For the past decades, Lebanese Fashion Designers have been in high demand worldwide by celebrities seeking to stand out among their peers in the red carpet.
From dressing leading Hollywood stars and international personalities and royalties to dazzling the world at fashion weeks, our designers have been conveying globally Lebanon’s remarkable aesthetic creativity and strong sense of fashion and beauty.
Among the top world celebrities who show off in Lebanese custom-designed outfits is none other than Jennifer Lopez. With her striking love for novel fashion, the American superstar has never failed to amaze her fans.
This is exactly what just happened in her latest music video Medicine where she appears in an extraordinary white jumpsuit designed especially for her video performance by Lebanese designer Zuhair Murad.
The 49-year old singer performed in the video in six different looks. She chose to show off her body in a blinged-out white jumpsuit and white cowboy hat and boots, courtesy of the Lebanese Zuhair Murad.
From his side, the Lebanese designer posted some photos of Lopez wearing his stunning beaded piece, and commented: “Jlo radiates in ZUHAIR MURAD Couture Spring-Summer 2018 in her new music video MEDICINE.”
The Medicine music video is considered another great moment for our Lebanese designer. The video crossed 4 million views within 24 hours.
Rapper French Montana took part in this video clip’s performance in a new collaboration with JLo after their success in the song “I Luh Ya Papi” in 2014.
This is not the first time Jennifer Lopez wears outfits by Zuhair Murad. She seems to love the outstanding creativity of our designer as she has worn many of his designs on previous different occasions.
Just recently, Lopez wore a dress to the after party of the Vanity Fair Oscar from Zuhair’s ocean-inspired couture Spring-Summer 19 collection.
This is such occasion in which we love to emphasize Lebanon’s perpetual contribution of its beautiful creative minds and refined taste to the world. And they have been many.
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