From Prada to Balmain, Here's What the Next WNBA Stars Wore On Draft Night

Caitlin Clark wearing a Prada white satin set and black accessories at the 2024 WNBA Draft.

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Last night, Caitlin Clark, Angel Reese, Cameron Brink, and the rest of the WNBA draft class of 2024 took over the Brooklyn Academy of Music in New York to find out where they’ll be heading in a few months, trading in their college jerseys for professional ones. And not one of the above wasted the opportunity to ditch their usual uniforms for something a little less comfortable.

For the orange carpet outside of the venue, Clark, the all-time leading scorer in college basketball history and this year’s number-one draft pick, made history once again by wearing Prada from head to toe. “Dressing an athlete for the draft was a first for Prada, and this is obviously a first for Caitlin too,” the star athlete’s stylist, Adri Zgirdea Toth, tells Who What Wear. “Both are at the forefront of what they do—it just made sense.” Specifically, she wore a white double-satin miniskirt and matching shirt with an embroidered, rhinestone-mesh crop top underneath. On the accessories front, she picked black slingback pumps, the brand’s Galleria handbag, and orange-tinted sunglasses. “Her look was elegant, classic, timeless, with a little extra sparkle, just like Caitlin,” Zgirdea Toth says.