Jennifer Lopez, 52, came to slay once again. The “Jenny From The Block” singer stunned as she rocked a gorgeous strapless tulle gown by Italian luxury label Dolce & Gabbana on Saturday, Sept. 111. Jennifer was spotted in the bustier gown — which featured a large print of the iconic St Mark’s Campanile tower in Pizza San Marco — while stepping out of a Venice gondola. The dress, clearly a celebration of the iconic Italian city, also included imagery of St. Mark’s Basilica.
The New York native was glowing as she posed up a storm, opting to keep the front layers of her pair clipped back to both sides of her head. She added a pop of color with a bright red lip, looking absolutely fabulous as she went for a dreamy solo gondola ride. At one point, she kept her eyes hidden behind a wire frame pair of sunglasses. Notably, Jennifer was also in attendance at D&G’s recent Venice Film Festival event where she looked so regal in a green floral cape.
The glam look came just a day after J.Lo finally made her red carpet debut with rekindled beau Ben Affleck, 49! The pair looked so in love as they arrived together for the premiere of Ben’s new flick The Last Duel, posing for cameras and packing on the PDA. The media and fans shrieked as the two stepped out of the car together, marking their first red carpet appearance since way back in 2003.
Jennifer rocked a plunging white hot Georges Hobeika gown with with a gorgeous crystal detail and high slit ruffle skirt. She added a pair of platform silver pumps and matching clutch to the look, along with dazzling diamond jewelry by French luxury line Cartier. Meanwhile, Ben was dapper in a black tuxedo and crisp white shirt. The Oscar winner was absolutely beaming as he laughed and smiled for the cameras, looking happier than ever!
While the stars have yet to give an interview about their rekindled love, J.Lo subtly referenced the relationship while discussing the upcoming 19th anniversary of her career defining album This Is Me…Then. “When I listened to that [album] on many, many different levels, those songs are more relevant today than they even were then,” she said to Apple Music back in July. Notably, the project includes several songs for Ben, including “Dear Ben,” I’m Glad,” and two versions of “The One.” “It was a real pure moment in time. And that music, when it’s important, it never goes away…love, it just doesn’t go away. It’s just there,” she added.