After a whirlwind start to the week attending the Met Gala in a custom Ralph Lauren Collection gown, Jennifer Lopez switched gears to promote her new Netflix film, "The Mother," on the "Today" show. Lopez worked with her glam squad on the Del Core look, which was both ethereal and on trend in a bright turquoise shade and sourced by Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn. The sheer blouse, which retails for $2,775, was layered over a nude strapless corset with structured cups and boning throughout. Lopez tucked the shirt into the nipped waist of a matching leather pencil skirt, which rings in at $3,532. While the free-flowing, asymmetric hem of her top was concealed, the detailed pleating at the shoulders and voluminous bell sleeves catered to her bohemian sensuality, which she showcases for many events, both on and off the red carpet. Lopez accessorized her ensemble with chunky silver hoop earrings, complementary rings, and PVC mule sandals.
Tom Bachik painted her nails, swapping the Chanel-inspired side-tip french manicure she wore to the Met for an ombré translucent effect. Meanwhile, makeup artist Ash K Holm used JLo Beauty products to employ a darkly lined lip, thick cat-eye, and smoky shadow. Finally, Lorenzo Martin fashioned her hair into a slicked-back bun.
It's not unlike Lopez to multitask when she's in any given city. Just a couple of days before the Met Gala, she wore a Brunello Cucinelli crochet outfit, consisting of a crop top and low-rise skirt, with platforms and a head scarf to do press for her new alcoholic beverage line Delola. She's also working with other brands on their own campaigns, including Coach's Mother's Day ads and Intimissimi's lingerie drops. Most recently, when doing press for "The Mother," she nailed the same aesthetic in a cobalt-blue Alexandre Vauthier Couture dress, teamed with matching satin stiletto boots.
Ahead, scroll through several angles of Lopez's Del Core look at the "Today" show.