The ‘Jenny from the Block’ star, Jennifer Lopez is stylishly on the September edition of Paper magazine. She spoke on race, feminism, fashion, music, style inspiration- particularly the nuance of Balmain costumes; her choice and idea of luxury.
In the interview, the 46 year old Pop and Movie star said, while speaking on the feminist tilt of her personality and works: “The concept of a fearless, strong woman who radiates confidence inside and out is an inspiring idea. It’s a great thing for young girls and women to see Balmain’s muses illustrated by these ideas of strength and beauty. For them it’s about a woman who creates her own destiny and forges her own future.”
She basically brought out the philosophy of fashion, the vanity and lifestyle of clothing, and linked it to the identity and strength of the woman. Turning the cultural trope on its head for a women empowerment narrative. The nuance of fashion and beauty dictating the direction of her ambitions.
The Hollywood diva spoke on the link between music and fashion in the pop culture space: “Pop culture and fashion have always had a correlation, from old Hollywood to contemporary music. As a performer, I know that clothes are an expression of the music I create or the character I play.”
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