The look works for Aniston. There's no denying that she has the body to carry it off but as always, the look is an obvious choice for her. Like Scarlett Johannson, I'm desperate to see her sport something interesting and different on the red carpet but considering that she hasn't steered away from dresses like this for years, sadly it's unlikely to happen.
Yesterday night saw Calvin Klein help ELLE celebrate their 18th annual ELLE Women in Hollwood Tribute and all eyes were on Elizabeth Olsen, as the young actress picked up the Calvin Klein Collection Emerging Star Spotlight Award for her upcoming role in 'Martha Mrcy May Marlene.
I've been critical of Olsen's fashion's choices in the past but wearing Calvin Klein Collection, naturally, she really impressed me at the event and the look was definitely the best outfit we've seen from her so far making her future red carpet appearances look promising. But she wasn't the only person wearing the brand as ELLE's Joe Zee and Robbie Myers were both wardrobed by the brand as well as celebrities like Jennifer Aniston, Naomi Watts and Freida Pinto.
The event was also celebrated in the magazine too as the November issue feature eight different subscribers covers all featuring a selection of this year's honorees.
The past few issues of US Vogue have marked a real turning point. It's no secret that their cover-star choices are safe (think Anne Hathaway and Jennifer Aniston) so seeing Kristen Stewart, Rihanna and Lady Gaga bag their first covers this year has been a breath of fresh air. But, it looks like we've spoken too soon. The magazine has reverted back to its comfort zone by choosing Reese Witherspoon to front the May issue. We're all fans of the actress, but the decision to use her is disappointing.
Last night the Nokia Theatre in L.A. played host to the 2011 People's Choice. Jennifer Aniston presented Adam Sandler with the award for favourite comedy actor and Jackie Chan was awarded the title as favourite action star, which went to Johnny Depp last year. As expected, 'Twilight' was the big winner of the night receiving three awards and Kristen Stewart walked away with the big favourite actress gong.
As the September issues of our favourite monthly glossies are regarded as the biggest and most important of the year, there is without a doubt an air of anticipation when it comes to who will land the front cover. As many reporters have picked up on, this year's September issues are flaunting the older icons in our media world: Jennifer Aniston and Jennifer Lopez, both aged 41, Julia Roberts aged 42 and Halle Berry aged 44 all grace the September covers of Harper's Bazaar, Glamour, Elle and Vogue, all over the age of 40.
Whilst it seems a little sad that their ages are racking up column inches, the choice taken by the editor-in-chiefs of these magazines could be celebrating life post forty, seeing as we live in a world so focused on anti-ageing. That said, however, many have picked up on the reality that these icons have access to the world's best hair and makeup artists, fitness instructors, even dare we say it, plastic surgeons, and so many reporters have pointed out that these plus-forty cover stars don't actually look their age.
The Cut have even gone as far as to say that by using older cover stars, the magazines are targeting those readers who aren't so keen on getting their information fix online, "maybe these covers are a grasp at the people clinging to their monthly media," they announce, to the point. The Daily News takes a slightly different angle, putting the significance of the covers down to this message, "It's time to grow up if you think youth is everything," whilst their title is a little more optimistic, "September style bibles use Jennifer Lopez, Julia Roberts, Halle Berry to prove 40 is nothing to fear."
At last night's premiere of 'The Switch' in Los Angeles, Jennifer Aniston stuck to a basic colour palette in this strapless dress. Topping off her look, she sported nude heeled sandals and a California tan.
Two weeks ago we told you all about the rumoured cover stars for the big magazine's september issues and today a lot of these were confirmed by WWD.
Although Stefano Tonchi was rumoured to have chosen Lindsay Lohan to cover his first september issue at W, he is now said to be working with Zoe Kravitz and actress Emma Roberts. The Cut reports that Vogue has not confirmed Halle Berry as there September cover but according to insiders, it's a done deal.
WWd confirmed the following covers:
Elle — Julia Roberts Harper's Bazaar — Jennifer Aniston InStyle — Hilary Swank Vanity Fair — Lady Gaga T — Freida Pinto
Jennifer Anistonchose an interesting, shall we say, campaign for her new fragrance, Lolavie. To summarise: she's naked, on a cold grey rock, alone, looking scared. This, mind you, is a woman perpetually slammed by the tabloids for being...alone. But Jen does have a one-up on Kimora Lee Simmons ads, since at least she seems to use her own body in the campaign.
Lolavia should make Aniston a ton of money - and good for her - but we say if she comes out with another perfume (and don't we need more celebrity fragrances...), she shouldn't picture herself stranded somewhere. Until then, we'll just focus on the actress' perpetually great hair and forget the rest.
I could do it, and I mean these lines are getting deeper every day, but when I tell you what's happened to me - these lines are just about living. Look I eat really well and I work out, but I also indulge when I want to. I don't starve myself in an extremist way. You're not taking away my coffee or my dairy or my glass of wine because I'd be devastated. My advice: just stop eating shit every day.