See 7 of J.Lo's Sexy Costumes from Her All I Have Las Vegas Residency
Last night, Jennifer Lopez was the talk of the town—Las Vegas, that is—as she kicked off All I Have, her three-year Las Vegas residency at Planet Hollywood. In addition to her incredible voice and her bootylicious dance moves, Lopez went all out with the costumes for the sold-out show (which was attended by Justin Bieber, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and many other famous faces) as well. “We wanted to modernize Old Hollywood and feel like a Vegas show but in a Jennifer Lopez way,” her costume designer Rob Zangardi tells InStyle. “Her big thing was that she wanted each section of the show to feel like her and be true to who that was for her.” For Lopez, that means each of her seven custom-designed looks (featuring Versace, Zuhair Murad, Balmain, Michael Costello, and more) contained an element of sexy intrigue—and lots of sparkle, naturally.
“Any performance for her is about movement, so fringe and beading and sparkles are always a part of it,” Zangardi says. Which makes sense, considering 260,000 Swarovski crystals were used to embellish a series of custom costumes designed by Versace, while another 75,000 Swarovski crystals were incorporated into the show’s set design. “We love our J.Lo for her sparkles—everything shines on stage for this show. Literally, everything.”
For the show’s opening (pictured above), Jennifer glittered in a lavish crystal-encrusted bra and bikini bottoms. “She starts off in this amazing feathered Versace coat, and it’s so genius," Zangardi says. "Even the way that Versace did it, they used Swarovski crystal mesh for the jacket part, and it’s feathered. Down every plume of feather they did strips of Swarovski crystals. So even the feathers are crystaled. It’s pretty epic.”
Below, see the rest of J.Lo’s jaw-dropping outfits from the performance. “It’s definitely one big fashion show,” he says. We couldn't agree more.
For the "funk"-themed segment of the show, Lopez covers up in a geometric Michael Costello pantsuit with sequin detailing and a matching triangular hat.
The "Let's Get Loud" singer channels her Latin roots in a totally sheer Nicolas Jebran number that leaves little to the imagination. Lopez's dancers also help heat things up in salsa-inspired black ensembles with look-at-me flair.
Viva Las Vegas! "Jenny from the Block" kicks up her Vegas showgirl look into high gear in a sparkly blue Zuhair Murad body suit with matching embellished tights and long silk gloves.
Don't think J.Lo's show is only about high-wattage dance performances. The crooner slows things down in a gorgeous, oversize lavender Zuhair Murad number she dons while singing a ballad dedicated to her two children, Max and Emme.
REACHING FOR THE STARS
Talk about otherworldly! Go-to designer Michael Costello created a sequined snakeskin catsuit for the star's closing performance, where a 3D moon is just one part of the farewell.
That's a Wrap!
Before saying goodnight to her fans, Lopez and her crew of hunky dancers step forward for one final gyrating showdown. That's how you get a crowd "On the Floor."