The actress opened up about hair, health and friends for the magazine's 10th-anniversary issue
Jennifer Aniston is a CR Fashion Book muse!
The actress, 54, was revealed as one of the magazine’s latest cover star on Wednesday and — in everything from a bikini top and tie to an oversize Versace suit — she brings her signature glow to its glossy pages.
On the 10th-anniversary cover, styled by Editor in Chief Carine Roitfeld, Aniston stuns in a cropped shirt, trousers and a tie — all Valentino — worn loosely over a dainty Fleur du Mal bra.
Throughout the black-and-white spread, photographed by Zoey Grossman, the star sports several more looks, taking her A-list, beauty mogul status to new heights in a Bottega Veneta suit and channeling her Friends-era style in oversize, '90s-esque silhouettes.
In others, the star looks effortlessly glam in a sultry smoky eye and glossy lip, her world-famous tresses flowing freely in front of her face.
Aniston shared a selection of photos from the shoot on Instagram.
“@carineroitfeld this was a dream come true to work with you 😘,” she captioned the post. “And the incredible @zoeygrossman 📸❤️ The ridiculously talented hair and makeup team…. @mrchrismcmillan and @georgieeisdell.”
For the issue — which also features fellow “muses” Post Malone and Kim Kardashian — the actress opened up about her iconic hair, from her ‘80s inspiration to her current passion project, haircare line LolaVie.
According to Aniston, who defined an entire hair era with her Friends character’s iconic cut, LolaVie 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 told CR Fashion Book.
But what pushed her to finally start a haircare line now? “The team!”
“From the start, the team at LolaVie shared my commitment to developing a haircare line that is effective using only the best ingredients possible,” she told the magazine. “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.”
When asked about her hair icons, Aniston replied, “I just love beautiful hair.”
“But I mean, did I love Valerie Bertinelli on the cover of Us magazine when she was wearing a red angora sweater and took that into the hair salon in the ‘80s. Mayyyyybe,” she cheekily added.
Th superstar also revealed that, contrary to popular belief, her hair does not always look perfect. When asked if she has ever gotten a cut or style she regrets, she responded, “Where do I start… haven’t we all?”
CR Fashion Book’s latest muse also chatted about how she spends her free time when she isn’t covering fashion magazines, acting or clocking in at LolaVie.
Her idea of a perfect Saturday and Sunday? “The answer is the same for both — with friends. I am fortunate to have the best.”
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The Golden Globe winner also shared a glimpse into how she takes care her health.
“I drink lots of water, move my body daily, try to eat whole, fresh foods, and get as much sleep as I can,” Aniston revealed. “That last part is so challenging for me, but it’s so important. I feel it when I don’t get enough rest.”
She continued, “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.”
The star also shared that, since working out with the Pvolve, whom she recently partnered with, she has been “motivated to work out in a way I haven’t been in years.”
“I don’t think I’ve had the same class twice,” she added.
As for her upcoming acting projects, which she could not discuss with the magazine due to the Hollywood strikes, Aniston said, “I’m really hoping for a fair resolution to the SAG-AFTRA and WGA strikes sooner than later.”
“There are so many crew members who are a part of our creative process who aren’t in either of those unions, who did not ask to be on strike and many are struggling financially,” she continued. “We just want everyone to get back to work as soon as possible.”
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