Cover Girl Jennifer Lopez

Harper's Bazaar

February 2013

Hailing in the New Year at Harper's Bazaar is the always glamourous singer, actress and mum-of-two, Jennifer Lopez. At 43 years, Jennifer looks as good as any starlet half her age. Just to make sure we're fully aware of this, the ex-Idol judge makes a glittering appearance in the magazine's February 2013 issue. These are her alluring looks from runway to editorial.

On the cover, all eyes are on Jennifer in a gold Paco Rabanne dress, signature golden mane and red lipstick.

In another shot, we get to see more of the dazzling gold chain fringed dress with cut-outs, which looks like it was assembled in a hardware store.
That's the ingenious creativity of Paco Rabanne.

Tom Ford released the black version of this dramatic dress in his Spring 2013 collection, but Jennifer has the star power to prescribe a specially-made second version, in white. The attached butterfly wing sleeves add an enigmatic touch to this fluttering look. Her tie-up gladiator sandals with gold studs are by Jimmy Choo.

Gorgeous in sunflower gold, Jennifer stands lofty in Balmain. Her embellished mini-dress is seen without the runway belt...I think she wears this look far better than the model. Her sculpted leather and suede gladiator sandals are by Giuseppe Zanotti.

This gold and silver metallic fringed look by Versace would be the perfect wardrobe change for one of Jennifer's high-powered concert performances.

And my favorite look in the editorial, a disco globe of a dress by Fendi, encrusted by hundreds of sparkling crystals. This look deserves it's 15 minutes of fame on the red carpet. Jennifer is futuristic in glossy silver Tom Ford wraparound gladiator boots. 

With the release of her 10th album and new movie 'Parker' later this year, it goes without saying that Jennifer's scintillating style will be one to watch out for in 2013. What are your thoughts on this editorial? I think we can be certain that glitzy fringed metallics and knee-high gladiator heels are the way forward.

*All images found via harpers


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