Lopez’s green silk chiffon jungle-patterned dress, which she wore to the 42nd annual Grammies, is widely regarded as one of the most iconic ever created by Versace, alongside the black safety pin dress worn by Elizabeth Hurley in 1994.
Almost two decades after the singer wowed the world on the red carpet in it, Versace has collaborated with American retailer Concepts to create a shoe that pays homage to the striking green gown.
The Concepts x Versace chain reaction shoe in green emerald is available on the Concepts website.
It doesn’t come cheap, retailing for men and women at a hefty $1,075 (£859).
The Versace logo of the head of Medusa is embossed on the back of the heel, while the insole features the Versace x Concepts branding symbol.
Before Lopez’s appearance at the 2000 Grammies, the jungle-patterned chiffon Versace dress was worn by model and actor Amber Valletta on the catwalk for the luxury fashion label’s spring/summer collection.
In January 2015, Eric Schmidt, the former Google CEO, stated that the interest that spiked on the internet by Lopez’s Versace gown was part of the inspiration behind the development of Google Image Search.
In March, Hurley recreated the Versace safety pin dress that she wore the the premiere of Four Weddings and a Funeral 25 years ago.
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