Jennifer Lopez InStyle Magazine Cover: 'Shades Of Blue' Star Reveals Her Wardrobe Changes At The AMAs

By Jonnalyn Cortez January 4, 2016 2:30 AM EST
Jennifer Lopez

IN PHOTO: Host Jennifer Lopez performs during the 2015 American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California November 22, 2015. (Photo: REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni)

Jennifer Lopez looked ageless as she graced the cover of InStyle magazine's February issue. The 46-year-old star still stayed stunning despite of having a very hectic schedule, from a series of concerts, filming and looking after her twins, 8-year-old Max and Emme.

According to E! Online, the actress is too busy she is actually doing "Shades of Blue," which will premiere on Jan. 7 on NBC at 10 p.m. ET. She will also reprise her role as an "American Idol" judge while preparing herself for 20 concerts as part of her "All I Have" Las Vegas residency.

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In an accompanied interview, the spread dubbed her as a "Wonder Woman" and talked about how she perfectly balances her career and family. "I am busy, and they know it," J.Lo stated.

"And they know part of their job is helping me get sleep. If I'm sleeping in, they're very quiet, like, 'Mommy needs to sleep! She worked late last night!' We're a team," she continued. "Becoming a mom makes you stronger but also more gentle, especially with yourself—and that changes everything," she added.

To recall, the fashion designer awed everyone as she hosted and donned a number of outfits at the American Music Awards 2015. In fact, two days after her stint, she went to L.A. to do her cover for InStyle magazine, which will hit the newsstand on Jan. 8.

She changed her casual attire, composed of Brunello Cucinelli suede coat and Yeezy boots, InStyle reported. She, then, sported six gorgeous attires in 60 minutes for the spread.

J.Lo wore designer clothes by Fendi and Narciso Rodriguez, then a rust-colored sweatshirt by Acne Studios paired with a white skirt by Calvin Klein Collection, while dancing to the hits of Jess Glynne and The Weeknd. Also, she was adorned with Céline, Marni, and David Yurman earrings and leather bangles made by Altuzarra, which is part of its 2016 spring collection.

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