Anna Wintour returned to the US Open on Thursday, this time in the company of her daughter Bee Carrozzini.
The Vogue editor-in-chief, 68, and her 31-year-old daughter were spotted at Flushing Meadows along with actor Damian Lewis, 47, who sat between them.
For her fourth appearance at the tournament, Wintour relied on her trademark look and donned a short-sleeved white dress printed with blue vases.
Fans: Anna Wintour returned to the US Open on Thursday, this time in the company of her daughter Bee Carrozzini and actor Damian Lewis
Style: Wintour went for one of her trademark printed dresses, this time going for an off-white number with blue vases on it, while Shaffer went for a multicolored summer dress
Group: The Vogue editor-in-chief, 68, and Shaffer, 31, were spotted at Flushing Meadows along with Lewis, 47, who sat between them
Having a blast: The trio seemed in high spirits as they watched Roger Federer, 37, win against French player Benoît Paire, 29
Laughing: Shaffer, Lewis, and Wintour seemed to share quite a few jokes
She wore her hair in her classic bob and accessorized with a statement necklace, following her signature formula for a stylish outfit.
Wintour also hid her eyes behind large white sunglasses as she sat in the bleachers.
Her daughter Bee, who changed her last name from Shaffer when she tied the knot with Francesco Carrozzini in July during two ceremonies (one in the US and one in Italy), went for a pale blue and yellow summer dress with orange straps tying around her shoulders.
She wore her long, straight brown hair down and, like her mother, made sure to wear black shades during the sunny day.
As for Lewis, he too went for a printed look, picking an olive green button-down shirt with a white floral pattern.
He paired it with beige pants and, like Wintour and Shaffer, accessorized with black sunglasses.
We see you! Lewish flashed two fingers in direction of the camera while Shaffer beamed
Outfit: Shaffer went for a summer dress with orange straps tied around her shoulders
Hydrated: She and Lewis kept bottles of water handy amid the hot end-of-summer weather
Fun! Bee and Damian were photographed enjoying some witty banter as the actor went to fill up their water
All three were seen cracking up during the game, which saw Roger Federer, 37, defeat his French opponent Benoît Paire, 29.
Wintour, a tennis fan, has been following the US Open closely throughout the week.
She was on hand for Day 3 of the Open on Wednesday, her third day in a row attending matches in Queens.
For her third appearance, the arbiter of style sat in the stands with friends, cracking a smile as she watched Serena Williams best Carina Witthoeft at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center.
The editor was all smiles when she arrived for the match in a shin-length floral dress — which, shockingly, had long sleeves despite high temperatures of 92°F in New York on Wednesday.
She paired the sunny poppy-print number with her go-to nude Manolo Blahnik sandals — which are custom-made for her by the man himself, naturally — and one of her signature multicolored beaded necklaces.
Trademark: Wintour accessorized her printed dress with a statement necklace
Sartorial: The Vogue boss wore her hair in her usual bob and hid her eyes behind large black sunglasses
Simple” Shaffer wore her long, straight brown hair down and at one point removed her shades
The Vogue boss also carried a floral bag and, of course, topped the whole look off with dark sunglasses.
She sat in Serena’s box to watch her play, sitting beside Vanity Fair contributor Anne McNally. Also in the box were Senera’s sister Lyndrea Price, Serena’s mother Oracene Price, and her husband Alexis Ohanian.
According to eyewitnesses, she seemed pleased as she watched Serena win, though the fashion editor didn’t remark publicly on the athlete’s choice of a purple tutu for the game.
The previous evening, Tuesday, the Vogue editor-in-chief smiled in the stands for Roger Federer’s match against Yoshihito Nishioka.
Ever the VIP, she sat in Federer’s box at Arthur Ashe stadium as well, just behind his wife, Mirka.
She wore a black, white, and purple dress that night, teamed with Manolos, a beaded necklace, and sunglasses, as well as a small woven clutch.
Focus: The trio regained its composure to watch the match
Conversation: Both Shaffer and Wintour seemed to enjoy the company of Lewis
Relax: Wintour appeared to have a great time as she spent her fourth day at the Open
This week, Federer told press that he often asks Wintour for fashion advice, and got her opinion before signing his new sponsorship deal with UNIQLO.
‘Sometimes I have called her up in the past and asked her for [fashion] advice,’ he said, according to AOL.
‘Sometimes she likes to know what I’m going to wear. She asked me what I was wearing to the US Open and I would show her and she has her comments and sometimes when I have choices, I’ll show her.
‘Especially when it comes to New York and Wimbledon. She’s very particular in wanting to know before everybody else what’s going on.’
And back on the first night of the Open, on Monday, Wintour turned up for the occasion as well.
Winner: Federer won his match against Paire under the gaze of Wintour, Shaffer, and Lewis
Previously: Wintour was seen in a floral dress on Wednesday at the Open (left) and in another printed number on Tuesday (right)
She sat with friend Wendy Murdoch, and spent time chatting with Gayle King, Hugh Jackman (her favorite action star of all time, according to her 73 Questions interview), and Hugh’s wife Deborra-lee Furness.
She wore a similar printed dress, beaded necklace, and heels, and was seen laughing with her companions in the stands.
A tennis player herself — she regularly gets up early to play before work — Wintour also frequently pops up at other tournaments.
In her 2014, 73 Questions video for Vogue, she gave shout-outs to her two favorite players, saying her dream women’s doubles partner would be Serena, and her dream mixed doubles partner would be Federer.