Jennifer Lopez had 10 outfit changes in two days

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Jennifer Lopez proved she’s a pro when it comes to outfit changes.

The triple threat, who is currently making her press tour rounds to promote her latest film “Second  Act,” conquered 10 looks in just two days. From ocean-esqué sequins to a Fendi Zucca fur, we should give credit where credit’s due to her epic duo styling team, Rob Zangardi and Mariel Haenn.

Jennifer started off her busy Tuesday in a head-to-toe white look by Stephane Rolland for her appearance on “Watch What Happens Live” with Andy Cohen. The keyhole neck and super wide-leg pants made for the first of many jaw-dropping looks to come.

The winter whites didn’t stop there. Next, J.Lo stopped by “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” in a super feminine A-line dress cinched at the waist with metal belt and plunging neckline. The movie star finished off her look courtesy of sky-high Jimmy Choo pumps.

Of course, she needed to change it up for her exit, so she switched gears into a full-on Maxmara groutfit (aka an all grey outfit) to depart from “The Tonight Show.”

She continued her monochromatic theme for SiriusXM’s Town Hall in another all-white ensemble, also by Stephane Rolland. The mom-of-two layered up in a wine-hued floor length fur, bringing us back to the ’90s era of J.Lo we all know and love.


Eventually, she headed to BLT Steak for a much-needed date night with boyfriend Alex Rodriguez, and braced the NYC winter in a Fendi Zucca fur coat. Underneath, J.Lo sported a perforated nude leather dress paired with matching suede thigh-high boots, and a parisian-style beret.

The next day, Jennifer first appeared on “Good Morning America” where she opted out of her neutral tones and stunned in a blue sequin wide-leg jumpsuit with a matching overcoat. In the afternoon, the singer had a mother-daughter date with her mom, Guadalupe, looking chicer than ever in another groutfit, posing in front of a Christmas tree.

For “Live with Kelly & Ryan,” Jennifer amped it up in a Maison Valentino black and white cape, complete with thigh-high Louboutins, because why not?

Finally, the best fashion moment came when she brought the drama for the world premier of “Second Act” wearing a fuchsia tulle couture gown by Giambattisa Valli. The show-stopping dress featured a high-low hem with a train too long to dance in so naturally, she slipped into a sexy white dress for the after party, alongside Vanessa Hudgens.

Kendall Jenner rocks sheer sequin dress to 2018 British Fashion Awards

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Monday night, Kendall Jenner conquered London in a knock-out gown by Julien Macdonald.

The 2018 British Fashion Awards brought out the likes of style icons including Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham, who were joined by forces of the next generation, Kaia Gerber and Winnie Harlow (both were nominated for Model of the Year, which Kaia won).

Kendall might not have been a nominee, but the 23-year-old super model still turned heads in a totally sheer, gold sequin dress featuring strong shoulders. Only sporting cheeky undergarments, Kendall bared her legs with a sexy slit, despite the winter chill.

Equal parts sexy and minimal, she kept the rest of her look simple with her pushed back hair, dainty gold heels and slim hoop earrings.

The second-youngest Kar-Jenner has had a slew of epic style moments over the year. From off-duty to red carpet, check them out below!

Gigi Hadid has a monochrome moment in Pantone’s Color of the Year

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On and off the runway, Gigi Hadid is our forever fashion muse.

On her way to a Vogue event in New York City on Wednesday, the 23-year-old supermodel put her own spin on Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year: Coral.

Rocking the vibrant hue from head-to-toe, Gigi wore a custom look by Ronald van der Kemp. The Dutch designer is synonymous with creating sustainable-couture clothing made from reworked fabrics. Her orange silk blouse fastened right at the torso, flashing a beam of flesh courtesy of her undone buttons.

On the bottom, the blonde bombshell extenuated her legs-for-days thanks to the high-rise fit of her cotton lace ultra-flared pants. She topped off the rest of her dynamic look with floral pointed toe pumps, making us forget winter hasn’t even officially started yet. In the beauty department, Gigi accented her already-stunning blue eyes with blush-coral toned eyeshadow to complete the ensemble.

