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Jennifer Lopez‘s style and beauty parade on American Idol is just as captivating as the contestants’ performances. Okay, we exaggerate, but the superstar judge has been knocking it out of the park recently. Wednesday’s Top 8 show was dedicated to the ’80s, and Lopez totally went for the theme. (As did Keith Urban and his mullet). But her kinky side-swept voluminous tresses and bold shadow have editors at odds. Since hair, like love, is a battlefield, we had to debate the look below.
PRO: Brittany Talarico, Associate Style Editor: I’ve started to tune into American Idol every week, just so I can talk about how flawless Jennifer Lopez is. I sit on the couch and admire her complexion, hair, clothes etc. And without fail I turn to my fiancé (who at this point thinks I’m totally insane) and say, “Seriously, how pretty is she?” He nods, before asking me if we can change the channel. True to form last night, I stared slack-jawed at J.Lo, crazy ’80s hair and all. Not only did her edgy voluminous do perfectly match her gold spotted Jill Stuart dress (which featured a leather harness!), but it also was a fun departure from her loose waves. Plus, anything throwback is totally in now, right?
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CON: Alex Apatoff, Style News Editor: Yeah, first of all, I don’t believe Jennifer Lopez looked like this in the ’80s. I think she was wearing actual curls, a lot more neon, and a bunch of rubber bracelets. So I reject this throwback on principle, but I also reject it on execution. There’s a fun way to do a wink at a decade that isn’t quite so … aggressive. I feel tired from being visually assaulted by the heavy eyeshadow and the hair. And as any good sorority girl (or Mean Girl) knows, if your costume masks your essential hotness, it, as a costume, has failed.
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In our weekly roundup of the looks that are gaining fashion ground (and the ones losing their style street cred), we saw a spring-friendly skirt silhouette, the return of a very pretty plait hairstyle and one popular clothing accent that seems to have lost its sizzle.
Up: Accordion Pleats. Last September, as design houses like Alexander Wang, Céline and Proenza Schouler sent pleated dress after pleated skirt down the Spring/Summer runways, we excitedly awaited their arrival in the real world. Well, that moment is finally here. And it’s a very specific kind of folding that seems to be resonating among celebs: Dianna Agron (left) wears a Miu Miu dress featuring accordion (or knife) pleats, and other actresses including Amanda Peet and Sasha Pieterse are following her lead. Expect to see a whole lot of non-flat-front minis, midis and maxis and perhaps even a few pleated culottes this spring.
Up: Fishtail Braids. Ice cream, flip-flops and beachy plaits. Once you start spotting those things, you know warm weather is here (or at least right around the corner). After a winter in hibernation, the do is being welcomed back by Lucy Hale (center) and Jennifer Lopez, who both show off side-swept, sexily undone versions. Considering there’s a direct correlation between the fishtail and rising temps (it’s a scientific fact), this hairstyle is only going to get more and more prevalent on the red carpet … and in your Instagram feed.
Down: Peplums. Amidst the sea of crop tops that have taken over Hollywood, there was just one star doing the waist-ruffle thing this past week. And frankly, we’d almost forgotten about the once-ultra-popular trend until we saw Ashley Benson (right) wearing a peplum Alberta Ferretti dress. While we fully predict that this look will come back in the fall, you know it’s gonna be all about shrunken tops and cutouts for the next few months.
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Jennifer Lopez has hit us with a #throwback like no other. On Thursday night, the American Idol judge released the music video for her “I-know-you-want-me” urban pop track “I Luh Ya Papi,” in which she brings us the 2014 version of her famous ultra-plunging Versace gown from the 2000 Grammys — a crazy low-cut jumpsuit with the same wild jungle print!
“We didn’t really even plan that,” Lopez tells PEOPLE. “The stylist just brought it on the rack and I saw it and was like, ‘What’s the jungle print doing there?’ So it just kind of worked out.”
The video shows the 44-year-old in various outfits that are reminiscent of some of her most iconic fashion moments whilst being surrounded by scantily clad men. “We decided to flip the script,” Lopez says. “We were asking ourselves, ‘Why do the guys always have the fun?’ This video is for the girls!”
Apart from that green plunging neckline, you will also see Lopez in a white outfit on a yacht that looks a lot like the cover of her On the 6 album from 1999, short shorts and all. But instead of being a play thing for the boys, her role is a new one. “Why do men always objectify the women?” says one of her back up dancers at the beginning of the video (watch below) in which they foresee what their idea for flipping the script will look like. “Why can’t we for once objectify the men?”
