The past decade has been revolutionary in the fashion and entertainment spheres. Millennials and Gen Z have been making their mark on trends, politics, and more, while the rise of social media platforms like Instagram have reshaped the inner kitchen of pop culture. Influencers have reached a new level of power in marketing products and celebrities connected their fans more intimately than ever.
In one of the biggest trends of the decade, celebrities have launched some of the most successful lines. As Lady Gaga remarked upon when announcing Haus Laboratories, it seems every celebrity has a beauty brand now (and with Kylie Jenner's billionaire status, we can see why), but another major trend has been in the fashion industry. Whether working with established houses or releasing eponymous collections, so many stars are finding sartorial success — and the likes of Rihanna and the Olsen twins have transitioned so seamlessly, it can be hard to differentiate them from someone whose career has always been in design. See all the biggest celebrity fashion designers below.
In the spirit of sportsmanship, Williams didn’t back down—in fact, she may have even stepped up her style game as a result. You probably remember the amazing black catsuit she wore at the 2018 French Open (which was unfairly banned for a "lack of respect for the game"), which she wore to promote her new fashion label, S by Serena. The star athlete also attended friend Meghan Markle's royal wedding reception in Valentino and fêted her Fall 2019 collection with a show at New York Fashion Week, so it seems nothing is stopping her.