You know me, I just love all designer photo-shoots! ALL of them You can only imagine how happy I was to find this in the October Elle. It's a photo-shoot of J-Lo and all her favorite fashion designers.
Plus, you get to find out why did they dress her in those outfits.
Karl Lagerfeld - I chose this look from the Chanel resort collection because Jennifer looks great in a dress that is very feminine; chiffon and light. She is 100 percent ultra-feminine, a modern woman, a mother now, perfect for today’s world!
Diane von Furstenberg - What makes Jennifer unique is her total acceptance of her femininity.
Michael Kors - Jennifer epitomizes my love of the modern jet-set woman–today’s answer to Elizabeth Taylor glamor, circa Butterfield 8, all dipped in tones of honey, caramel and camel.
Georgina Chapman (Marchesa) - She can transform into this stylish, aristocratic beauty reminiscent of Sophia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette but at the same time is very down-to-earth.
Oscar de la Renta - Jennifer’s Latin flair and her extraordinary sense of self come across in everything she wears.
Domenico Dolce & Stefanno Gabbana
I went to those memorable photographs of Irving Penn portraying his wife in a black tulle ‘mermaid’ gown. Jennifer looked just perfect in that mood.—Stefano Gabbana
I thought of Jennifer as a modern version of the ‘Belle de Jour.’ Her versatility and sensuality have turned her into the character played by Catherine Deneuve in Buñuel’s movie.—Domenico Dolce
Brian Atwood - She does a fantastic job of injecting the right amount of fashion dare into her look without seeming contrived.
Donatella Versace - I wanted to glamorize a moment with two women sitting down and having a good, long chat, which is what happens in reality every time I see Jennifer.
Albino Riganello (Sweetface) - Jennifer is a strong, independent woman who is sure of herself and what she wants in life. The look is classic, but with a modern twist of the unexpected that Jennifer is known for in her personal style.