Wimbledon was a star-studded affair.
Of course, there was no shortage of classic court style in the seats and at red-carpet happenings that supported the sports event.
At the Evian Live Suite for the tournament, Ellen DeGeneres rocked a pair of her namesake Chapala sneakers while posing for photos at the venue.
The comedienne’s ED shoe collection launched exclusively at Nordstrom in March with price points ranging from $89 to $110 for the spring ’16 collection. She teamed the kicks with white trousers, a button-down top and blue-gray bomber jacket.
The talk-show host was joined by Oscar winner Alicia Vikander, who had on a black strapless top and long dark blue skirt with black sandals.
Sienna Miller had on a white summer dress with tan sandal heels that featured braiding textile on the counter, toe box and ankle strap while watching the game at the Ralph Lauren VIP Suite.
She was joined by fellow movie star Freida Pinto, who had on a white blazer and long skirt that was teamed with champagne-colored pointed-toe heels. Diane Keaton arrived in a long white dress and chunky platforms.
Meanwhile at the All England Lawn Tennis Club, the final day of the men’s tournament was a bit more of a formal affair for Bradley Cooper, who looked dapper in a navy blue suit while taking in the game from the Royal Box.
On Friday, he opted for more casual attire, including Nike sneakers, jeans and a T-shirt, with his sweetheart Irina Shayk by his side.
The supermodel was dressed head to toe in Givenchy, including sunglasses, a blouse, trousers, purse and a pair of the brand’s ankle-strap nude Retra sandals, which retail for $695.
Benedict Cumberbatch greeted Cooper at the Royal Box, wearing a sharp teal suit and brown Oxford shoes.
Hugh Grant was also suited in navy blue, adding a pair of black loafers to complete a more formal look. However, his girlfriend Anna Elisabet Eberstein arrived in iconoclast style.
The producer had on a low-cut white bandage dress that had peekaboo panels and white lace-up Chanel wedges.
Tennis fans Kate Middleton and Prince William also watched the game at the stadium.