Celebs hit South Beach for Art Basel 2018

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Art Basel struck Miami Beach once again, kicking off the weekend with gallery hopping and star-studded parties.

From hotel pools to night clubs, Kanye West, Cardi B, Travis Scott, G-Eazy and Lil Wayne all performed at various parties, while Princess Eugenie and Jacks Brooksbank escaped the scene, throwing an under-the-radar dinner party for London-based art gallery Hauser & Wirth.

Serena Williams and Alicia Keys were spotted from a VIP Balcony watching Swizz Beatz perform at a Bacardi Party. The day before, Venus Williams attended a Prada event and posed alongside Emma Roberts and Migos’ frontman Quavo.

It wouldn’t be a party without the Hilton sisters, so of course, Paris and Nicky stepped out in glittering outfits for a party hosted by Perrier-Jouët.

Rumor has it, Leonardo Dicaprio grabbed a low-key dinner with Bono, and Jennifer Lopez and A.Rod showcased some PDA over at Prime 112 restaurant.

Also photographed around town were models Adriana Lima, Devon Windsor and Candice Swanepoel. Check them out in the gallery above.

Best of 2018: Our favorite Gigi Hadid sightings of the year

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Landing her 35th Vogue cover by the age 23, there’s no doubt that Gigi Hadid is one of the most in-demand supermodels and the true definition of an “It” girl.

2018 has been a busy year for Gigi. From her major beauty collaboration with Maybelline to her final Tommy Hilfiger collection spanning across four seasons, Gigi’s world domination in the fashion space does not go unnoticed.

When she’s not walking the runway, her off-duty style is a force to be reckoned with – one that’s equally sexy as it is sporty.

There were ripped jeans, cropped hoodies, cool sneakers and everything in between, but Gigi also owned a slew of iconic catsuit moments.  Perhaps the most memorable was the time she rocked a super retro colorful Versace catsuit to the 2018 CFDA awards. After the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, the blonde bombshell headed to the after party in a silver metallic catsuit featuring a matching choker, also by Versace.

Plus, we can’t forget the gold Versace mini dress she wore in April to celebrate her golden birthday for a night out in NYC.

Amal Clooney steps out in rare sighting with her kids wearing $998 boots

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Amal Clooney can do it all!

The human rights lawyer was spotted leaving the Four Season Hotel in New York City juggling her gorgeous twins this week. Amal and George Clooney became parents last June to their one-year-olds, daughter Ella and son Alexander.

Amal stunned in a chic black ensemble accessorized with a leopard scarf, cadet hat and left it to her shoes to make a statement. Her knee-high combat Stuart Weitzman Pippa boots featured a lace-up front and 3-inch leather block heel, edging up her entire look.

Ella and Alexander can be seen holding adorable teddy bears and both rocking mini Adidas sneakers. This marks one of the very few times that George and Amal’s twins have been seen in public.

Amber Heard: Women are ‘loud, vocal and upset’

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Amber Heard is a woman of many talents.

She’s an A-list actress, she can sing and most importantly, she has a way with words. Not only is Heard bilingual (we witnessed her fluent Spanish firsthand on the red carpet) but the 29-year-old actress has become a force in many of today’s hard-hitting movements. From “Me Too” to “Time’s Up” and a frequent advocate for women’s and LGBTQI rights, Heard has successfully made her voice heard.

AOL caught up with the “Aquaman” actress at the L’Oréal Paris 13th Anniversary of its Women of Worth celebration. Back in May, L’Oréal announced Amber as their newest global spokesperson, joining the likes of Eva Longoria and Julianne Moore who were also in attendance.

The celebration, which took place in New York City, honored philanthropic women who are making a difference in their neighborhoods. Amber expressed her excitement of how women, who might not necessarily be movie stars or have mega platforms, are pioneering and taking charge.

