Celebrity Serena Williams Serena Williams and Olympia Twinned on the Red Carpet Right down to a pair of bejeweled asymmetrical boots. By Christopher Luu Christopher Luu Instagram Twitter Christopher is a Southern California-based editor and has been with InStyle since 2018. He covers all things entertainment, celebrity, and culture. InStyle's editorial guidelines Published on November 15, 2021 @ 04:06PM Pin Share Tweet Email Game, set, match. Serena Williams and her daughter, Olympia, arrived at the red carpet premiere of King Richard in a pair of coordinating outfits that continue their matching M.O. — only instead of tennis unitards or neon bathing suits, they opted for bejeweled black outfits for the big event. Williams wore a one-leg David Koma jumpsuit from the British label's Spring 2022 collection and long, black gloves. The dress featured crystal detailing and a shimmering logo detail, though the star of the whole look may be Williams's boot, which sparkled with a similar embellishment. Now, imagine that look times two, because Olympia wore a very similar look, right down to the one bedazzled leg (she paired her look with flat Mary Janes, compared to her mother's heels). She skipped the gloves, though, and paid tribute to her aunt Venus with beaded braids. Photo by Jon Kopaloff/Getty Images Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times via Getty Images Serena Williams Paired Her Sports Bra With a Tutu "It's such an interesting film and it's really a great story about my dad," Williams told Access Hollywood. "You understand how we became who we are and what we do and the passion it has for us. Seeing so many characters in the film, you know, it's really emotional. The movie is just really really amazing." King Richard chronicles the lives of the Williams sisters as they grew up playing tennis in Compton, Calif. And while the film may shine the spotlight on the dynamic duo's father, Richard Williams, played by Will Smith, it's clear that Serena and Olympia are making sure they (and their outfits) get plenty of attention, too.