The W in Designer: Flyest Fits of the Week (IV) - WNBA.com - Official Site of the WNBA
The athletes that represent the W are as righteous as anyone in the world of sports and thus are utilizing their attire in order to push for change in our society. With players and fans quickly adjusting to the 2022 season, fashion is becoming a more significant opportunity for sparking pivotal pre-game conversations. In the fourth edition of the “The W in Designer: Flyest Fits of the Week,” players are elevating sportswear into expressive outfits that capture what’s on their minds. When she’s not playing for the Minnesota Lynx, Aerial Powers explores emerging technologies like vlogging, video game streaming, and working as a Coinbase ambassador.
DeWanna Bonner has recently returned to the Connecticut Sun after playing overseas in Turkey. Satou Sabally, a 2021 WNBA All-Star is showing that she is an All-Star both on and off the court as she utilizes her pre-game outfits to uplift causes close to her heart. Breanna Stewart takes advantage of her tall silhouette by wearing lots of draping fabric while showing up to her game with the Seattle Storm. Named 2021’s WNBA Rookie of the Year as a member of the New York Liberty, Michaela Onyenwere has worked with stylist Sydney Bordonaro to create this dressed-up look.
Diamond DeShields has recently let the world learn more about her difficult journey after recovering from an intensive surgery to remove a spinal tumor. While arriving at her game with the Las Vegas Aces, Kelsey Plum wears her game-day manifesto on her back with her bold Tupac Me Against The World Tee. Newly hired WNBA reporter Kirsten Chen writes a lifestyle & fashion column on WNBA.
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