Jennifer Lopez surely dress to impress. The bold and risk- taking fashion looks of the star have cemented her name in the History of Fashion. Jennifer Lopez has a versatile sense of fashion. The actress fashion style keeps evolving with the passage of time and this evolution in style just gets better and better. The actress is well-known for making vivd fashion statements at several occasions and redcarpet events. These looks are worthy of praise. The 46 year old never fails to embark her name in fashion world. Recently, The Council of Fashion Designer Of America has announced that Lopez will be awarded the Fashion Icon Award for 2019.
“Jennifer Lopez uses clothes as a way to express confidence and power,” CFDA chairwoman Diane von Furstenberg said in a press release. “Both designers and fans look forward to her fashion statements.”
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The actress is known for dominating the redcarpet events with her charming personality and fearless fashion choices. Despite of her fashion dominance the actress has also made cover of every fashion magazine worldwide be it Vogue or HarperBazar.
“Jennifer Lopez’s style is bold, uninhibited, and always memorable,” said Steven Kolb, president and CEO of the CFDA. “Designers, including many of our CFDA members, love to dress her for both stage and private moments.”
Some of the rememberable dress includes the plunging jungle green Versace number she wore to the Grammys in 2000, the mint Valentino gown modelled after a dress worn by Jacqueline Kennedy,Onassis that Lopez chose for the 2003 Oscars, or her daily street style looks that are photographed by paparazzi. The actress absolutely nailed each and every style with utmost grace and simplicity.
The actress follows the foot step of Naomi Campbell, Beyoncé, Rihanna, Iman, and Kate Moss who have already won this prestigious award. The event is considered to be the Oscar of the fashion industry. Lopez is expected to attend the Award ceremony ehich is to be held on June 3rd at Brooklyn Museum.