Jennifer Lopez is no doubt an icon in many categories, but as she celebrates her triumph in "Hustlers" she's also triumphant in her fashion choices. However, this year isn't her first time strutting down the red carpet, already knowing how to stun.
With "Hustlers" wracking up nominations this awards season, Lopez has all eyes on her again. She's making history as a Latinx actress in a box office hit film, and in celebration, she's going to look as spectacular as possible.
Golden Globes 2020
The Golden Globes, home to the Hollywood Foreign Press, and Lopez's place to conquer a red carpet. She walked in wearing a white, green, and gold Valentino Couture dress. It's a ballgown style with the colors in solid layers, the gold layer a large bow around her waist.
Lopez's hair was done up in a bun of several braids while she wore an emerald necklace around her neck. This look says everything about her presence, she's fierce and ready to win.
Grammy Awards 2000
Ever since her 2000 Grammys entrance with that intense green Versace dress, Lopez has audiences watching. It was intense, transparent, and had a plunging neckline that had everyone gawking. It clung to her in the best way, accentuating her curves to her advantage.
Today, she has returned with the dress to be the face of Versace's new campaign, revisiting their old ties. This dress is a reminder that Lopez is timeless and will always be relevant in American pop culture and fashion.
Critics Choice Awards 2020
Lopez's Critic Choice Awards look is priceless, a bejeweled, backless cream gown that streamlines down her silhouette. She pairs it off with dangling diamond earrings, diamond rings, and, of course, a diamond bracelet. Her long hair is pulled back from her forehead as it waterfalls behind her.
The gown is a satin Georges Hobeika and practically screams class and elegance. Lopez's choice for a night in Santa Monica pays tribute to California's formalwear while subtly putting her twist of style.
Lopez's look for last year's Oscars was a glam disco ball and everybody loved it. The sparkly artwork of a dress was a Tom Ford and she kept it the centerpiece by letting her hair fall down as it normally does.
That night, Lopez was awarding her peers and promoting "Hustlers" before it came out. Although Lopez and "Hustlers" were snubbed this Oscar season, she'll always have her fashion choices. Not to mention, she doesn't need validation from The Academy because she already knows she's too good!