Agnieszka Radwanska definitely had the most intriguing fashion year of WTA players and I thoroughly enjoyed doing this overview of all her 2015 Lotto dresses. The collage is part of my annual Fashion Retrospections, that this year I opened with world number one Serena Williams’ Nike styles and third-ranked Garbine Muguruza’s Adidas by Stella McCartney sporty romantics.
The start of the year was highly subdued in Radwanska’s case, as she wore this classic white/navy dress at her first four events of the season, including the Australian Open.
Things started heating up at Indian Wells, when the world number five introduced the long-awaited Lotto Spring Victoria Dress which features statement mesh lace accents on back, neckline and bottom hem.
The lace dress style turned out to be one of designs that absolutely marked 2015 and its most extraordinary version was this black one that Aga first showcased in Miami.
In Stuttgart, Radwanska reverted to her traditional Lotto look, just as early in the season, and slid on the Porsche Tennis Grand Prix court in her Lotto Raptor Evo Clay shoes.
For Roland Garros Lotto prepared a major shock in the form of the Lotto Lux Diamond Dress that I like to call the disco ball dress. Even though Radwanska lost in the first round already, no campaign was too short for this clothing item to make headlines and stick in our memory.
After Paris, Radwanska opened the grasscourt section of the season in the Lotto Keylee Dress, unique for its laser cuts on bottom hem and a square neck with several layers. In Nottingham, the Pole sported the grey version of the dress and screaming red shorts underneath.
At Eastbourne and Wimbledon, Radwanska turned to the white version of the laser-cut-accented design.
In Stanford, Radwanska got back to her silver dress, while in Toronto we witnessed one of the biggest tennis fashion surprises ever, as although we have grown immune to such clothing experiments when Bethanie Mattek Sands executes them, Lotto’s metallic version of the silver dress and an addition of an animal print to it, made the entire tennis world buzzing, even those that don’t pay attention to tennis fashion.
At the US Open, Radwanska gave more space to lace, wearing the red juice version of the well-known lace design now officially called the Lotto Fall Victoria Dress, while at the following tournaments we also saw the blue cosmo color of the dress, paired with the Lotto Vector VI shoes.
Wearing the Lotto Fall Victoria Dress, Radwanska won all her three titles of 2015: Tokyo, Tianjin and the WTA Finals. Do you remember my complete fashion overview of the season-ending Singapore event?
I can’t wait to hear your thoughts about Radwanska’s 2015 fashion season. I loved it! Even though none of the styles are actually my Top 5 fashion choices of the year, I really enjoyed the refreshment all the unexpected designs brought to the WTA apparel world and in that sense they are my favorites.
And last but not least, to get a complete picture of the evolution of Radwanska’s partnership with Lotto, check out my 2012 and 2014 overviews of the 26-year-old’s fashion: