ambassador for Nike since she signed on with them in 2003, and even when she announced her plans to retire from competition, Nike stood by her side.
Recently, she was presented a box filled with "memorable moment" sneakers from the brand - including those she is wearing today. These sneakers were inspired by four of her most memorable game day ensembles.
When 40-year-old tennis player Alison Riske first entered professional tennis, she made a lasting impression with her unique style. She competed in a denim mini skirt paired with a studded Nike tank top and later donned a pink and black tie-dye Puma dress that paid homage to Y2K trending at that time.
In 2018, her black catsuit style was banned from the French Open, sparking controversy throughout sport. However, that didn't stop her from competing in it nonetheless.
3. Her White Dress with Special Cut-Outs from 2019
For Wimbledon 2019, Williams donned a white dress featuring special cut-outs on the side. She accessorized with hoop earrings, a watch, and a headband to complete her look.
As Williams won her sixth Australian Open in 2021, she took to the courts wearing a crystal-encrusted Nike dress. To complete the ensemble, she added a matching black jacket and accessorized with an elegant belt.
Zendaya stands out in a plunging black and neon green dress, while Serena Williams flaunts her style in an equally sporty yet feminine minidress from S by Serena. To complete the ensemble, Serena added black Off-White x Air Rubber Dunk shoes along with matching neon green accessories from her line S by Serena.
Serena Williams is one of the greatest female tennis players in history, boasting 23 Grand Slam titles and an unbreakable spirit that cannot be matched. Her remarkable story also includes breaking barriers in the sport and serving as a role model for women everywhere.
Her commitment to family, charity and community is evident in everything she does. She founded both the Serena Williams Fund - providing opportunities to young entrepreneurs - and Williams Sisters Fund - creating equity through education to aid victims of senseless violence. As an entrepreneur herself, Williams designs her own clothing and accessory lines.
She's renowned for her daring street-style aesthetic and has won more than 40 major matches in her professional career - an impressive testament to both her skill and perseverance. Additionally, Sports Illustrated named her both the best player in the world and third best ever player.
Serena Williams' on-court style has always wowed the fashion world, but it's her off-court looks that really showcase her individual style. Her love of tennis and flair for design are evident in every design she creates - from casual looks to high-fashion evening wear.
In 2003, Serena chose a style that would have been familiar among Black girls at the time - chin-length loose curls. She kept her dark brown locks out of sight with a Nike headband and finished off the look with beaded hoop earrings.
Serena began a partnership that would last for decades, becoming the face of Nike's tennis collection and serving on their design team. She also helped launch their headquarters in Beaverton, Oregon.
Two weeks ago, a train carrying hazardous chemicals derailed near the Ohio-Pennsylvania border in East Palestine, prompting evacuation orders and an outbreak of toxic chemicals.
Federal environmental regulators have now taken over the cleanup effort. They've ordered Norfolk Southern to STOP shipping contaminated soil and water, and require them to submit a work plan for remediation to the EPA.
The EPA has ordered Norfolk Southern to postpone cleanup of the East Palestine toxic train that derailed near Ohio-Pennsylvania state line last month. This order marks an important milestone in their response and starts a longer-term remediation phase for East Palestine area.
In addition to mandating Norfolk Southern to pay for clean-up costs, the order requires them to identify and remediate contaminated soil and water resources. Furthermore, it orders them to reimburse EPA for contract cleaning services, attend public meetings as requested by EPA, as well as post updated information online.
Furthermore, the order requires the company to ensure all waste from the train is disposed of legally and safely at EPA-certified facilities. This differs from their previous plan to ship contaminated water and soil from the derailment site to Texas where it would be processed at a hazardous waste treatment and disposal facility.
Though the EPA's order should reduce pressure on the company, it doesn't address the lingering controversy over how toxic chemicals were released from the train or how many people might have been affected. Some residents are questioning whether management of this crisis was fair and have voiced complaints about water quality following exposure to hazardous substances.
Meanwhile, President Joe Biden has directed federal agencies to go door-to-door in East Palestine, Ohio to check on families affected by the derailment and chemical leak. These so-called "walk teams" will inquire how residents are doing and provide them with necessary resources from government and nonprofit organizations, according to the White House.
