The Most Talked About Dress In Rome?

Agnieszka Radwanska turned heads all week at the Foro Italico with her Flower dress from the Lotto Maddy Dress collection. Read more about the dress here...

Published May 18, 2014 12:13


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ROME, Italy - The WTA stars turned heads all week at the Internazionali BNL d'Italia, but there was a dress in particular that drew a lot of attention at the Foro Italico - the appropriately-named "Flower" dress worn by Agnieszka Radwanska, the first of three dresses from the Lotto Maddy Dress collection.

The dress, which features floral print that echoes a theme of booming meadows and springtime, is the first of three limited edition dresses that take inspiration from the fashion world without conceding technical performance. The second dress will be releaved at the US Open in late August and the third one will be unveiled at the BNP Paribas WTA Championships Singapore presented by SC Global.

Radwanska talked about the dress during a photo shoot at the Colosseum with two Miss Italy contestants, Giulia Arena and Maria Selena Filippo. "It's always great to have a nice dress on the court, and this one is very colorful and fashionable," Radwanska said. "On the court we're pretty much running and sweating, but on the other side we're still girls, and we still want to look good on the court."

Check the dress out at Tennis Warehouse (here for Europe and here for the US & rest of the world).

Agnieszka Radwanska

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