Speaking of hot bodies, Jennifer Lopez looks stunning on the cover of Vanity Fair's September issue.

In J.Lo's first interview after her high-profile split from singer Marc Anthony in July, she opens up to contributing editor Lisa Robinson and poses for photographer Mario Testino. "Sometimes it doesn't work- and that's sad," she says. However, Lopez insists that despite the recent turn of events, "I remain an eternal optimist about love...It's still my biggest dream."

She reveals what eventually lead her to end the relationship. "To understand that a person is not good for you, or that that person is not treating you in the right way, or that he is not doing the right thing for himself—if I stay, then I am not doing the right thing for me," she confesses.

Marc Anthony, Lopez's husband of seven years and father of her twins, has supposedly taken the divorce with great difficulty, even breaking down in the middle of live performances. "He will always hold a special place in my heart as the father of my children," says Jennifer of Marc. Nevertheless, she states, "I love myself enough to walk away from that now."

In this magazine cover image released by Vanity Fair, actress and singer Jennifer Lopez graces the cover of the September issue. (AP Photo / Mario Testino for Vanity Fair)

Aside from the J.Lo-Marc Anthony drama, we're prioritizing the best aspect of this issue, which is VF's 72nd "International Best-Dressed List."

The annual feature compiles the crème de la crème of fashion's elite. 2010 honorees include Diane Kruger, Denmark's Princess Mary, First Lady Michelle Obama, Wendi Murdoch, Tory Burch, Lady Gaga, the Lauren siblings, Pharrell Williams, Alec Baldwin and more.

Our projections for 2011 honorees include Diane Kruger (she makes it every year), Rashida Jones, The Delevigne sisters, actress Cate Blanchett, awesome pair Lauren Bush and David Lauren, British "It Girl" Alexa Chung, and Tod's CEO Diego Della Valle, who has recently garnered praise for his efforts to restore the Colosseum in Rome through the "Project Italia" movement.

We're looking forward to devouring the issue, once it hits newstands and arrives in the mail tomorrow.