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Cibulkova launches "Domi" fashion line

Dominika Cibulkova launches her Domi collection in Bratislava

Dominika Cibulkova has joined the ever-growing list of WTA players who have their clothing collection and launched her brand called "Domi" on Monday in Bratislava, precisely at the Plaza Club Bratislava. My Facebook friend Stéphane Martinache was right there and these are his pics.

Hat from Cibulkova's Domi collection

The collection features hats and shirts with Cibulkova's image and the word "Pome", meaning "Come on" in Slovak.

Bartoli helps Domi launch her collection

Another tennis-player-turned-fashion-designer Marion Bartoli was there to support her friend and to further promote her shoe wings. Remember that at the Australian Open Cibulkova was giving a shout-out to Bartoli's accessories?

Cibulkova with Miso Navara

Cibulkova's fiancé Miso Navara was also there, as well as her parents – mother Katarina and father Milan.

Domi 

The Domi clothes will be available as of the upcoming Fed Cup weekend.

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4 thoughts on “Cibulkova launches "Domi" fashion line

  1. Liz

    Everytime I see the picture of Dominika with these weird purple beams of light around her head…. I think it's weird. Great to see Dominika do something like this off court. I do hope she won't be creating clothes with only this strange text signatures… IMHO not very wearable in other countries ;)

  2. Marija Post author

    Liz, I don't see it as a problem that the exclamation is in Slovak, I would just like the collection to be more versatile in terms of design and not just words/images put on ordinary hats/shirts. At least that's what it looks like from what I've seen so far.

  3. Liz

    I completely agree. That's what I mentioned with the text signatures. At the moment it looks like tourist shirts you can buy in every major city…

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