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RUNWAY MODELS: The WALL STREET JOURNAL's Stu Woo notes Open Racket surveyed fans at the U.S. Open to get "reaction to some of the notable outfits worn." Women loved Caroline Wozniacki's "daring if unusual Adidas by Stella McCartney blue-and-black cutout dress." Most "amateur critics found Venus Williams's bright pink hair and floral dress from her own brand, EleVen, to be too loud" (WALL STREET JOURNAL, 8/29). SI.com's Jon Wertheim noted Victoria Duval wore a dress from EleVen (SI.com, 8/28).