The 54-year-old actress shows off her toned body and flawless skin in a series of edgy photos for the magazine’s 10th anniversary issue.
A dream come true
Jennifer Aniston took to Instagram on Wednesday to share some behind-the-scenes snaps from her recent shoot for CR Fashion Book, a biannual publication founded by former Vogue Paris editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld.
The star of The Morning Show posed in black underwear, a white bolero jacket, and a black tie for one of the covers, while another featured her in an oversized Versace suit with a Fleur du Mal bra peeking out. She also wore a Bottega Veneta suit and a Valentino cropped shirt with pants and a tie for the black-and-white spread.
“@carineroitfeld this was a dream come true to work with you,” Aniston wrote in her caption. “And the incredible @zoeygrossman [the shoot’s photographer]. The ridiculously talented hair and makeup team…@mrchrismcmillan and @georgieeisdell.”
A hair icon
Aniston, who is known for her iconic hairstyles, also opened up about her new haircare line, LolaVie, which she said has been “decades” in the making.
“All of the products I’ve used over my lifetime—at home or work—were all part of the R&D for LolaVie,” she said. “We work tirelessly on the development of each of our products until we get it to a place where we all feel satisfied. We don’t launch until it’s right.”
She revealed that she was inspired by Valerie Bertinelli’s hair on the cover of Us magazine in the ’80s, and that she has had some haircuts that she regrets. “Where do I start…haven’t we all?” she said.
A healthy lifestyle
Aniston also shared some of her secrets to staying fit and healthy at 54. She said she drinks lots of water, moves her body daily, tries to eat whole, fresh foods, and gets as much sleep as she can.
“That last part is so challenging for me, but it’s so important. I feel it when I don’t get enough rest,” she said. “In addition to all of that, I try to be really mindful about what I let into my headspace. Our world is really going through some challenges, and I know we all care a lot, but sometimes I think it’s imperative that we turn off the noise.”
She also praised Pvolve, a fitness program that she said was “transformative” for her. “I leave every workout feeling energized and strong, but not beat up. I encourage people to try it and see it for themselves. Whatever your fitness level, it’s a workout where you can truly start where you are,” she said.
CR Fashion Book Issue 23 and CR Men Issue 17 will be available on newsstands October 3.