Jennifer Lopez posed on a gondola for what appeared to be a new Dolce & Gabbana campaign and looked like pure royalty!
Jennifer Lopez, 52, returned to the stage to slay once more. On Saturday, Sept. 111, the “Jenny From The Block” singer dazzled in a stunning strapless tulle gown by Italian luxury label Dolce & Gabbana. Jennifer was observed exiting a Venice gondola wearing the bustier gown, which had a big print of the famed St Mark’s Campanile tower at Pizza San Marco.
The garment featured images of St. Mark’s Basilica and was definitely a celebration of the famed Italian city.
The New York native looked radiant as she stood for the camera, with the top layers of her pair clipped back on both sides of her head. She added a splash of color with a bright red lip and looked stunning as she took a romantic solo gondola ride.
She covered her eyes behind a wire frame pair of sunglasses at one point. Jennifer was also seen at D&G’s recent Venice Film Festival event when she wore a green flowery cape and looked absolutely stunning.
J.Lo debuted her glam look just one day after making her red carpet debut with rekindled beau Ben Affleck, 49!
The couple appeared to be out over heels in love as they arrived together for the premiere of Ben’s latest film The Last Duel, posing for photos and carrying PDA. As the two stepped out of the car together, the media and spectators erupted in applause, marking their first red carpet appearance since 2003.
Jennifer wore a plunging white Georges Hobeika gown with a stunning crystal design and a ruffled high slit skirt. She completed the look with a pair of silver platform shoes and a matching clutch, as well as sparkling Cartier diamond jewelry.
Ben, on the other hand, looked suave in a black tuxedo and a fresh white shirt. The Oscar winner was simply glowing as he laughed and smiled for the cameras, and he appeared to be in better spirits than ever!
While neither star has spoken publicly about their restored romance, J.Lo made a subtle reference to it while discussing the forthcoming 19th anniversary of her career-defining record This Is Me…Then. She told Apple Music in July, “When I listened to that [record] on many, many different levels, those songs are more important today than they were before.”
Several songs dedicated to Ben appear on the album, including “Dear Ben,” “I’m Glad,” and two versions of “The One.” “It was a truly timeless moment. And when it comes to music, when it matters, it never fades… It’s impossible to get rid of love. She went on to say, “It’s simply there.”