Jennifer López presents her collection, Justsweet 2008, at New York's Fashion Week. The Puerto Rican artist looks like one of the models as she struts the catwalk.
JLo's fantasy-themed line is childlike and bright. This dress stands out for its shine.
The actress describes Justsweet as "funky," which makes sense with colors like "fairy dust," "magic mint" and "pirate rose."
Butterflies, trees, purples and pinks splash the Bryant Park fashion show.
Minidresses, shorts and bows grace the models on stage.
For looking so sophisticated, JLo's styles might seem expensive, but the prices are accessible: each garment costs between 49 and 99 dollars.
Young women can look elegant with details as simple as a shiny band at the bottom of a dress or a short jacket.
The models on the Justsweet catwalk wear the glam just like JLo does: baring a single shoulder.
The singer remarked at the show that she doesn't seek designer credibility, but rather wants to make clothes that all women can wear.
JLo and artist Kustaa Saksi, who decorated the site and the show's invitations, receive enthusiastic applause at the end of the show.