So What Did Jennifer Lopez Wear While In Labor? A WHITE FUR COAT!!!

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UGH! WHY CAN’T I BE JLO?????????? *bows*

Jennifer Lopez just can’t be stopped or slowed down anytime soon!

In the latest issue of Harper’s Bazaar magazine, the triple threat is now unveiling her new collaboration with famed Italian shoe designer Giuseppe Zanotti, but first…..we must discuss homegirl delivering her now 6-year-old twins Max and Emme in a white fur coat!

“I think of the day my kids were born…It was in the middle of a snowstorm, and I wore this big white fur coat,” she told the fashion publication. “I was huge, and it was the only coat that would fit me. Every time I see that coat, I think of the day my kids were born.”

Glamour and Contractions. *faints*



The superstar also shared with us about her meticulously organized walk-in closet in her Bel Air mansion. “If you hear a song from a certain time and you’re like, ‘Oh, my God!,’ it takes you back to that period in your life,” she explains. “I do the same thing with my closet. I walk in and I see a hat or a pair of shoes or a coat, and I go, ‘Wow! I remember I was wearing that the day this happened, or I was walking down the street; or I heard this or my mom said that, or my boyfriend …’ You know what I mean? ‘And I was dating so-and-so …'”


As for her shoe line with Zanotti she says, “He came to my house. Even back then we talked about doing a collaboration together. We talked about different things, a music video I was about to do, all kinds of stuff. He went through my closet, and we sat in there. We were supposed to just meet and say hello, but he wound up staying for hours, and we just talked fashion. He was like, ‘Oh, my gosh! You have those shoes? They only made 10 of those!’ I’ve been a huge fan of his for a long time.”

“I was already a bit nervous because you’re so close to Jennifer Lopez, this beautiful girl, and we were in her closet,” Zanotti says of their meeting. “Then she offered me some Mexican coffee, and I was just so nervous that I tripped, and the coffee got in the carpet, in the shoes. It was a disaster. It was even on a painting.” Zanotti was mortified. “My face was completely red.”

“He always remembers that he spilled coffee all over my carpet, but we had the best time,” she says with a laugh.

Images: Mark Seliger for Harper’s Bazaar

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