“This is the incredible thing about living today. We are in the middle of seeing exactly how much power has shifted. Our world has changed dramatically and it has changed, not because of activists or actors or celebrities or politicians or leaders or outdated institutions,” she said. “It’s because now the power is quite literally in your hand. And the power of us connecting with one another and finding a global community — one that isn’t responding to topical pressures that are limited to geography or certain social economic conditions, but rather one that is responding to our unique shared humanity and the trials that go with experiencing that as one life on one globe is what connects us.”

“We can continue to use the power that’s in your hand right now and find community with one another, break down lines barriers and labels and start pushing the conversation forward.

The “Pineapple Express” actress also addressed the recent midterm elections and the outcome of the House elects. She explained how we can all do our part to accomplish world change and it starts by “picking up our phones.”

“We [women] are half the population. We are increasingly loud, vocal and upset. With that knowledge and with that awareness comes also the inherent and explicit realization and recognition of injustice. I, for one, believe that injustice is not sustainable. I’m excited to see a record number of women step up to the plate because we’ve been waiting for so long…It won’t be done for us.”

“If we want to affect world change we’ve got to pick up our phones, we’ve got to organize, we’ve got to communicate with one another and we’ve got to support one another and only then, when we actually take action, when we pick up the pens and we change how things are written will we start to see world change,” she continued.

Ariana Grande, Alicia Keys, Cyndi Lauper attend Billboard Women In Music 2018

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Ellie Goulding hosted the 13th annual Billboard Women In Music celebration on Thursday night.

The room was full of some of the most pioneering women in music history including Alicia Keys, Trailblazer Award winner Janelle Monaé, and Cyndi Lauper, who was honored with the Icon Award.

Patti LaBelle presented Ariana Grande with the Women of the Year Award, where she performed her hit song “Thank U, Next,” sporting her signature high pony-tail, thigh-high boots and wearing a pre-fall Christian Siriano mini-dress that has yet to hit the runway.

“I want to say that I find it interesting that this has been one of the best years of my career and like the worst of my life. I’m not saying that for sympathy. I’m just saying that because I feel like a lot of people would look at someone in my position right now … and think, ‘She’s really got her shit together,’ you know? Like, ‘She’s really on it.’ Like, ‘She’s got it all,” Ariana said in her candid acceptance speech. “I do, but as far as my personal life goes, I really have no idea what the f–k I’m doing,” she admitted.

Other winners included country star Kacey Musgraves, who took home the Innovator Award and performed an acoustic performance of “Butterflies” from her newly Grammy-nominated album “Golden Hour.”

From Ashley Graham to Dua Lipa and Maggie Rogers, check out all of the leading ladies in the gallery above.

Penélope Cruz, Margot Robbie attend Chanel’s Metiers d’Art show- while Pharrell hits the runway

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Karl Lagerfeld took over the Metropolitan Museum of Art for his 2018/19 Metiers d’Art show on Tuesday.

Bringing a contemporary approach to ancient Egypt, Chanel’s latest collection was clearly inspired by the country paved in gold. The front row at the Met housed a slew of Chanel muses: Penélope Cruz, Margot Robbie, Julianne Moore, and Blake Lively all looked chicer than ever decked in the French fashion house.

Diane Kruger stunned in a black sheer gown, which featured beautiful beading and a high-boat neckline, while Janelle Monaé stuck to her signature black and white ensemble in a beaded stripe gown topped off with Parisian beret.

The collection included full-cut bouclé jackets and gold leather came in the form of hats, pants and knee-high boots. Kaia Gerber walked the runway in an oversized denim-on-denim look with slicked-back hair while, Chanel ambassador and music mogul, Pharell, dubbed as a high-fashion pharaoh for the catwalk.

This marks only the third time that the French fashion house has shown in New York — once in 2005 and a second time in 2006 at Grand Central Station.

Jerry Seinfeld and wife Jessica also attended the show. Check them out in the gallery above!

Morgan Stewart offers her candid thoughts on ‘Thank U, Next’

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Morgan Stewart doesn’t hold back.

