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Jennifer Lopez has been very busy promoting her new film The Boy Next Door, which is great news for JLo style fans. Because the actress — who happens to be PEOPLE’s covergirl this week! — has been on a non-stop fashion parade. For a day of N.Y.C. appearances Tuesday, Lopez changed three times in less than 12 hours. Let’s talk about it.
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Lopez started her day at an appearance on The Wendy Williams show, photographed outside the studio wearing a gorgeous black pleated coat with a cinched waist and on-trend cap-toe pumps. As for her hair, she went for that half-up style she loves that shows off her long bangs.
Next, she headed to The Daily Show wearing a ladylike winter white ensemble. The statement piece? Her fur-trimmed topper. Oh, and she decided to pull her hair up in a bouncy pony.
Lastly, Lopez left her chat with Jon Stewart in a completely different outfit: a black-and-white coat layered over a sheer ensemble (the outfit she wore for a screening of the Boy Next Door later Tuesday night). And she also slicked back her bangs for a modern wet hair look.
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PEOPLE’s covergirl took us inside her ginormous closet recently, which she actually pulled from for her role as Claire in the upcoming thriller.
“It was a really low budget movie so we had to go in my closet and find stuff that was lived in — stuff I had for years,” Lopez tells PEOPLE in the below clip. “The character herself is a teacher, so it’s not like she’s going to be in designer clothes all the time. We needed to find some jeans. So we used one pair from my Kohl’s collection — boyfriend-cut, casual jeans.”
She also found a vintage jacket from the back of her wardrobe to wear in the film!
“I might have bought this jacket 8 or 10 years ago,” she says of the plaid topper. “It’s Elizabeth and James. Yes, I’m a fan of the Olsen twins. My mom was a teacher, my sister was a teacher. So I thought of them too.”
As for that famous plunging Versace dress displayed in her closet (serious it’s like a museum!), Lopez explains it’s not exactly Claire’s style. “Claire would probably not wear this Versace dress. It might be a little much for Claire. That’s more of a JLo dress.”
For more from Lopez’s exclusive interview, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday. What do you think of her crazy closet? Which coat moment is your favorite.
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Jennifer Lopez, 45, is many things. A multi-hyphenate performer. A diva. A mom of two. An astoundingly ageless human being. One thing she is not? A frequent bangs wearer. So her deliberate hairstyling choice on Monday got our attention.
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We saw her hitting the streets with these center-parted, combed forward, super-long bangs on Monday morning, but chalked it up to the windy weather in N.Y.C. Then we saw her on Live With Kelly & Michael and the look was even more in-your-face. Or, rather, in her face.
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She normally goes for one of two looks: A serious bombshell blowout (as seen above left) or a sleek and slicked ponytail (as seen here). So to comb forward, zhuzz up and tease out her bangs feels very deliberate — like, perhaps, she wants us to have a discussion about them in the comments. So who are we to deny her?
Ice, Ice J.Lo!? Jennifer Lopez is never one to shy away from sparkle. But this week, with the Golden Globes and numerous stops on her The Boy Next Door promotional tour, she’s been more blinged-out than usual. So much, in fact, that we’ve been taking notes on how many dazzling jewels the star has been draping herself in. Below, we break down three of her most iced-out looks in both carat count and retail price — trust us, you won’t believe how much they actually cost.
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For an appearance on On-Air with Ryan Seacrest to promote her new thriller, Lopez stacked on a ton of Norman Silverman pieces. Ready for the count (you should probably sit down before reading any further)? With her hoop earrings, a three-stone diamond ring, a double diamond ring, a diamond stack ring and diamond-line bracelets, her carat total adds up to 150 and retails for over $1 million.
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As for the superstar’s second super-luxe look, Lopez once again piled on the sparkly baubles during a visit to the Univision Headquarters in Miami. She wore her previously-worn Norman Silverman Diamonds (minus a few), which all add up to 106 carats and retail for over $1 million. Plus, she added a Harry Kotlar 19-carat flawless emerald-cut ring worth $1.2 million to her diamond party. In total, Lopez had on 125 carats worth over $2.2 million. (Are you keeping track of all this math?)
