Lindsey Vonn was pretty in pink when she lent her luster to a glittering Ralph Lauren and W magazine event in Miami this week.
The bash was thrown as part of Art Basel, an internationally famous art fair that has proven over the years to be flypaper for celebrities.
This year was no exception, and amid the cavalcade of famous faces who flocked to Florida for the extravaganza, Lindsey made her presence felt.
For her latest public appearance, the retired skier modeled a bubblegum trouser suit that was fashionably oversized and featured retro flared trousers.
As she swanned around the event, Lindsey could be spotted mingling with singer and actress Janelle Monae, who posed up a storm in a monochrome look.
Lindsey Vonn was pretty in pink when she lent her luster to a glittering Ralph Lauren and W magazine event in Miami this week
As she swanned around the event, Lindsey could be spotted mingling with singer and actress Janelle Monae , who posed up a storm in a monochrome look
Lindsay’s latest leggy outing comes amid her relationship with Diego Osorio, the steamy founder of the tequila brand Lobos 1707.
The pair of them have evidently been romantically involved for about two and a half years, having first been linked in May 2021.
Just a few months earlier, it had emerged that she and hockey player PK Subban had ended their more than yearlong engagement and three-year romance.
She was previously married to fellow skier Thomas Vonn for four years and after her divorce she dated Tiger Woods from 2013 to 2015.
During an appearance on the podcast What I’ve Learned, with Arianna Huffington she said the divorce ‘reinvigorated’ her professionally.
‘That was the first time after I was divorced that I really felt like I was doing things a hundred percent on my own,’ she said.
The accomplished athlete and former Olympian added: ‘I was able to channel all of my emotions into ski racing and it worked out well.’
As a pro skier Lindsey won World Cup overall championships, but she announced her retirement from the sport in 2019 following multiple knee injuries.
Lindsay’s latest leggy outing comes amid her relationship with Diego Osorio, the steamy founder of the tequila brand Lobos 1707; pictured last month in Las Vegas
In her memoir Rise, published at the beginning of last year, Lindsey laid her soul bare about the personal crisis she endured after giving up pro skiing.
‘Over that first year in retirement, I traveled through all the stages of grief – denial, pain, anger, bargaining, depression, reconstruction, acceptance,’ she wrote.
‘In a way, though, it only seemed fitting, because it was like part of me had died. I needed to fully mourn the chapter that was closing before I could embrace whatever came next,’ added the Minnesota-born sportswoman.
She explained: ‘I desperately missed the mental cycle that athletes exist inside— preparation, hard work, feedback, performance. You win or lose, then you get back up and do it again. Without that singular focus, I felt aimless.’