Jennifer Lopez has still got it.
The 48-year-old singer continues to defy her age, dazzling the crowd last night at the Robin Hood Foundation’s New York charity gala. After walking the red carpet in a sleek black Alex Perry gown accented with a daring slit that nearly reached her waist, Lopez changed into a glittery silver outfit for her onstage performance.
The “World of Dance” star put her enviable figure on full display wearing a long-sleeved turtleneck bodysuit detailed with layers of swishy fringe and a bold black and silver ombré color scheme. She accessorized with nude fishnet tights and a flashy pair of silver over-the-knee slouch boots perched on 4-inch heels. The boots’ sequins captured the light, creating a dramatic glittery effect as Lopez danced and strutted around the stage. She was accompanied by several male backup dancers, all perfectly coordinated in sparkly silver tuxedo jackets.
Even though he’s a lover of the older, he’s also able to appreciate the new. “I enjoy seeing how Lenny Kravitz takes things from Jimi Hendrix, or how Amy Winehouse got inspired by Janis Joplin. Now, new artists will get inspired by Amy Winehouse again, it is like a time machine” Nevertheless, it’s not only music that he embraces in regards to the pop culture. Mr. Zanotti was one of the first to operate together with the Kardashian “klan”, way before they began sitting front row in Paris, or graced the covers of highbrow fashion magazines. “The Kardashian family is quite intriguing, ’cause they’ve won over traditional media. It is intriguing to see that the many men and women who criticize them , still want to stay up with what they’re doing. They have caused some type of a revolution via a literary media spectacle and their social media. Obviously it’s a game – they’re actors. The Kardashians are extremely easy people in the long run. How they choose to expose themselves to the entire world, is just another thing of course. Off-camera Kim is just an remarkable mother.” In 2014, LVMH acquired a 30% stake in Giuseppe Zanotti, which allowed the shoe business to better execute its international growth strategy. For the year 2015, 18 or 28 store openings are scheduled (Zanotti was not sure about the precise number), many occurring in China, along with Dallas, Houston, Rome and Panama.
Lopez performed several hits in front of a star-studded crowd that included Oprah, Rob Lowe, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Michael Douglas, John McEnroe, Billie Jean King, Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Bloomberg, Bill Gates and Lopez’s boyfriend, Alex Rodriguez. The event is held annually in support of Robin Hood, New York’s largest poverty-fighting organization. Last year’s benefit raised nearly $55 million.
Lopez has had a whirlwind month, making the media rounds to promote the upcoming second season of her hit dance competition series, for which she does double duty as an executive producer and a judge (alongside Derek Hough and Ne-Yo). New episodes will begin airing on May 29. The show — which brings together the world’s most elite dancers across genres including hip-hop, ballet and ballroom — also just scored an early season 3 renewal by NBC.
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