Who Is Us Weekly's Style Icon of the Decade?

Celebrity Style Apr. 21, 2010 AT 8:47AM
Who Is Us Weekly's Style Icon of the Decade?

From the daring, low-cut Versace dress she rocked at the 2000 Grammys to the Old Hollywood-glamour Armani Prive gown she donned to the Oscars last month, Jennifer Lopez has long been a fashion force.

That's why Us Weekly named the singer-actress, 40 (whose newest romantic comedy, The Back-Up Plan, hits theaters Friday), Style Icon of the Decade.

PHOTOS AND VIDEO: Meet Us Weekly's 2010 Hot Hollywood style winners

"It's an incredible honor!" the mom of 2-year-old twins Max and Emme tells the new Us Weekly. "When they told me, I was just like, 'Really? Oh, my god! That's so awesome.' It's just so great for me, because I really do love fashion, and I have since I was a little girl."

Lopez, along with Us' other Hot Hollywood style winners (see list below), will be feted at Us' annual Hot Hollywood bash in L.A. Thursday. (All the gossip and exclusive photos will be featured on  UsMagazine.com Friday!)

PHOTOS: Jennifer's life with her twins

For more on Lopez -- including how she dropped 50 pounds of baby weight (including her exact workout and diet plan); how she dresses her curves and adds a "sexy edge" to her style and what she does to keep her marriage to Marc Anthony hot -- pick up the new Us Weekly today!

US' HOT HOLLYWOOD STYLE WINNERS:

Jennifer Lopez: Style Icon of the Decade 

Sheryl Crow: The Trendy Traditionalist

Nicole Scherzinger, Brooke Burke, Erin Andrews: The Dancing With the Stars Divas 

Anna Kendrick: The New Showstopper

Sofia Vergara: The Sophisticated Siren

Kelly Osbourne: The Punk Princess 

Katharine McPhee: The In-Vogue Vocalist

Mark Salling: The Casual-Cool Hunk

Nikki Reed: The Colorful Coquette

Alyson Hannigan: The Ex-Tomboy

Jason Lewis: The California Boy

Molly Sims: The Model Turned Mogul

Monica: The No-Mom-Jeans Mom

Ryan Kwanten: The Innovator

Kristoffer Polaha: The Hipster Dad

Curtis Stone: The Coy Cosmopolitan

David Boreanaz: The Debonair Leading Man

Jesse Williams: The Individualist

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