Tonight, Jennifer Lopez attended I Was Born To Be A Nurse You May See me Struggle But You Will Never See Me Quit shirt . the CFDA Awards in New York to collect her Fashion Icon award (past recipients include Rihanna, Lady Gaga, and Kate Moss), and the superstar certainly put that new title to good use when hitting the red carpet this evening. Attending with her stylish man, Alex Rodriguez, the singer slash actress chose an archival two-piece by Ralph Lauren for the occasion that originated from the American designer’s Fall 1999 collection. Only an icon can truly make a throwback piece, not to mention a red carpet crop top, feel completely fresh and current.
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Pulling off that tricky silhouette, Lopez paired her custom embellished cropped turtleneck with a matching silk taffeta skirt I Was Born To Be A Nurse You May See me Struggle But You Will Never See Me Quit shirt . The style—call it the antidote to the traditional full-coverage gown—was inspired by a look that supermodel Gisele Bündchen originally wore in the label’s Fall 1999 campaign; Lopez’s killer abs and out-of-this-world glow only helped revive the look with zing. Meanwhile, her tasteful styling helped elevate it, too: She accessorized the ensemble with a sparkling orange clutch and teardrop earrings, rounding out the look with A-list flourish. During the Worldwide Developers Conference yesterday, Apple unveiled and previewed its latest set of advancements, which included an expansion of its health-minded offerings. Among the most anticipated is the new Cycle Tracking app for Apple Watch, which gives women the ability to log important information about their menstrual cycle to not only track the timing of their next period, but monitor their flow, symptoms, and fertility as well. While similar to third-party apps such as Flo, Clue, and Glow, Apple’s feature will be preinstalled in Apple Watches, as well as within the Health app on iPhones with iOS 13, which makes the technology more readily accessible. And if you’re trying to conceive, the app’s fertility window predictions could be a helpful mechanism. (But as Apple stressed with a footnote in its press release, it should never be used as a birth control method.)”If you’re not trying to get pregnant, it can be falsely reassuring to think that you have a safe zone in which to have unprotected intercourse,” cautions Dr. Lauren Streicher, MD, of the Northwestern Medicine Center for Sexual Medicine and Menopause.
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