JENNIFER Lopez was undeniably stunning at the Dolce & Gabbana Event, but she suffered a wardrobe malfunction at fashion do.
The 52-year old entered the event looking stunning in a royal-worthy, elaborate outfit.
Jennifer stood out as she walked, her elegant cape blowing in her wind behind her and a bodyguard supporting her hand.
This movie-like moment was unfortunately marred by one fatal flaw: the star left a noticeable label on her cape.
The tag became more visible to the eye as the cape started blowing in the wind.
They were surrounded by security and the glam squad, but they didn’t notice that the label was still attached.
Chris Appleton, her hairdresser, and Mary Phillips, her make-up artist, were there with her and captured it on Instagram.
The ensemble consisted of a gorgeous green, floral teal and pink cape, which almost touched the ground.
She chose a matching bralette to highlight her legs and puffy sleeves.
JLo chose a pair black silk trousers with a floral pattern of roses for her bottoms.
The look was completed by a pair of chunky glitter heels and a D&G gold handbag.
JLo looked like a queen with her crown of gold flowers in the hair. It was a neat up-do.
Her hair looked perfect, as did her make-up. The gold toned headpiece complimented her outfit perfectly.
The singer is said to be “washing her hands of Alex Rodriguez”, as she’s currently in the midst of a breakup.
As she continues her relationship with Ben Affleck, the singer appears to be “cutting off” any business relationships with former MLB star.
According to Us Weekly, an insider said that Jennifer is done with Alex. She is now free of Alex both romantically and as a business partner.
“Her management team will be talking with her lawyers to make sure that there are no misunderstandings.”
Jennifer and Alex broke off their engagement this spring. They released the following statement: “We have come to realize that we are better friends than enemies. We look forward to continuing our friendship.”
“We will continue working together and supporting each other in our shared projects and businesses.”