Google helped debut Jennifer Lopez’s new Versace Jungle costume at Milan Trend Week


In February 2000, the “most popular search query Google had seen at the time” was of the Versace Jungle print costume worn by Jennifer Lopez to the Grammy Awards. It spurred the creation of Google Photographs and practically 20 years later, Google helped bring it back throughout Milan Trend Week on Friday.

Within the early 2000s, Google solely supplied textual content and hyperlink outcomes on the net. Consequently, it was not in a position to “surface the results that people wanted — a picture of Jennifer in the dress.” This led Google to create Picture Search, and nearly 20 years later Google performed a task in it coming again at Versace’s Milan Trend Week present.

Lopez — carrying a “revamped green dress in the print” — was launched by the Google Assistant. The emblem and “Ok Google” tagline appeared as Assistant was requested to “show me images of the Versace jungle dress.”

That easy command resulted in picture outcomes from 2000 blanketing screens surrounding the catwalk stage. Designer Donatella Versace then requested to “now show me the real jungle dress.” After the Assistant chime, Lopez walked on stage to mannequin it.

Lopez’s Jungle costume reveal ended the present, and acquired Google’s model in entrance of a really excessive style and luxurious viewers. Equally, YouTube launched a brand new /Fashion vertical earlier this month. The runaway area was additionally embellished utilizing Google’s Tilt Brush VR drawing device.

Google Photographs launched over a yr after after the Grammys in February 2000 on July 12, 2001. It gained the Material Theme redesign on the desktop internet final yr and simply added a new side panel UI. On cellular, Picture Search now features Google Lens integration.

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