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The Best Fashion Moments From The 2021 Olympics

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From performers to team uniforms, here are the Tokyo 2021 fashion moments that stole the Olympics.

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Telfar-Designed Liberia Uniforms

Liberian-American designer Telfar Clemens designed Liberia’s opening ceremony looks, proving that he’s making a sartorial impact all around the globe.
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Team USA’s Gymnastics Uniforms

From Simone Biles to Suni Lee, the USA team’s gymnasts wore a flurry of custom leotards designed by GK Elite featuring thousands of Swarovski crystals and a red, white, and blue theme that commanded the spotlight.
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The German Gymnastics Team Unitards

Germany’s gymnastics team chose to wear full-length unitards instead of bikini-bottomed leotards, making headlines over their choice to defy convention and disrupt what many people view as sexist uniform mandates in sports.
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Naomi Osaka’s Red Nike Dress

Naomi Osaka represented Japan in the 2021 Olympics, winning her first singles round against China in a bright red Nike dress and matching visor which she styled with contrasting orange kicks.
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Jill Biden’s Olympics Ralph Lauren Outfit

Jill Biden chose to wear the full Ralph Lauren team USA uniform from the Opening Ceremonies to watch a 3x3 basketball game, swim races, and more, styling it with an American flag-clad mask that bears her name.
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Misia’s Opening Ceremony Gown

During the Opening Ceremonies, Japanese singer-songwriter Misia performed the country’s national anthem wearing a rainbow gown made of tulle, designed by Tomo Koizumi.
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Nastia Liukin’s Kobe & Gigi Bryant Tribute

Nastia Liukin wore bright purple for the first day of the Olympics, choosing Safiyaa pants, a Zimmermann top, and Tom Ford heels, which she noted on her story was to honor Kobe Bryant and his daughter.
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Tom Daley’s Knitted Jumpers

You can’t forget swimmer Tom Daley’s in-between race knitting which just gave fans reason to do a deep dive into his already-made knits on his Instagram account, including the Olympics-inspired jumper he created.
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Roos Zwetsloot’s Skateboarding Outfit

Skateboarding was included as an Olympic sport for the first time this Summer, and the looks were bold and colorful across the board. One of the best came from skater Roos Zwetsloot of the Netherlands, who chose a pair of white jeans with embroidered birds.