Janet Jackson In Alexander McQueen – Marco Glaviano ‘Supermodels’ Exhibition

Janet Jackson attended the Marco Glaviano ‘Supermodels’ exhibition opening at the Keszler Gallery in New York City yesterday.

It’s been a long while since we last saw Janet on a red carpet, and it’s shocking how she appears to be getting younger.

The singer appears to have paid homage to her late brother Michael Jackson whilst wearing this Alexander McQueen Resort 2012 jacket.

Her black jacket with gold embroidery is reminiscent of the jacket MJ wore in the music video for ‘We Are The World’.

Black faded jeans and suede ankle boots completed her look.

Credit: Style.com & FameFlynet

15 thoughts on “Janet Jackson In Alexander McQueen – Marco Glaviano ‘Supermodels’ Exhibition

    1. Gustavo Velasco

      Sorry, but i´m not agree, the best way to use a couture like piece is with a simple jeans

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  1. AnderBoBo

    The jeans are killing this look, she looks amazing but even a simple swap for black slacks would have elevated this look and given that jacket a worthy companion.

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  2. Riley

    I agree with everyone that the jeans are trashy and awful with the couture jacket.

    She was trying to look dressed up but event appropriate, but she got it wrong by choosing a too fancy jacket.

    Otherwise she looks great. She is glowing.

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  3. Arlena

    I can’t believe how good she looks. Yes, different bottoms would have been preferred, but come on, this is Janet! When does she ever look this good? I want this jacket.

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  4. P.

    if you mean get younger by applying too much botox and injecting substances on her cheeks, she is almost a teenager. BTW, the jacket is gorgeous, but paired with that jeans and boots makes it very trashy.Trust on JJ to cheapen Balmain !

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    1. Molly

      Except here she would be cheapening McQueen…. (IMO, Balmain often looks cheap all on its own. Not my favorite looks most of the time. But that’s neither here nor there in this case.)

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