'The Morning Show' star, 54, wore Dolce & Gabbana to the show on Sunday
Jennifer Aniston is getting her glam on!
“Off to @criticschoice 🖤,” Aniston, who wore a Dolce & Gabbana jumpsuit to the event, wrote in the caption.
In the opening of the clip — which was accompanied by Harry Styles’ hit song “Cinema" — Aniston had her lipstick applied by a makeup artist. At one point, she smiled at the camera and flashed a peace sign.
A sketch from fashion house of the star's pared-back red carpet look for Sunday’s ceremony was revealed in the following shot, which was signed by the designer duo.
The next shot featured the former Friends star's custom feathered bustier top for the evening which was hanging from a clothes rack.
The actress was then seen having her ensemble — which also featured a pair of tailored pants and a side sash — fitted.
After one final check of her look, the actress headed outside to a waiting car as she flashed a wink and a smile once again to the camera.
For the awards, Aniston paired satin heels with her look and had her hair styled in loose waves. She added jewels by De Beers, which included white gold diamond earrings, a pear-shaped diamond ring and a diamond cocktail ring.
Aniston was nominated for best actress in a drama series for The Morning Show on Sunday. The show scored the highest number of TV nominations with six nods, including a best actress nomination for her costar Reese Witherspoon.
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Aniston’s latest Dolce & Gabbana look comes after she previously collaborated with the designer duo earlier this month on a custom black strapless gown for the 2024 Golden Globes.
The star also excited fans on the evening of the Critics' Choice Awards as she debuted a "sexy" new 'do.
Dubbed "The Rachel 2.0" — the choppy long bob was the work of Aniston's longtime friend and stylist Chris McMillan and had fans reminiscing about her Friends character Rachel Greene's iconic hairstyle.
McMillan opened up about creating the new look just days before the awards ceremony. While he didn’t confirm whether or not it was directly drawn from Aniston’s Rachel Greene days, the Beverly Hills-based pro did write that he aimed for “sexy, natural and effortless” with her blunt collarbone-hitting cut which featured “invisible layers” throughout.
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