Serena Williams at the S Line Fashion Show
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Serena Williams, our favorite multitalented tennis star, had a busy week during New York Fashion Week.

Williams' Fashion Week moment came on the heels of her US Open final match against Bianca Andreescu. 

She slayed the runway with the debut of her size-inclusive, ready-to-wear fashion line, S by Serena Williams. Not to mention, the tennis great had her 2-year-old daughter, Olympia, on her hip throughout the show. Williams' line is all about inclusivity and body positivity, something she has opened up about in the past. 

The diverse array of models on the catwalk was inspiring, and fans of the show can buy the looks online in sizes ranging from XS to 3X. 

Williams shared a series of proud portraits from the event. 

So many of Williams' famous friends and her family came out to support her New York Fashion Week debut. Less than three days after she competed at the US Open, Williams was working her label and showing off the size-inclusive pieces. "I’m still feeling all of the excitement and energy from everyone who attended and made the @serena NYFW show possible," the talented athlete wrote. 

Williams calls all of her plus sizes, anywhere from 1X to 3X, "greats" in an effort to be more body positive. 

The designer told Elle backstage at the show, "It was important for me to create different things for different people and different body types. I like the word inclusivity as opposed to exclusive, because I feel like when you’re inclusive, it just makes a difference and it’s where we should be heading more now." 

The line was inspired by the empowered women in Williams' life and those she looks up to, such as her mother, her sister Venus Williams, another tennis great Billie Jean King, and even Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour. 

The runway collection is available online for a limited amount of time, until Sunday Sept. 15, at 3:30 p.m. EST. 

Standout animal prints and vibrant colors were predominant throughout the show. Williams looked to '90s street fashion to inspire her designs, according to Elle. The runway show featured diverse models of varying races and body types. 

Klarna Style360 hosted Williams' show and shared a first look at the show. 

Williams' famous friends, like Kim Kardashian West and Wintour, were in attendance at the tennis star's show. Hosting some of the biggest celebrity fashion designers, Klarna Style360 aimed to celebrate "women who break limits, boundaries, and traditions." And that definitely sums up Williams. 

Even though Williams didn't take home the championship title at the US Open, she still played an incredible game and fought fiercely. 

Williams has enough accomplishments under her belt and one loss won't deter her from a successful week. The 37-year-old celebrated her overwhelming week with her family and friends who supported her through ups and downs. Her adorable daughter, Olympia, was also there every step of the way.