FASHION AVENUE | Remember J.Lo’s Iconic Dress From The 2000 Grammy’s? She Just Wore Un Updated Version

You remember it. It was 2000, and Jennifer Lopez wore that plunging, green jungle-inspired Versace dress to the Grammy Awards, causing so many searches on Google that the company had to create Google Images. No, really.

The dress went viral before viral was a thing. And now, almost 20 years later, J.Lo wore an updated version of it – this time, at Versace’s jungle-themed Spring 2020 show during Milan Fashion Week.

L.Lo closed out the show with a bang, with the crowd rising to their feet as L.Lo strutted down the runaway in a remaking of the original dress from 2000.

It’s magical.

The crows, for their part, immediately understood the magnitude of what they were witnessing. There was cheering, applause, a couple laughs and a healthy number of cell phones filming.

The new dress is slightly upgraded from the original. It’s sleeveless, for one, she shows a bit more skin in the back and at the waist than old one did.

Still, there’s a reason why the old one become so iconic. No one was really flaunting their curves at the time, and then BAM! Here comes J.Lo, looking ah-maz-ing, plunging neckline and all. It’s also one of Donatella Versace’s most iconic dresses and helped make the designer a household name.

“It was amazing!” Donatella Versace said in a press release. “The world had the same reaction: jaw dropping. Today we live a technological world, but back then, one event prompted the creation of a new took that now has become part of our lives”.

Lopez is riding high right now, after “Hustler”, a movie that she stars in and also produced, made  an estimated $33 million at the North American box office its opening weekend. If that wasn’t enough, it was her biggest live-action opening ever. ile to us

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