The derailment and chemical release have thrown a wrench into life in the community, with residents fearing for their health after exposure to toxic chemicals in air, soil and water. With EPA involvement and NTSB findings regarding what caused the incident, questions have been raised about rail safety regulations as well as those governing dangerous materials movement.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has ordered Norfolk Southern to cease cleanup operations following a toxic train that derailed near East Palestine, Ohio. If they fail to comply, EPA will take over and conduct operations while seeking triple the cost from them under CERCLA - Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act.
On Tuesday, EPA Administrator Michael Regan held a press conference in East Palestine to announce their order. He noted that Norfolk Southern must bear any costs associated with any additional cleanup activities the EPA wishes to undertake and must guarantee all soil and water contaminated by chemicals are removed from the area.
According to the EPA, they have been monitoring air quality in East Palestine following the fire and chemical spill. As of March 13th, their real-time community air monitoring network had not identified any significant air quality issues and indoor air testing did not detect pollutants above normal levels.
Additionally, EPA is collecting air samples daily near the derailment site and upwind from the incident. As of March 13th, no new levels of contaminants had been detected in the air.
East Palestine residents, while the news media has largely avoided coverage of the event, are worried about how much damage has been done to their town. They worry that once media interest subsides, their community will be left to clean up on its own.
They are worried about any long-lasting health effects, such as rashes and headaches that have been reported. To address these concerns, the EPA opened a health clinic to assist those affected by symptoms; additionally, the state has begun testing drinking water from municipal systems for contaminants.
The EPA plans to continue monitoring air quality in East Palestine until further notice, and will release preliminary air sampling results when they become available. Furthermore, they will conduct further air testing of homes and inside buildings.
On a visit to an East Palestine home by EPA Administrator Regan and Governor Mike DeWine, Regan drank tap water along with Governor DeWine to reaffirm earlier assurances about the municipal water supply being safe. He assured residents that they could rest assured knowing the EPA will continue monitoring air and water quality for some time; until then they are encouraged to drink their water and reach out to health professionals for more information.
On Tuesday, the Environmental Protection Agency ordered Norfolk Southern to pay for the cleanup of its toxic train derailment in East Palestine, Ohio and warned them that failure to do so could result in triple damages.
According to CNN, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ordered Norfolk Southern to identify and clean up contaminated soil and water, as well as take other necessary steps required by federal Superfund law. Furthermore, they demanded that the railroad company fund a program providing cleaning services to residents and businesses alike. If Norfolk Southern did not comply with their order, legal action may be taken against them.
According to EPA officials, the railroad has already removed 4.588 cubic yards of soil and 1.1 million gallons of contaminated water from the train crash site. These samples will now be disposed of at a hazardous waste treatment and disposal facility in Michigan.
Meanwhile, crews have installed oil containment booms in the creeks affected by the chemical spill and aerated contaminated soil and water. Furthermore, EPA officials reported that they have blocked off ditches around contaminated dirt to prevent it from spreading further.
While the cleanup is underway, it's essential to remember that using toxic chemicals for pest control and other agricultural needs can lead to other environmental hazards like soil and water contamination. Unfortunately, these issues have often been overlooked in the debate over whether or not pesticides should be used.
As people in the area begin to experience negative health effects, such as rashes and headaches, state officials have advised them to drink bottled water until testing on their water source is completed. According to EPA spokesperson Peter Vanderhoff, this recommendation will remain in effect until further testing on their source is conducted.
Many residents in the area remain concerned about their local water supply in light of the toxic train derailment. They're especially worried about an increasing number of fish deaths that have been reported near two streams near the crash site.
As part of his efforts to reassure residents about the safety of East Palestine's municipal water supply, EPA Administrator Michael Regan visited an East Palestine home and drank tap water with DeWine. Furthermore, the EPA plans to continue conducting community air screenings of people living in homes affected by chemical release in an effort to maintain confidence.
On Friday and Saturday, EPA officials will be on-site in East Palestine, Ohio, to meet with families affected by last week's train derailment and provide assistance. They have also sent walk teams to homes - similar to efforts used during hurricanes and other natural disasters.
Though tests have found no dangers in the air or water, residents in East Palestine remain concerned about toxic chemicals. Residents report headaches, rashes and nausea as a result of exposure. In response, the state opened a health clinic for those experiencing symptoms in East Palestine.
