Arthur Ashe Profile: Hailey Wilcox
We recently sat down with B.C. tennis player Hailey Wilcox, who last year received the Welles Crowther Award for women’s tennis while going undefeated in singles at both the Brown and Harvard Invitationals.
Arthur Ashe Profile: Bryce Pereira
We recently sat down with UCLA tennis alum (and current USC tennis coach) Bryce Pereira to chat about his love for the sport, what keeps him going, and what Arthur Ashe’s legacy means to him.
Arthur Ashe Profile: Davie
Brooklyn-based musician Davie first broke onto the scene with singles “Black Gospel”, “Roll With Me” and “Walk That Walk” in 2017, leading to appearances with Lizzo and Selena Gomez and performances at Bonnaroo, ACL and Lollapalooza the next year. We recently chatted with the musician, who is “focused on creating music that brings joy globally."
Remembering Arthur Ashe, 30 Years Later
Thirty years ago today, Arthur Ashe passed away at the age of 49. Today we celebrate his legacy, including the many ways Ashe wrought goodness from difficulty throughout his incredible life.
Arthur Ashe x Aminé
We’re excited to name Grammy-nominated rapper, singer and songwriter Aminé — otherwise known as Adam Aminé Daniel — as Arthur Ashe’s first official Brand Ambassador.
Arthur Ashe Profile: Thai-Son Kwiatkowski
We recently sat down with Vietnamese-American tennis player (and friend of the brand) Thai-Son Kwiatkowski, who, in 2017, won the NCAA Men’s Singles Championship for the University of Virginia.
Arthur Ashe Profile: RaShad Oliver
Introducing RaShad Oliver, a Memphis, Tennessee native who’s currently a senior majoring in finance at Howard University. RaShad has been involved with the school’s ELITE Models, serving as the organization’s Vice President, Treasurer, and Head of Photography.
Arthur Ashe NYC Pop-Up Shop
In conjunction with the official launch of the brand, our NYC pop-up shop is open now through September 5. Come by, say hello, and browse the debut Arthur Ashe collection.
Arthur Ashe Lookbook
Our first lookbook, celebrating the release of our debut collection, was shot on location at The West Side Tennis Club in Forest Hills, Queens — the site of Arthur Ashe’s historic, barrier-breaking victory over Tom Okker at the 1968 US Open.