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And finally, at the Golden Globes, JLo selected a pair of Lorraine Schwartz platinum mesh earrings, a three-stone 18-carat platinum diamond ring and a 7-carat platinum pinky ring. For the afterparty, she kept on the jewels but added 20 carats of Norman Silverman Diamonds (worth over $1 million) and the 19-carat Harry Kotlar platinum emerald-cut diamond ring again. Total carat count? 64!
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Final tally? 339 carats of diamonds at a retail value of well over $5 million. What do you think of the star’s million-dollar diamonds? Stunning or too much?
While most people are still swooning over the gorgeous gowns that graced last night’s red carpet, we can’t stop thinking about the glamorous beauty choices — especially the lipstick and nail colors. Here are the six looks that we can’t wait to recreate ourselves.
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Keira Knightley reminds us that a lipstick’s texture is just as important as color! Her soft, romantic cherry stain perfectly suited her whimsical Chanel gown. To create it, her makeup artist Kate Lee used Chanel Rouge Coco Ultra Hydrating Lip Colour in Etienne. But instead of just applying it like usual, Lee “painted her lips fully, blotted off the color with a tissue and softened the edge with a cotton tip. “We were going for a bitten, stained berry lip as opposed to a strong statement lip,” Lee explains.
Lupita Nyong’o is often a beauty rule-breaker, and her bold eye and lip look didn’t disappoint. Inspired by “romance,” her makeup artist Nick Barose paired violet smoky lids with a blend of three different lip products (Lancome’s Le Lipstique in Sheer Chocolate, Color Design in Hit List and Lip Lover in Framboise Etoile) to create that perfect glossy plum.
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Most people would take the smoky-eye-and-nude-lip approach when wearing a silver gown, creating a bombshell effect. Instead, Diane Kruger opted for subtle platinum shadow and iridescent pastel pink lips, giving her whole ensemble a futuristic-ethereal vibe that we fell in love with!
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In the nail department, most of the night’s leading ladies kept things simple with barely-there pink hues. But not Jennifer Lopez, Jenna Dewan-Tatum and Laura Prepon. Lopez’s nails may seem like a regular rose-gold manicure from the top. But flip them over and you’ll find an extra blingy surprise: Her nail pro, L’Oréal Paris’s Tom Bachik, applied two Swarovski crystals beneath each nail. Mrs. Channing Tatum went simply-chic with a modern twist, wearing a greige opaque polish instead of the basic sheer nude. And finally, Orange is the New Black star Prepon made two major mani statements by sporting a deep metallic bronze painted onto long almond-shaped tips.
Which of these looks would you try? Who wore your favorite lip color? Tell us everything below!
For these stylish stars, one Golden Globes look wasn’t enough. Below, check out the boldest dress switch-ups from the night’s hottest afterparties. (Plus, don’t forget to check out our favorite looks from Hollywood’s star-studded event.)
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Diane Kruger: After making our best dressed list in her long, silvery Emilia Wickstead design at the award show, Kruger pulled a style 180°, changing into a black-and-white Giamba mini and sheer tights for InStyle magazine’s fête.
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Jennifer Lopez: How do you top a plunging, beaded formal caftan? JLo manages to, stepping out of her fearless Zuhair Murad caped design and into a white cutout gown that showed off her crazy-toned obliques (plus, a fur stole and matching white pumps!). She also pulled her hair up (and lost some of those extensions) for a high ponytail look, which she called “afterparty Barbie.”
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Salma Hayek: The actress was on a fashion streak Sunday night. First, she stepped out in a brocade Alexander McQueen bustier design, accessorized with a metallic belt, statement drop danglers and some pretty white flowers in her hair. At the Weinstein Company and Netflix afterparty, she went for a less bridal look in a strapless, pleated purple Gucci Première gown which showed off her décolletage (and some leg thanks to that slit!).
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Lorde: The 18-year-old went from a formal crop top to another formal crop top, switching out of her black Narciso Rodriguez sexy suit look into an identical white midriff-barer. But her glam red lip stayed the same. The star stepped away from her go-to goth pout for a more classic look. (Get the breakdown here.)
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Katherine Heigl: We thought the navy, curve-hugging Zac Posen design she hit the red carpet in was a personal best for the star. And we kind of wish she left it on. But for InStyle magazine’s soiree, the star switched into a more casual white-to-black ombré design by Monique Lhuillier with a flowy, strapless silhouette.
Which outfit change is your favorite? Sound off below.
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