According to an EPA statement released Thursday, the agency has begun testing the air in and around East Palestine to ensure chemical concentrations do not exceed federal regulators' limits. As part of a voluntary screening program that included over 550 homes, no detections of vinyl chloride or hydrogen chloride were identified above levels of concern.
However, the EPA is still striving to ensure home air concentrations of these two compounds don't surpass levels that could cause harm. Furthermore, they will continue monitoring air quality in the area with a mobile laboratory and cutting-edge ASPECT plane.
This order requires Norfolk Southern to identify and clean up contaminated soil and water resources, reimburse the EPA for contract cleaning services for residents and businesses, attend public meetings at their request, and post information online. If they fail to abide by these cleanup obligations, triple damages will be sought from them.
Additionally, the EPA has ordered Norfolk Southern to cease shipments of contaminated waste from East Palestine until it submits an approved disposal plan to them. While Ohio has already provided them with a list of disposal sites they have utilized, the federal agency is seeking more details on where these materials are being sent.
On Tuesday afternoon, EPA Administrator Michael Regan visited East Palestine and declared his administration will hold Norfolk Southern accountable for the toxic train accident. "We will not tolerate this reckless behavior and we are doing everything within our power to prevent this from occurring again," Regan declared during a news conference at the site of the derailment in East Palestine, Ohio.
As Major League Soccer clubs gear up for the new season, they've reserved seats in their press boxes for every home game until the 2026 World Cup in memory of late journalist Grant Wahl. Tragically, Grant passed away last month while covering the FIFA 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Sports Illustrated and Fox Sports soccer reporter Mark Wahl passed away, prompting an outpouring of sorrow from his colleagues and fans alike. One notable individual was Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James, who remembered working alongside Wahl on a story about James during their respective tenures at both publications.
Los Angeles FC, along with many other MLS clubs, is dedicating seats in their press boxes to honor the late journalist Grant Wahl. Tragically passed away on December 9 while covering the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, Wahl had an immense impact on those within MLS as well as around the globe.
Following the news, several Major League Soccer teams issued statements; DC United in particular described Wahl as a "passionate and dedicated champion of our sport." In addition to his work for MLS, Wahl also covered the U.S. National Team and wrote numerous bestselling books on soccer.
In the wake of his passing, Wahl's legacy will live on as a voice of reason, passion and dedication to the game he loved. While his passing brought much sorrow to those close to him in sports, it also served as a reminder that life is fragile and we should cherish each moment to its fullest.
The Major League Soccer community has been grieving the passing of Wahl, who had an impressive career as a soccer writer and journalist. He was respected contributor to ESPN, Fox Sports and CBS Sports as well as authoring many books on soccer.
Due to his immense impact on sports journalism, Major League Soccer teams have decided to honor him by dedicating a seat for each match this weekend. This gesture serves both as a tribute to him as a journalist and as an act of respect for him as someone who held many leadership roles within the federation.
On this week's Futbol with Grant Wahl, Grant is joined by Chris Wittyngham for an insightful look at all of football's major talking points from last week. Topics discussed include the US Open Cup, start of Major League Soccer and Concacaf Champions League competition, as well as some USMNT nerves.
Grant is joined by Shaw Brown, one of America's longest-tenured producers in soccer television who has worked at CBS Sports HQ (currently), Fox Sports, NBC Sports and ESPN for nearly 25 years. He shares his expertise on getting the right guests, how he spots TV talent and shares stories about some of his favorite interviews throughout his career.
On the opening day of Major League Soccer season, one of America's premier soccer leagues paid tribute to late journalist Grant Wahl by reserving seats in his honor. The MLS communications department posted on Twitter that this was being done "in remembrance of a friend and colleague."
Wahl was one of the premier soccer writers in America, whose work helped to popularize the sport. He worked for Sports Illustrated from 1996-2021 and contributed to CBS Sports as well. Notable for writing LeBron James' first cover story for SI while still in high school, Wahl had an influential impact on how people perceived and discussed soccer.
As the World Cup came to a close, soccer fans were shocked by news that CBS Sports contributor Bill Wahl had passed away while covering a quarterfinal between Argentina and Netherlands at Lusail Stadium in Qatar. At 49 years old, Wahl collapsed during extra time in the press box before succumbing later.
On Monday morning, a State Department official reported the body of the deceased journalist had been returned to America. Along with him was a consular official from the U.S. Embassy in Doha.