And it’s her witty personality and hilarious one-liners that are what got her to where she is today. The former reality star turned fashion designer turned E! News correspondent is one hundred percent unapologetic.

AOL caught up with Stewart at the launch of her holiday collection for TLA by Morgan Stewart, a fashion-forward line of athleisure she’s pioneered with L.A. Collective.

“I’m someone that really only wants to dress in things that she truly, truly loves and I feel like with the athleisure wear, I just wanted to make sure that it’s representative of something that I really liked, that was high-fashion and a little bit different and you truly could wear it elsewhere or mix and match the pieces to be high-end,” she explained of her latest collection. “You know, people say that and you’re like ‘I’m never going to f–king wear that to the movies’ but TLA by Morgan Stewart you can wear to the movies — amirite!” she joked.

As the host of E!’s “Nightly Pop” and “Daily Pop”, Morgan has fully immersed herself in the land of pop culture, so naturally, we had to get her thoughts on Ariana Grande’s record-breaking “Thank U, Next” music video.

“I watched the video on the plane yesterday. I liked the video but I wasn’t that blown away by it. I loved it and I get it. I got all the references and Kris Jenner is queen – but I think we have seen too many teasers. That’s why I don’t like teasers. Like, just drop it at once so we can all get on board and be overwhelmed, but the second you try to dilute something so much, it’s like, ‘I’ve seen this already.'”

Her dream for 2019? “I want to see Kylie get married,” she says.

Michelle Obama: ‘I had never met a black dude like Barack Obama’

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Michelle Obama got candid in a sold-out stadium filled with nearly 20,000 people at New York City’s Barclays Center on Saturday.

From the Hamilton soundtrack on repeat to special guest appearances by Faith Hill, The Root’s ‘Questlove’ and Uzo Aduba, Michelle’s “Intimate conversation” had the energy of a rock concert.

As part of her 10 city tour for her new autobiography, Becoming, the former first lady took the stage in a chic white power suit and Jimmy Choo heels and dished on everything from her early days as ‘little Meesh’ to her time at the White House. Michelle didn’t leave anything out and even accidentally let the ‘S’ bomb slip which garnered a standing ovation and cheers from the audience.

“Marriage still ain’t equal, y’all. It ain’t equal. I tell women that whole ‘you can have it all’ — mmm, nope, not at the same time, that’s a lie. It’s not always enough to lean in because that s*** doesn’t work.”

On the topic of marriage, Michelle detailed just how Barack swept her off her feet. She described how upon first meeting him, she wasn’t interested but it was his persistence that won her over.

“I had never met a black dude like Barack Obama. Not only his background and where had traveled and who is parents were and he was always very introspective and he had been a community organizer. I hadn’t met a Harvard black dude who had been a community organizer in neighborhoods on the far south side where most people in the firm didn’t know those neighborhoods, he had been all up in those neighborhoods and those churches. So he understood the community in a full way but he was not arrogant, he was humble. I also liked the way he treated others,” she told the crowd.

“What impressed me was how he treated the secretaries and the paralegals and the people in the elevator. As I got to know him I saw how he treated his sister, how he respected the strength of his mother, his relationship with his grandmother. All of that was much more appealing to me than his walk, or his look or his talk or his degrees. And sometimes we as women, miss out on good brothas’ because we are to busy looking at their stats and we’re not looking at their story. And Barack Obama’s story was all swervy and interesting and that’s what I fell in love with.”

“I wanted to know so much about one person and another thing about Barack was he wasn’t playing games. That was another appealing thing. You know the brotha’s who are like ‘yeah I want to date you but let’s figure this out and I’m not sure how I feel,’ I had done that and Barack was like ‘I am interested in you, I want to see where this goes, I want to be serious about this,’ and he took the relationship to the next level clear and focused. He was unapologetic and not worried about looking too in love. He was ready to be in love and dudes out there, that is so appealing. Having a man who is unafraid to commit to not marriage but just to you, just to explore what this will be. Not calling it anything other than what it is, which is a relationship and he embraced the relationship part of it. We both fell.”