Jennifer Lopez walks up to the gondola and poses for what seems to be Dolce & Gabbana’s new promotional event, looking like an absolute royal!
Jennifer Lopez, 52, to kill again. The singer “The Jenny From The Block” wore a gorgeous strapless tulle gown from an Italian luxury brand and was shocked Dolce Gabbana Saturday, September 111. Someone spotted Jennifer wearing a tight-fitting gown with the iconic San Marco Pisa St. Mark’s Campanile Tower printed on it and walking out of the Venetian gondola. This dress is obviously to celebrate this iconic Italian city and also includes an image of St. Mark’s Cathedral.
The New York native was radiant when she posed for the storm, choosing to sandwich her first few layers on both sides of her head. She added a pop of color with her bright red lips, which looked great during her fantastic solo cable car trip. Once, she hid her eyes behind a pair of wire-frame sunglasses.It’s worth noting that Jennifer also attended D&G’s recent Venice Film Festival events She looked so noble in her green floral cloak.
After the day J.Lo finally made her her, the gorgeous appearance appeared Red carpet debut With the rekindling lover Ben Affleck, 49!This pair watching so They fell in love when they premiered Ben’s new movie together Final duel, Posing for the camera and packing on the PDA. When the two got out of the car together, the media and fans screamed. This was their first red carpet appearance since 2003.
Jennifer’s crumbling white heat George Hobeka A gown with gorgeous crystal details and a high-slit ruffled skirt. She added a pair of thick-soled silver high heels and matching clutch to the look, as well as dazzling diamond jewelry from French luxury brand Cartier. At the same time, Ben wore a black tuxedo and a refreshing white shirt, neatly dressed. This Oscar winner is absolutely beaming, he smiles at the camera and looks happier than ever!
Although the stars have not yet been interviewed about their rekindling love, J.Lo has cleverly mentioned this relationship when discussing the 19th anniversary of the upcoming career-defining album. This is me… so. “When I heard that [album] On many, many different levels, these songs are more relevant today than they were then,” she told Apple Music in July. It’s worth noting that the project includes several Ben’s songs, including “Dear Ben” and ” Two versions of “I’m Glad” and “The One.” “That was a truly pure moment. Music, when it is important, it will never disappear… Love, it will not disappear. It’s there,” she added.