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No one will be surprised to see Jennifer Aniston on a September cover.

I’m not exactly sure what her count is, but it wouldn’t surprise me if we are now in double figures.

The actress graces 2 covers of the Harper’s Bazaar US September 2010 issue (left is the subscribers cover).

If your first thought was Barbara Streisand is on the cover of the black and white picture you’d be half right, as Jennifer’s editorial was inspired by the iconic actress.

What I obviously love about this editorial is that Jennifer is waaaayy out of her comfort-zone.

Congrats to the Harper’s Bazaar team and photographer Mark Seliger for daring to show us a different side to Jennifer.

From the hair, to the clothes and overall styling I love everything about this editorial, because if I’d seen one picture of Jen with her flowing hair on a beach I would’ve lost it.

On the black and white cover she wears Derek Lam, but the rest of her editorial she’s playful in Giambattista Valli, dainty in Dior, sultry in Donna Karan and golden in Gianfranco Ferré.

You can read her whole interview at harpersbazaar.com.

Here are some extracts:

On what she’s learned from Barbra Streisand: “You don’t have to stop at one thing. You can do it all if you want to.” Read more…

I love Jennifer Aniston, because she tends to makes it easy for me to id what she’s wearing.

The actress is currently in London for the launch of her new fragrance ‘Lolavie’ at Harrods.

Like most special occasions Jennifer opted for her favourite designer – Valentino.

Her nude Pre-Fall 2010 dress was accented with bows on the breast, empire waist and hem.

Strappy Azzedine Alaia sandals complete her gorgeous look.

As much as I’m in shock that she’s not wearing a black, I not at all surprised that she’s hasn’t humoured me by doing something different with her hair.

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Looking back at Jennifer Aniston’s promotional tour for “The Bounty Hunter” one thing is clear. She loves Valentino.

She has done for a long time so this is no surprise to us.

The surprise was when she wore the pink Christian Lacroix Couture bathrobe gown mostly because it wasn’t black.

My fave looks were of course her Donna Karan gown and her Valentino Berlin dress.

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The golden girl of Hollywood rom-com Jennifer Aniston appears on the May 2010 cover of Harper’s Bazaar UK.

Jennifer talks botox, girl-power and her self-confessed re-birth. She also reveals a more mysterious side to the girl we think we all know.

I love the editorial which was shot by Alexi Lubomirski.

It features a glowing Jennifer soaking up the rays wearing Missoni dress on the cover and a Fendi lingerie inspired ensemble in her editorial.

For some reason Morocco springs to mind when I look at these beautiful pictures. It’s the combination of the eye squinting hazy sun shine and those printed rugs.

Below are some extracts from her interview.

The full feature appears in the May issue of Harper’s Bazaar, which is on sale Thursday, April 1.

On her love of British comedy: “I so love the British sense of humour – I was obsessed with Benny Hill and Monty Python as a child. Oh my god, and I am so hooked on Ricky Gervais.” Read more…

The Madrid Premiere for “The Bounty Hunter” was the last stop on Jennifer Aniston’s European promotional tour.

With that in mind we shouldn’t be surprised to see her revert back to black, stick with Valentino and sport that hairstyle we instantly recognise.

After seeing Jen in this black Valentino Pre-Fall 2010 mini dress with a sequin panel detail and flounce chiffon skirt, I instantly thought that this dress would’ve been suited to Kristen Stewart or Dakota Fanning.

I’ve tried…believe me I’ve tried to love Jen’s looks this promotional tour but excluding the Donna Karan dress, I seem to find one thing I don’t like about each of them or over compensating just because the dress is not black.

This dress just doesn’t say anything. It doesn’t define Jennifer Aniston in anyway. It tells me nothing about her nor her style.

When I see Tilda Swinton in Jil Sander or any other designer, I feel a sense of purpose and a thought process into why she picked the particular look. I get the same feeling from Audrey Tautou.

I would go as far as to say I preferred the Lacroix Couture dress to this, because with that dress I felt like she was trying.

At the photocall earlier in the day, I felt this ribbed white dress was more suited to Jen’s style (whatever that maybe).

Her dress was paired with grey Gucci grey suede open toe slingback pumps.

All in all I feel a bit deflated by these looks and wished she continued to up her game after her Donna Karan look.

*puts Team Aniston banners away for next promo tour*

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