The queen, the legend, the diva: J.Lo has done it again. 20 years after she broke everyone’s brain in 2000 with a plunging green dress at the Grammys, Jennifer Lopez wore the iconic green Grammys dress at Milan Fashion Week, cementing Versace’s spring 2020 show as the event of the season. It wasn’t the exact same dress (though we do wonder whether she still owns it): It was a reimagined, updated version, and Lopez walked out in it to wild applause. While the dress may have subtly changed, there’s one thing no one can deny: 20 years later, Lopez looks better than ever.
Just in case this wasn’t good enough (it totally was), Donatella Versace added another pop of drama to the reveal. After the models had finished their walks, Versace voice came on over the speakers, Google image searching for the green Versace dress. Images filled the screens around the room — and then, Lopez came out onto the runway showcasing the updated version. We’ve said it before, we’ll say it again: iconic.
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Twitter, being Twitter, has promptly lost its mind over this development, accurately reflecting the current mood and level of calm about this 20-year-old throwback. (Hint: there is no calm.) “Twenty years after Google Image Search was invented for her, in this dress – @JLo takes to the @Versace runway,” one tweet reads. Another adds: “oh my god J.Lo walked in the Versace show in THE dress(ish).”
— Penny Martin (@PennyJaneMartin) September 20, 2019
.@JLo is literally one of the most beautiful women on this Earth!
JLo walking the Versace runway 😫❤️ pic.twitter.com/DFLctGnNXw
— Jason Bolaños (@JBinAV) September 20, 2019
— Vanessa Friedman (@VVFriedman) September 20, 2019
oh my god J.Lo walked in the Versace show in THE dress(ish)
— Jarett Wieselman (@JarettSays) September 20, 2019
J. Lo closing the Versace show in The Green Dress in honor of its 20-year anniversary is a stroke of genius pic.twitter.com/JkKCtSvQAP
— Kevin O'Keeffe (@kevinpokeeffe) September 20, 2019
Still breathing? Excellent. Allow us to remind you that this was also the year J.Lo got engaged, starred in massive hit feature film Hustlers, and (probably) booked the 2020 Super Bowl halftime show. Is there anything this woman can’t do?!