Throughout his career, Wahl reported on major stories in soccer and college basketball. He was renowned for his enthusiasm for the game and ability to explain it clearly and concisely.
He was an outspoken supporter of the LGBTQ community and had a special interest in women's soccer. Additionally, he campaigned against corruption within FIFA, running for president of its global governing body.
After his passing, tributes poured in from around the world for soccer writer. His family, including Dr. Celine Gounder - an eminent epidemiologist and professor at New York University Grossman School of Medicine - described him as "the best journalist in the world."
US Soccer Communications have announced that a seat will be reserved for Wahl in the press box at each home match for both US men's and women's national teams until the 2026 World Cup. In addition, there will be flowers, a picture of Wahl and "a card to share interactions with him."
In addition to his writing career, Wahl served as director of soccer media for USA Today from 2007 until 2013. Additionally, he had extensive experience as a FOX Sports and CBS Sports correspondent as well as being part of Sports Illustrated's editorial board.
On Monday night, the Houston Dynamo, one of Major League Soccer's iconic franchises, honored late journalist Grant Wahl by reserving seats in his honor during MLS is Back. The Dynamo officially announced their decision through a press release.
Last month, after Wahl's tragic passing while covering the World Cup in Qatar, tributes from around the world poured in. At 48 years old, she had been reporting on human rights issues there, such as the deaths of migrant workers who built World Cup stadiums.
On Saturday night during a match between Argentina and the Netherlands, he collapsed in his seat at Lusail Iconic Stadium during extra time. U.S. media seated near him reported that they called for emergency services who responded quickly.
Later, they learned of his passing from a ruptured aortic aneurysm. This news was devastating to those who knew and loved Wahl, as well as all who loved his art.
For someone who had helped popularize soccer in America and produced invaluable sports journalism content - from his iconic "Chosen One" cover story on LeBron James to his ESPN podcast "Ask Grant," this was surely the worst possible outcome.
After Wahl's passing, a memorial was held at Lusail Iconic Stadium with dozens of fans wearing rainbow flags to honor his memory. On Saturday during England-France's quarterfinal match against FIFA, FIFA placed two dozen flowers and a framed photo of Wahl in his desk where he had been assigned to work.
After a week of speculation about the cause of his passing, tributes poured in from around the world. Although it was ultimately determined to be an ruptured aortic aneurysm, fans around the globe were still stunned by his passing.
In a statement, Major League Soccer praised Wahl's work as both insightful and entertaining. They also commended his dedication to soccer.
After his passing, the Major League Soccer league office encouraged teams to honor Wahl by reserving seats in his honor. Furthermore, they launched the hashtag #GrantWahl and asked supporters to share stories about how he had affected them and their lives.
Major League Soccer clubs have set aside seats in memory of late journalist Grant Wahl, who passed away suddenly while covering a World Cup match in Qatar. At 49 years old, Grant had covered soccer for major publications like Sports Illustrated and Fox Sports.
After more than two decades, Wahl was one of the most renowned soccer journalists in America. He wrote a bestselling book detailing David Beckham's influence on American soccer and was known for his outspoken criticism of human rights abuses within the sport.
Clubs often host media events in honor of Wahl, in addition to reserving seats. These can range from a special ceremony at the team's training facility to an exclusive press conference held in the club's press box.
FC Dallas was established in 1996 and was one of MLS's original ten charter clubs, joining the league during its inaugural year. Originally known as Dallas Burn SC, their name was changed to FC Dallas in 2004 to reflect their new brand identity.
Lamar Hunt designed the logo for Hunt Sports Group, featuring a Texas longhorn and the words "Dallas Football Club" set against a blue starburst emblem. This serves as the team's primary logo.
At first, the logo featured a fire-breathing mustang as an homage to Dallas' iconic flying red horse symbol that adorns the roof of Magnolia Petroleum Company building in 1934. But Lamar Hunt eventually rejected that concept for something more modern that appeals to a wider audience.
In 2004, he unveiled the FC Dallas logo. This rebranding included new uniforms and a logo featuring two red stars above a shield-shaped crest featuring crossed swords on either side of an orange soccer ball bearing the letters "FC" and "Dallas" beneath it.
The new logo is a simple but powerful representation of FC Dallas' passion for the game and the state of Texas' long history of pastoralism, both visible in its design.