Jennifer Lopez Slays in Over 260K Swarovski Crystals for Las Vegas Residency
Plus, a look at the rest of her fab onstage outfits.
Jennifer Lopez kicked off her highly anticipated "All I Have" Las Vegas Residency at AXIS Theater in Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino on Wednesday, performing to an audience that included Justin Bieber, Rebel Wilson and Leah Remini, among many more boldfacers. As expected, she killed it with her vocals, dance moves and numerous costume changes.
J.Lo shone (like, literally) in a number of Versace designs that were embellished with more than 260,000 Swarovski crystals, which took over 1,400 hours to hand apply to the multiple looks. Another 75k crystals were incorporated into the set design, too. Talk about a shimmery stage.
"From the moment we started brainstorming ideas for Vegas, we knew movement would play an imperative role in our look selections, not only for functionality but also to complement Jen's signature showmanship," said Lopez's longtime stylist, Rob Zangardi. "Adding Swarovski crystals to the Versace garments gave us the greatest impact. Jen glows on stage, yet her clothes are still fluid."
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In addition to Versace, the performer also donned designer pieces custom-made by Zuhair Murad, Michael Costello and Nicolas Jebran. Here's a peek at all her jaw-dropping looks.
J.Lo and her two dancers in custom-designed floor-length coats by Lilly e Violetta. (Photo: Getty Images)
A crystal-encrusted bra and bikini bottoms by Zuhair Murad. (Photo: Getty Images)
An Atelier Versace bodysuit covered in color-blocked Swarovski crystals, paired with pink beaded pants and white crystal Palazzo sneakers. (Photo: Courtesy of Versace)
A hand-embroidered Swarovski-covered bodysuit that had a hand-painted bodysuit underneath by Nicolas Jebran. (Photo: Denise Truscello)
A turquoise velvet Zuhair Murad robe over a crystal-adorned corset and accessories. (Photo: Denise Truscello)
A celestial silver and white star bodysuit by Zuhair Murad. (Photo: Denise Truscello)
A snakeskin wrap dress, designed by Michael Costello, that transformed into a metallic silver and gold sequined kimono-style jumpsuit with detachable sleeves and a plunging neckline. (Photos: Denise Truscello)