Jennifer Lopez recently participated in a photoshoot for the New York Times, where she flaunted a stylish outfit by the up-and-coming label Grace Ling. The actress and singer, who will soon be seen in the movie “Marry Me,” looked absolutely stunning as she showed off her famous curves in two different looks. One of her outfits consisted of a black leather blazer ($1,599), a “Vertebrae” bralette ($350), and a low-rise draped skirt ($990). The skirt included thin strings that were creatively tied around her waist and neck to create the illusion of a peekaboo thong. Also, the skirt boasted a sculptural silver plate at the bottom to accentuate the beauty of the human form. Rob Zangardi, her stylist, took some behind-the-scenes snapshots of her during the shoot and shared them on his Instagram page.
Rob Zangardi displays his fashion expertise and innovative approach on his Instagram profile.
Rob Zangardi, who works as the personal stylist of a particular person, recently shared a selection of candid shots on Instagram.
The celebrity was spotted showing off their recognizable abs in their outfit, which was revealed in a social media post by stylist Rob Zangardi.
As Lopez stood by the window, she decided to remove her leather jacket, as depicted in a photo posted on Instagram by Rob Zangardi.
Grace Ling, a talented designer who studied at both Parsons School of Design in New York City and Central Saint Martins in London, recently crafted a breathtaking ensemble for Jennifer Lopez. The songstress donned the outfit during a mesmerizing performance with Maluma on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” and later showcased a white version of the same outfit, which was tailored to her measurements.
When Jennifer Lopez showed up on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” she was wearing a white version of the outfit designed by Ling. Ling’s designs are known for embodying eccentric elegance and intelligent femininity, and have become popular among celebrities such as Karlie Kloss, who wore a similar bralette with a cutout blazer and sheer-paneled pants at last year’s WSJ. Magazine Innovator Awards. Emma Chamberlain has also been seen carrying Ling’s human-shaped mesh bag.