Danielle Collins was spotted at multiple fashion shows during New York Fashion Week, one of them being Veronica Beard. The American is a brand ambassador for the contemporary fashion brand and recently revealed she's headlining their latest campaign.

Veronica Beard's "Make is Happen" campaign is all about showcasing women that inspire the brand. The campaign will feature 40 women in total from various backgrounds, but all are trailblazers in their respective crafts. Each one will reveal their routines and most importantly how they make it happen.

Collins knows a thing or two about making it happen. Ever since she picked up a racquet at just seven-years-old, she's turned her dreams into reality on the tennis court. At 26 years old, she's still chasing after her dreams and is loving every second of it. In 2021, Collins captured her first WTA title in Palermo before claiming the WTA 500 event in San Jose.


Years of hard work and passion for the game propelled her to where she is now, and she sat down with Veronica Beard to talk about the hustle and what it means to her.

"Hustle means being gritty," she told Veronica Beard. "It means working hard every day, no matter what adversaries are thrown at you. It means working towards your goals, and getting back on the horse when you get thrown off. It means not being scared to take chances, wearing your heart on your sleeve, and doing all of this with a sense of joy and purpose because you have a true passion for what you do."

Collins spoke about how she started playing tennis, why she loves Veronica Beard, secret work weapons and also shared her morning musts in the exclusive interview.

"Matcha tea, a cuddle session with my dogs, and some meditation," Collins said when explaining her morning must-do's.

Collins fell in the US Open's third round to world No. 2 Aryna Sabalenka.