Recently, the multi-talented star Jennifer Lopez was featured in a photo shoot for the New York Times where she sported a gorgeous outfit from the relatively new fashion brand Grace Ling. With her upcoming movie “Marry Me”, the singer and actress looked nothing less than breathtaking as she depicted two different looks. Her first look comprised of a black leather blazer ($1,599), a “Vertebrae” bralette ($350), and a low-rise draped skirt ($990). The skirt cleverly had strings that were tied around her waist and neck to give an illusion of a peekaboo thong. Moreover, the skirt had a magnificent sculptural silver plate at the bottom that emphasized the human form. Her stylist, Rob Zangardi, also took some behind-the-scenes photographs of her during the shoot and uploaded them on his Instagram page.
On his Instagram page, Rob Zangardi showcases his fashion knowledge and creative approach.
On Instagram, Rob Zangardi, a personal stylist for someone special, has recently uploaded a few casual photographs.
Stylist Rob Zangardi shared a social media post revealing the outfit of a famous person who was flaunting their well-known abs.
Lopez was seen in a photo taken by Rob Zangardi on Instagram, standing by the window and taking off her leather jacket.
Grace Ling, an exceptional designer with degrees from both Parsons School of Design in New York City and Central Saint Martins in London, has made headlines for her stunning creation worn by Jennifer Lopez. The beautiful outfit was worn by the singer during her captivating performance with Maluma on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.” Jennifer later flaunted a tailored version of the same ensemble, which was crafted to fit her perfectly.
During her appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” Jennifer Lopez sported a white version of Ling’s outfit. Ling is renowned for creating eccentric yet elegant designs that exude intelligent femininity. A-list celebrities such as Karlie Kloss have been spotted wearing Ling’s creations, including a bralette with a cutout blazer and see-through pants at last year’s WSJ. Magazine Innovator Awards. Emma Chamberlain has also been seen toting Ling’s unique human-shaped mesh bag.