Toronto International Film Festival: Jennifer Lopez in Maison Yeya Couture at the “Hustlers” Premiere

Posted on September 09, 2019

The buzz coming out of the festival is that this film is a banger and that Miss Jenny From The Block gave a performance that has people whispering loudly about an Oscar nomination. Kittens, this is the sort of news that lets us know God loves us. We can’t think of a better way to spend the next six months than opining on J Lo’s Oscar campaign fashion. Your girl seems to know what’s ahead of her, judging by this look:



Okay, here’s what: It’s bold, loud, and body-baring in a way that makes if perfectly J Lo. It’s also vaguely tacky in a way that makes sense for this particular film’s promotional tour. In a lot of ways, this feels no different than most of her promo style choices. But we were struck first by how boldly colored this is. She doesn’t play with color all that much; not normally, anyway. Second, despite showing maximum amounts of leg and bewb, this dress is uncharacteristically voluminous, offering up an extreme silhouette that really isn’t like her. We don’t want to overstate it, because like we said, there’s a lot here that’s typically her, but we couldn’t help noticing the subtle ways this look speaks of a different approach for her.

Put it this way: we don’t love it; not exactly. But she took a risk and that’s so not like her to do that. She got all the attention she needed and she pulled a style swerve at the same time. Respect.









Style Credits:
Maison Yeya Dress from the Fall 2019 Couture Collection
Amwaj Diamond Earrings and Ring
Yvan Tufenkjian Diamond Rings
Judith Leiber Couture Stack of Cash Rich Clutch
Femme Sandals

Styled by Rob Zangardi + Mariel Haenn | Hair by Chris Appleton | Makeup by Hrush Achemyan

[Photo Credit: imageSPACEMedia Punch/, Hahn Lionel/ABACA/, Lionel Hahn/EPK.TV,,, Courtesy of Amwaj, Courtesy of Yvan Tufenkjian – Video Credit: STX Entertainment via]

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