What We Know About Naomi Osaka's New Swimwear Line

It seems there's nothing Naomi Osaka can't do. The 23-year-old tennis player started her professional career in 2013 and soon qualified for top-rated championships including the Women's Tennis Association tour championship, the U.S. Open, and the Grand Slam (via her website profile). Besides her athletic achievements, the Japanese-Haitian athlete is an outspoken racial justice activist. In the 2020 U.S. Open, Osaka wore face masks with the names of seven Black people who had been victims of police brutality as a way to bring attention to the issue. Osaka is dating Grammy-nominated rapper Cordae, who is also deeply involved in the Black Lives Matter movement (via Elle).

Off the court, Osaka has become a fashion icon. She was featured on the cover of Vogue, has created her own collections with brands such as Strathberry and Nike, and even has her own Barbie doll. Her latest project is a swimsuit collection with Frankies Bikinis that will be launching some products on May 10 and more on May 19, according to People

Osaka's swimsuit line will come in a variety of sizes

Naomi Osaka made the swimsuit collection Instagram official by posting a photo of herself rocking pink hair and a matching pink swimsuit. "Happy to say that I've been working on a collection with Frankies Bikinis and it's coming out soon," she wrote. She soon got flooded by supportive comments including one from fellow tennis players Venus Williams. "Did it on 'em!" wrote the seven-time Grand Slam winner (via WTA Tour).

According to People, the swimsuits will come in a wide range of sizes, up to 2XL, with a price range between $80 and $190. "I think it's really important for brands to design for all women, not just certain sizes or shapes or body types. For me, it's important to align myself with brands that make inclusivity a priority," Osaka said in a press release (via The Zoe Report). 

We're expecting to see more fashion collections by Osaka, as she revealed in an interview with People that she plans to join the fashion industry in the future. "I'd like to start my own brand one day, probably together with my sister, but for now I'm loving collab'ing with some great designers and learning the craft and the business," she told the outlet.