Over the years we have seen hundreds, maybe thousands of different outfits in which Jennifer wowed everyone. She is one of the best dressed and most stylish celebrities ever.
We’ve often seen her rock the best of high heels, but you probably don’t know just how much she loves her shoes. No, really. Jennifer LOVES her high heels. A lot.
“I think it goes without saying that, like every other girl, I love a killer pair of shoes,” she said to Vogue. “Whether I’m walking the red carpet or dressed casually, the right shoes complete my outfit to make me feel beautiful, sexy, and fearless.” Here is part of her high heel collection.
High heels lead the way
She even says often she has picked changed her entire idea for an outfit because of the heels she wants to wear. Usually the shoes are the final touch to an outfit, but sometimes they have to be the main part of it. This is when Jennifer changes her entire look. See some of Jennifer’s best looks in high heels right here.
So it is natural for her to finally take part into creating some shoes with one of her most favorite designers. Giuseppe Zanotti will make an entirely new collection, which will hit the stores in January 2017.
It will feature crystal-encrusted open-toe booties, embellished wedge sneakers, strappy gladiators in snakeskin-print leather and two styles of leather handbags. “It will have everything you would expect from the both of us – bad-ass high heels with shapes that are fierce and, of course, have some sparkle”, Lopez said.
The shoes are all getting J.Lo’s stamp of approval. The singer even made a few requests for changes and adjustments. She also reportedly sent the designer hundreds of “inspiration photos” before he showed her the first round of prototypes.
According to WWD they included a pale blue suede platform sandal, a nude pointy-toe pump with laces up the ankle. Zanotti has also made a beige cage bootie, a tall gladiator boot-sandal in pink snakeskin, and a pale pink studded high-top sneaker with a wedge heel.
“She gives me suggestions and I give her advice and both of us, we are open to learn”, Mr. Zanotti told WWD. “Every time I work with a star I learn a lot. Also, I teach a lot because I’m a shoemaker, a designer. I’m born with a pencil in my hand. For old teenagers like me it’s good to learn.”