“Jungle” on the podium. Jennifer Lopez dazzled the Versace fashion show at Milan Fashion Week this Friday, September 20th, as she closed the collection with her confident and determined step. But what made hysterical spectators – then users – is the outfit that Donatella Versace has concocted for this parade: an ultra-sexy dress with the motif “jungle“, became cult in 2000 thanks to her.
At the age of 50, the singer and actress draped her body from a deep neckline to the belly button, revealing her hips, back and legs, all with a long, fluid train. The pattern of this outfit is the same as the one that adorned the dress that the diva wore in the year 2000 at the Grammy Awards.
Me: thinking I look pretty good for 50+.
— Matthew Hodson (@Matthew_Hodson) September 21, 2019
J-Lo rocks a new version of THAT dress and it’s MAJOR pic.twitter.com/tWVzhV5sje
— Melanie Usher (@mjgal) September 21, 2019
The famous low-cut and transparent dress Jennifer Lopez became cult in 2000 with its cut and its printed, but also because, faced with a madness that it generated, the creator of Google then had the idea to … create Google Images.
Indeed, in 2000, Google offered only links and articles with no image or almost. Given the many requests of Internet users of the time to see the famous photo, it was decided to create a search engine for images, said Eric Schmidt, the creator of Google in an interview spotted by The Independent.
“People wanted more than just text. This began to appear after the Grammy Awards of 2000, where Jennifer Lopez wore a green dress that caught the attention of the world. At the time, it was the most popular search query we have ever seen. But we had no sure way to get exactly what the users wanted: JLo was wearing that precise dress. Google Images is born “.