Yesterday, Jennifer Lopez closed out the Versace show in a green palm-print Versace dress, an iteration of the iconic dress she wore to the 2000 Grammys.
Her 2000s dress has been famed as one of the most iconic looks ever worn to an awards show. And now the superstar is back at it again nearly two decades later, as she donned a redux of the dress to close out Versace’s spring-summer 2020 show in Milan.
The 50-year-old entertainer was as stunning as ever as she closed out the show. And that look has even been credited with the creation of Google Images. Then Google-chairman Eric Schmidt said the dress was the most searched for item they had ever seen at the time, but there was no way to take users directly to the dress. Thus, Google Images was born.
So, yesterday when J-Lo walked the Versace runway in a similar semi-sheer Hawaii-inspired chiffon drape, which plunged below the navel and skimmed the legs like a beach coverup, fans stood to honour her, cheering.
J-Lo completed the look with large gold medallion earrings and her long blond hair flipped under.
Check out the video below: