Jennifer Lopez and the amazing Dolce & Gabbana dress with which Venice paralyzed

If there is a city where Jennifer Lopez It has dazzled this summer, that has undoubtedly been Venice. The 52-year-old singer visited the Italian city twice in the last month: the first for the Dolce & Gabbana show and the second for the Film Festival held there.

Within the framework of this second event, which the Diva from the Bronx attended accompanying her partner, Ben affleck, left several poses for the memory. One of them was their appearance on the red carpet of the Festival where they both wasted love, and of course glamor. An appointment that the artist attended with a spectacular white dress that fitted her with a glove and with which she left the world speechless.

But in addition, during his visit to the city of canals, he took the opportunity to take a photo session walking through one of the many gondolas that circulate through the canals, paralyzing Venice, where tourists did not miss the opportunity to take photos of the singer.

For this shoot, the New Yorker wore a stunning strapless dress and voluminous skirt from Dolce & Gabbana. A most particular design since the city of Venice is drawn on it, so there was no better setting to take it than through the city’s canals.

These photographs, which JLo shared on Wednesday, were taken shortly before returning to the United States after his first public appearance with Ben Affleck at the Venice Film Festival.

Together they form the couple of the moment and although the festival was their first appearance, it is not the only one they have made in recent days. This same Monday, the lovebirds were at the MET Gala.

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