Jennifer Lopez to Debut New Shoe Collection, JLo for DSW
The famous super-star singer and actress Jennifer Lopez has announced that she’s now going to join the fashion industry as well. In an exclusive collaboration with Designer Shoe Warehouse (DSW), Jennifer Lopez will launch her JLo shoe collection this Spring. The first capsule collection will release on March 9th and the rest of the styles are to launch on March 16th. In addition, rumor has it that maybe the next fashion play for JLo will be a handbag collection.
JLo made the announcement of the new fashion line on Instagram, wearing a sporting leopard print jacket, matching hot pants and ankle-high hells.
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I’m so excited to announce the launch of JLO JENNIFER LOPEZ, my new footwear collection designed by me and sold only at @DSW 🖤 Head to http://DSW.com/jlo and sign-up to shop the collection early and enter for a chance to hang with me! Link in my bio and stories. #JLOJenniferLopez 📸: @luigiandiango
The New Shoe Collection by Jennifer Lopez
The Spring Collection will have 11 designs, but only 7 have been revealed on the DSW Website so far, including a slingback heel, an embellished gold, and black strappy sandal, and a nude pump with a metallic platform. For now, all you can see are high heels, but you can expect to see boots and sneakers too. The brand wants to reveal the collection at separate times to keep fans engaged between now and the official launch.
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The collection was inspired by three big cities that made a huge impact on the singer’s life: New York, Los Angeles, and Miami. And, of course, there is nothing basic in this collection. It’s everything you can expect from the famous singer: glitter and glamorous. She wanted the collection to represent her, and every piece to be something that she would wear.
“We’re bringing the downtown street style that represents New York, some Old Hollywood glamour, and a vibrancy that’s representative of Miami.Jennifer Lopez
Want exclusive access to the collection? Visit the DSW Website, here.
Words by Rita Archer