Jennifer Lopez in red chooses the strongest color of the season, in a casual version
The Spring Summer 2023 shows featured a variety of trends such as 17th-century underwear and pannier dresses, asymmetric cuts and a rawness of texture. However, the dominant shade is unique: scarlet red. And Jennifer Lopez, in red, once again proved to be a fashion icon, interpreting the trend in her own way.
This week at lunch with friends in Los Angeles, the star of marry me The most popular color of the season has been adopted. She wore a floor-length halterneck dress in a vibrant shade of red, crystal-embellished Gucci platform sandals (her favorite shoes), and a pair of brown aviator sunglasses. To complete the look, J. Lo wore a crimson Hermès Birkin bag, a scarlet Hermès Collier de Chien bracelet and a pair of hoop earrings — jewelry that epitomizes her style — in silver by Jennifer Fisher.
Red, the star color of the spring-summer catwalk
The key color of spring summer 2023, red has dominated the international catwalks of fashion weeks. In fact, she presented Wiederhof, Laquan Smith and Michael Kors collections in New York and vibrant red dresses from Fabien, Carolyn Vitto and Dilara Findikoglu in London. While Prada, Ferragamo’s star on the Milanese catwalks was red (the result of the brand’s renewed artistic vision by the creative director) Maximilian Davis) And at Moschino and in Paris, it was top of the agenda at Loewe, Valentino and Stella McCartney.
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Stars usually prefer this fiery shade to walk the most important red carpets, from Cannes to the Met Gala. From Jennifer Lawrence’s Dior gown to Catherine Zeta-Jones’s pleated Elie Saab dress seen at Cannes and Salma Hayek’s flocked vinyl bustier dress for the Met Gala, color is on trend in Hollywood. But Jennifer Lopez’s more fluid and casual look proves that this high-impact color scheme isn’t just reserved for big events.
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This article was originally published in British Vogue