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Have you ever had an outfit that was so good that people talked about it again and again? Ever worn something that made a big impact? What about something that created one of the biggest image search engines in the world?

That last one is an honour that’s only held by one person. Jennifer Lopez. In 2000, Jennifer turned up to the Grammys in a silk green dress. It didn’t leave a lot to the imagination and looked like it could simply be blown off with the slightest gust of wind. It became known as one of the most iconic dresses of the 21st century. It recently had its 20th birthday, and Versace hosted a fashion show commemorating this huge moment in fashion history.

When the dress was first seen by the public, everyone wanted to look at it. The guys at Google saw this realised that there should be a place where you can search images online, so they created Google Images. In this video from Vogue, Jenny talks about the story behind the dress and her reaction to the fact that it inspired an entirely new search engine.

Jennifer Lopez Dress|Vogue|Fashion

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