Following her whirlwind marriage in Las Vegas and a Paris honeymoon, Jennifer Lopez is enjoying herself solo in Capri, Italy. J.Lo was photographed on Friday partaking in a quick lunch with her team before heading into rehearsals for her UNICEF benefit concert. She dressed for the hot weather in a look by French designer Alaia.
The white cotton ensemble had a halter cut top, a cinched waist, and a pleated skirt that ended just above her Repetto Paris ballerina flats. She accessorized with Chloe sunglasses and Louboutin purse.
J.Lo had her hair swept up into a tight bun and wore a pair of long gold earrings. She was taken back to rehearsals in a small golf cart. On stage, she switched out her demure day threads for a much more electric ensemble, including a sexy cropped halter bra in animal print with matching leggings and a flowing cape.
The event on Saturday night is a charity gala called LuisaViaRoma for UNICEF, and it takes place at Certosa di San Giacomo, a monastery situated on the island. There are a number of big names scheduled to attend, including Jamie Foxx, Leonardo DiCaprio, Naomi Campbell, Jared Leto, Vanessa Hudgens and Maye Musk, reports Variety. There are also performances expected from Sofia Carson and DJ Cruz.
Lopez has been enjoying the continent after spending time with her new husband, Ben Affleck, and several of their kids in Paris. The couple were spent their trip doing a lot of shopping, some river touring, and making time for a little PDA around the most romantic city in the world.
Though their wedding was small and intimate, they are reportedly planning a much bigger bash in Georgia in the coming weeks on and around a property own by Affleck. They have supposedly hired celebrity event planner Colin Cowie, who has been behind parties thrown by Oprah Winfrey, Kim Kardashian, Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Jordan, Nicole Kidman, and previously for Lopez.
Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and more. Her first book, The Lonely Hunter, will be released by Dial Press in February 2022.