Found March 23, 2013 on Tennis Grand Stand:
PLAYERS: Jelena Jankovic
March 23, 2013 — On Friday evening at the Sony Open in Miami, world No. 24 Jelena Jankovic debuted FILA’s new tennis dress created by its first Facebook design contest winner, Samantha Swank. The flirty pink design melts into a white border, and (our favorite part!) the back of the dress is apparently inspired by the human spine. The flattering feminine lines combined with the exquisite silhouette make this a great statement tennis dress from Fila. Currently a junior at East Stroudsberg University, Swank entered the Facebook contest last summer after receiving her associate’s degree in fashion from the Art Institute of Philadelphia. Last night, Swank was able to see her design in action for the first time as she enjoyed Jankovic’s match courtside with her mother and boyfriend. Fila Facebook design contest winner Samantha Swank courtside for debut of her design at the 2013 Sony Open Samantha Swank’s winning Fila tennis dress design What is most inspiring though, is that Fila...

Found on Facebook. Jelena Jankovic debuts a winning design for the court.

A first went down in pro tennis fashion Friday night at the Sony Open. Jelena Jankovic wore a tennis dress designed by a fashion student who submitted her design to Fila on Facebook. Samantha Swank, pictured below, is a junior at East Stroudsberg University, PA who received her associate's degree in fashion from the Art Institute of Philadelphia. She won Fila USA's 2012 Facebook...
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