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Though it looks effortless on all parts, working with male models as opposed to dancers proved to be a challenge for Lopez’s choreographer beau Casper Smart, who was responsible for directing all their moves. “I mean they’re beautiful,” says Lopez of the male models she was flanked with in the video. “Lying there, it was genius! But when they had to get up and be like, ‘I luh you,’ it was like, ‘OKAY guys maybe one more take.’ This was the closest I would ever do to a rap video. It was a lot of fun.”
It definitely looks like a lot of fun, but the mom of 6-year-old twins will be the first to admit that it’s hard work bringing on the sexy. “It’s the other job to the job! But it is what it is, you gotta buckle down,” says the pop star. As for how she maintains her sexy figure (her body in the video is insane!), it’s plain and simple: “You gotta work out and watch what you eat.”
Watch J.Lo’s new video above. What do you think of her paying homage to old styles? Are you a fan of the clip? Share your thoughts below!
–Raha Lewis with reporting by Patrick Gomez
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Jennifer Lopez has a million projects in the works. She’s a weekly host on American Idol, shooting a new TV drama, about to drop her 10th studio album, the head of her own clothing empire for Kohls and mom to 6-year-old twins. We got exhausted just typing that, but Lopez, 44, maintains she has more energy than ever.
“I feel like I felt when I was 28,” she tells the April issue of InStyle magazine. “My bones don’t hurt. I feel great. I actually feel better, more confident. Of course I still have the nerves, but now I know how to control them. When I was in my twenties, I wasn’t sure of myself. Now I can really stretch. I don’t have to stay in the box. At this point I can say to myself, ‘So what if I fall, so what?’ I’m going to get back up.”
And Lopez says she’s in great company now that the cultural perspective towards women in their forties has shifted. “The turning point was a couple of years ago when the September issue of women’s magazines had cover girls who were all over 40 — Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry, Sandra Bullock, Julia Roberts, me. It was hard not to be happy. That says something about our society. People used to believe their life — or at least their life as a performer — was over at 28 or some ungodly age! God, when I think of myself back then, I had no idea who I was. I think I’m barely getting that under control now.”
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Part of finding herself was a difficult divorce from Marc Anthony in 2012 and a new relationship with Casper Smart, 26. And while we want to see her have that happy ending (and the dress she would choose for her wedding day!), Lopez is not in a rush to head down the aisle.
“In the past, love for me has always meant forever, and sure, you still nurse some of those fantasies, but I don’t try to force it anymore,” she reveals. “I hung on to my fairytale ideals for a long time. But where I am now, what I’ve been through, there are no rules. There are lots of ways it can turn out instead of just one.”
For more on Lopez (from her best red carpet looks to her different hairstyles), head over to InStyle.com. The new issue hits stands Friday, March 14. What do you think of her outlook on aging?
In case you haven’t had enough Jennifer Lopez in your life this week (the live Top 13 performances began on American Idol, and we may or may not have been glued to the TV), get ready to take in even more: This week’s Best Dressed winner is showing a whole lotta skin, and we can’t blame readers (over 20,000!) for showing her some love.
Proving once again that a.) the cutout trend isn’t going anywhere, and b.) this woman has the body of a 20-something, J.Lo stepped out at a West Hollywood Idol party in a Cushnie et Ochs LBD, which showed off both her enviable ab and arm muscles. And if you don’t need the gym inspiration, perhaps you can get some hair inspiration instead, thanks to her chic topknot. (She does do topknots better than anyone in the biz.)
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Elsewhere on the red carpet, black continued to be the color of choice, as evidenced by Top 5 contenders Sofia Vergara, in a bandage Hervé Léger mini at a Sydney Modern Family media call, and Keri Russell, who had us prepared to try a menswear-inspired look herself, thanks to her Saint Laurent jacket and trousers, plus a Balenciaga top and gorgeous side-swept waves (worn to the N.Y.C. season premiere of The Americans).
And because it’s Oscars weekend and because she’s our current girl crush, we should discuss (who else?) Lupita Nyong’o, who landed at No. 8 in yet another bold color: a burnt-orange Givenchy gown, which she paired with a matching clutch and gold cuff at the NAACP Image Awards in Pasadena, Calif. We just can’t wait to see what she’ll wear at Sunday’s big event (although we already have some ideas!).
Tell us: Do you think J.Lo’s LBD deserved the No. 1 spot (or at least a place on your fridge for gym inspiration)? Or did you prefer someone else’s look?
– Whitney Little
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