February 28, 2005 12:00 PM

J.Lo’s Fashion Show

Jennifer Lopez unveils Sweetface, her high-end clothing line, to cap New York City’s Fall Fashion Week

“It’s sexy street glamor,” says Jennifer Lopez (arriving at the Bryant Park tents on Feb. 11 with husband Marc Anthony) of her collection.

THE LOOK

Naomi Campbell tips an oversize, floppy mink hat with a silk chiffon jumpsuit and fox fur collar.

Fly button: These low riders boast a $2 million 16.67-carat diamond closure.

This model’s in the mink with a fur hat, boots and shorts. Yes, mink shorts.

“Two hours ago it hit me that this was happening. I had to breathe, but now I feel good,” says Lopez, helping a model backstage, where a sign read, “Be super sexy! Have fun! Work it!”

It’s easy to chill but not freeze in this bleached silver-fox coat, beaded top and corduroy pants.

For the finale, a triumphant Lopez greets the audience in a Sweetface sweater and jeans and 4-in. Christian Louboutin heels. The colorful runway had been sprinkled with 200 lbs. of Swarovski crystals, which helps to explain how the show’s tab topped $2 million.

CLIVE DAVIS’S PRE-GRAMMY PARTY

BEVERLY HILLS HOTEL, FEB.12

Jamie Foxx shimmies up to Diana Ross as they duet on “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” part of the night’s tribute to the singer.

Usher shows some love to Davis (left), the 72-year-old music impresario who hosted the annual star-studded bash.

Jessica Simpson turns heads—especially her own—in a sexy vintage Yves Saint Laurent cocktail dress.

Before the Grammys, “I just keep really busy, so I won’t have time to be nervous,” says Alicia Keys (center), who bonded with actresses Regina King (left) and Vivica A. Fox.

THE ORANGE BAFTA AWARDS

LONDON, FEB. 12

“I consider myself British,” says London-born Mischa Barton, who breezes down the red carpet in vintage Dior before awarding a trophy to Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban for most popular film of the year.

At the BAFTA Awards, Britain’s answer to the Oscars, Clive Owen celebrates his best supporting actor win with presenter Goldie Hawn.

Though Leonardo DiCaprio leaves empty-handed (Jamie Foxx nabbed best actor), The Aviator garnered four prizes, including best film.

After picking up the best supporting actress statuette, Cate Blanchett (in Armani Privé) gets a bonus buss from screen-writer husband Andrew Upton.

NEW ORLEANS, FEB. 13

On a break from filming All the King’s Men, Jude Law stands tall in the saddle as he rides at a local equestrian center.

CHICAGO

Oprah Winfrey attempts to get her ears pierced for the first time on an episode of her talk show (to air Feb. 21). “Hey, it’s no different than getting a shot, right?” she asked. “I need a shot of tequila.”

HOLLYWOOD, FEB. 14

Uma Thurman wears her hearts on her Dolce & Gabbana mini-dress at the Valentine’s Day premiere of her comedy Be Cool, costarring John Travolta.

BEVERLY HILLS, FEB. 10

Filming the video for her single “It’s Like That,” Mariah Carey bolts into the arms of actor Wentworth Miller (inset). The Vera Wang gown she wore for the clip was the same dress that she wore for her 1993 wedding to music mogul Tommy Mottola. (The couple divorced almost five years later.)

PEBBLE BEACH, CALIF., FEB. 11

“It’s in the hole!” Bill Murray sinks a putt that helped clinch a fourth-place finish at the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am golf tournament.

LONDON, FEB. 9

Gwen Stefani tresses out at the Brit Awards, the U.K.’s top music competition, where she won international female artist honors and acknowledged one Englishman in particular. “I would like to thank my super-duper cute British husband [Gavin Rossdale],” she said.

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