If you are a Saatolog reader, you must have read the article of Aras Yetiş, who recently discussed Wimbledon. We are trying to catch tennis from a few points by taking advantage of the article starting from the tennis scorecard of 2022 and extending to Wimbledon’s high-stakes favorites. For those who want to turn a discipline in which high watchmaking, fashion, design and passion are felt, into a lifestyle, we bring together a few pieces that will reflect this style.
Casablanca is perhaps one of the most influential of the new generation fashion houses. Designer Charaf Tajer, who embraces a different concept every season and reflects these 360 degrees to every part of the brand, cathches the spirit of tennis this season. This shirt, named Reve de Tennis, created by the designer who adopted the colors of tennis to reflect the colorful attitude of Casablanca, is ideal to carry the spirit of the court on you. Casablanca’s collaboration with Bulgari should also be in the back of your mind to look at tennis from a different perspective…
Fred Perry Polo Neck T-Shirt
A brand that embeds tennis in its DNA, and even its eponymous figure is an important figure in the tennis world, Fred Perry, who won Wimbledon three times. Fred Perry, one of the first names that comes to mind when it comes to tennis style, integrates the court style of his inspiration into street style by passing it through current filters. This classic polo shirt you see in the photo is an archival piece taken from Fred Perry’s own wardrobe, reproduced and offered for sale. Phoenix Weir, winner of Fred Perry’s eponymous tennis tournament, is wearing a polo shirt.
Since Alessandro Michele became Gucci’s creative director, the brand has become more connected to its roots than ever before. When the legacy of the maison is added to Michele’s retro stance, pieces that commemorate the old with new codes emerge. Just like this tennis shoe redesigned with inspiration from the 1977 model… This sneaker, which has been filtered by Michele and adapted to the street, is 100% Italian leather. If you’re going to give your shopping list a tennis style update, here’s your new favorite.
Lacoste, which was founded by tennis player René Lacoste in 1933 and has made the spirit of tennis felt in every step since its establishment, is now on the way to rejuvenate to engrave the crocodile logo into the visual memory of the Z generation. Under the creative directorship of Louise Trotter, the brand has been on everyone’s radar for the last few seasons. This being the case, the classic Lacoste designs are also revived in our minds, and this piece, which will suit both the tennis court and the street, is added to our list.
As you know, Rolex leads the way when it comes to tennis. The tight bond between it and tennis affects both the wrists of players like Roger Federer, the court style and your wardrobe. Introduced in 2022, the new GMT-Master II is reborn with a black and green bezel disc inspired by its 1955 predecessor. The crown is on the left of the case, and the date window is located at 9 o’clock. With a power reserve of 70 hours, the new GMT-Master II (Ref: 126720VTNR) is an indispensable part of your tennis style.