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While the week’s biggest red carpet is done and dusted, Hollywood’s style stars were out on the town yesterday, decked out yet again in designer duds. So how did Anne Hathaway, Kate Bosworth, Sarah Jessica Parker, and more measure up? Let’s take a look.
If you take the tabloid rumor mill at their word, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux should be getting married any week now, since Aniston’s new comedy is finally set to wrap filming in Connecticut tomorrow. Which of course must mean that the actress’ dress is being sewn, embroidered, fitted, and finished as we speak. But who is the lucky designer?
We love celebs who match on the red carpet (and family that match on Election Night). At last night’s American Cinematheque Award Gala honoring Ben Stiller, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux showed up in coordinating black and white ensembles that were totally adorable and lovely.
Friends may have aired its last episode more than eight years ago, taking Rachel Green and her storied locks with it, but Jennifer Aniston‘s hair is still making headlines. Okay, maybe just today — the actress has just announced her partnership with Living Proof, a Massachusetts-based line of hair products.
After dating for over a year, Jennifer Aniston and Justin Theroux are engaged!
Last night, New York celebrated the annual amfAR Inspiration Gala, while California honored Shirley MacLaine with the AFI Life Achievement Award. But who was best dressed?
We always love it when a celebrity cops to a little aesthetic enhancement, but Jennifer Aniston’s candid tale of her laser peel experience takes the cake.
While everyone else wore Calvin, Jennifer Aniston wore Kaufman Franco. And while we’re normally fans of the super structured, super sexy line, Aniston’s gunmetal mini dress has us wondering: how low is too low?
You know how we feel about summer clothes on a fall cover, but somehow Jennifer Aniston‘s tank top and shorts combo on the November cover of Elle magazine makes sense to us.
Last night, Jennifer Aniston, Brooklyn Decker, and Nicole Kidman stepped out to celebrate the premiere of “Just Go With It.” And while the movie looks passably entertaining, the fashion was anything but.
Not too long ago, someone said to us, “Wow, Jennifer Aniston looks really good on the cover of Allure. Did you hear she didn’t really like the Rachel?” And while that’s certainly interesting, we didn’t even make it to the interview because we were so focused on the fact that these pictures don’t really look a lot like Aniston at all.
We’re not sure what to make of these unretouched photos of Jennifer Aniston which are making the web rounds this slow, summery Thursday afternoon. We suppose the point is to be all, “Look! She has wrinkles!” but we think she just looks kinda fun. Images inside.
Jennifer Aniston and her co-star Juliette Lewis celebrated the premiere of The Switch in style last night, but while the two couldn’t have looked more different, we can’t decide whose look we liked best.
We’re used to pitting cover stars against one another. It’s just in our fashion blood to do so! But as we pondered who had the better cover — Jennifer Aniston for Harper’s Bazaar or Julia Roberts for Elle — we came across something that left us a bit confused.
Jennifer Aniston has spent the last two weeks on a whirlwind press tour for her new movie, “The Bounty Hunter” starring Gerard Butler as her love interest. But as much as we love rom-coms, the real star of the red carpet has been Aniston’s sartorial choices. From New York to Berlin, Paris to Madrid, Aniston made some interesting (and controversial!) decisions
Once upon a time, the cover ladies of fashion’s most important and influential magazines were referred to as Supermodels. But with the advent of tabloids and the obsession with celebrity culture, fashion magazines steered away from model-covers and opted for actresses, musicians, and socialites instead. And then Kate Moss graced the cover of W’s September Issue, Linda Evangelista the cover of November, and now this month’s Vogue features a decidedly 90s-inspired Gisele Bundchen.