Sport stars Marcus Rashford, Lewis Hamilton and Serena Williams attend Moncler Genius show
- Marcus Rashford and Lewis Hamilton were present at Olympia London
- They joined a string of high profile guests for the Moncler Genius Show
- Rashford is enjoying incredible form at Manchester United
Marcus Rashford, Lewis Hamilton and Serena Williams were among the many high-profile guests at Monday night’s Moncler Genius Show.
The Manchester United striker, who is enjoying the best form of his career under Erik ten Hag this season, was pictured ahead of the event at Olympia London.
And Hamilton, who is taking some time off before the new Formula One season starts early next month, was also in attendance.
Rashford and Hamilton faced the cameras separately, both in Moncler jackets.
Monday night’s Art of Genius show was held to showcase the brand’s collections for the coming year.
It is the event’s fifth year and forms part of London Fashion Week. Both Hamilton and Rashford are known for their fashion extravagance, but they weren’t the only stars from the sporting world.
Serena Williams was also in attendance as her tennis future is still uncertain.
Last October, the 23-time Grand Slam champion from the United States teased that she was not retired and had a “very high” chance of competing again.
Rashford, Hamilton and Williams were the prominent names from the sporting world attending the London event, with celebrities such as Naomi Campbell and Pharrell Williams also pictured.
And as Williams and Hamilton near the end of their careers, Rashford is making a comeback.
He has scored 14 goals in the Premier League this season, four in the Europa League and five in the Carabao Cup.
The 24-year-old is the key player under Erik ten Hag and has helped lift United to third place in the table.
Hamilton, meanwhile, is aiming for a similar revival after losing at track to Max Verstappen in the last two seasons.
After the heartbreaking and controversial last-round defeat in Abu Dhabi in 2021, last year’s season was less competitive.
Hamilton finished the season in sixth place in the drivers’ standings, Max Verstappen was well ahead and British team-mate George Russell even left the seven-time champion behind.
With testing in Bahrain starting this week, the hard work begins for the Silver Arrows.
They are hoping for a far more competitive car this season in an extended 23-race calendar.