Jennifer Lopez Flaunts Abs in Black-and-White Crop Top, Mini Skirt Set

The singer-actress wore two stunning looks to celebrate her new Intimissimi lingerie collection.
Jennifer Lopez

Jennifer Lopez.

Jennifer Lopez celebrated the launch of her new Intimissimi lingerie collection in style. At a party late last week, the “Jenny From the Block” singer and the Italian clothing brand partnered for a star-studded bash, including the likes of three-time SI Swimsuit model Kelsey Merritt and former Victoria’s Secret Angel Jasmine Tookes.

Unsurprisingly, Lopez looked immaculate in a black Balmain crop top and mini skirt set that featured three-dimensional white floral detailing on both. The button-up top featured a cut-out detail that allow a black lace bra to peek through. The look, styled by Mariel Haenn and Rob Zangardi, served as a great example of how the singer-actress is often an early adopter of upcoming fashion trends.

Lopez accented her look with pointed-toe black pumps and wore her hair in a chic up-do, courtesy of Jesus Guerrero. Makeup artist Scott Barnes opted for flirty lashes and a nude lip. In true JLo fashion, the occasion called for an outfit change: Lopez also rocked a voluminous nude Zuhair Murad gown with a sheer skirt, which she paired with ladylike nude pumps.

The Hustlers star shared off snapshots from the high tea event on Instagram on Oct. 20. She showed off pics of both outfits and posed for photos with fellow attendees.

“It was so nice to meet you !! ❤️🥰,” Merritt noted in the comments.

“🤎 the best day!” Tookes added.

“Slay queen 🔥❤️,” a fan applauded.

“These looks are everything boo ☕️🔥,” Shereé Whitfield gushed.

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