Ash Barty Stuns & Trades Her Tennis Whites For Designer Whites In Amazing Aussie Vogue Cover

Ash Barty Stuns & Trades Her Tennis Whites For Designer Whites In Amazing Aussie Vogue Cover

Ash Barty stuns on the cover of Australia’s latest Vogue issue. Forget her serve in tennis, she is now serving looks!

Barty’s debut Vogue cover shows her with her hair pulled back in a simple ponytail wearing Polo Ralph Lauren and Tiffany & Co. It’s a sleek and chic look and like you’ve never seen her before.

Barty was well and truly out of her tennis whites and into designer threads and interestingly Vogue went for a classic look with the tennis superstar – less wow factor more subtle fabulousness.

The photography for the cover was done by James Giles and the styling by Kailia Matthews.

You’d be hard-pressed to find an Australian that doesn’t love Barty. She’s talented, hardworking and she can hold her own on the cover of Vogue.

She’s also not known for throwing tantrums or starting social media wars like her male contemporaries.

Barty opened up to Vogue about love, success and being back to play at The Australian Open.

Barty told Vogue, “Having played much of last year behind closed doors in a sense of not being able to connect with the fans or being able to enjoy it with them, I hope that this year in Australia we have that because that’s the very best part.”

In Vogue, Barty looks like a minimalist fashion icon and it’s a moment the fashion and tennis world deserves. Game, set and match.




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