Listen, Jennifer Lopez does not age (is she a vampire?), and if you need further proof, please direct your eyes to Versace's Spring 2020 runway. It was there that J.Lo strutted her stuff in a design that was almost identical to the iconic, cut-to-the-navel, leaf-printed dress she wore to the 2000 Grammys, and unsurprisingly, the star was still working it 19 years laters.
While this revamped version didn't include sleeves, it still had a plunging neckline and slit skirt, which opened up as the star walked, revealing her toned legs and vine-inspired heels. As the dress billowed out behind Lopez and people rushed to grab their phones, it was pretty much confirmed: this appearance will be something we talk about long after Milan Fashion Week is over.
Of course, this isn't the first time Versace chose to reference J.Lo's history-making look. Earlier this year, the fashion house released a collaboration with lifestyle brand Concepts, creating a sneaker inspired by the design.
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