Jennifer Aniston Wears a Micro Bikini Top and G-String in New Cover Shoot

Zoey Grossman | Allure

Jennifer Aniston has our attention. While the actor and hair-care founder has graced many a cover, her latest for Allure is an eye-catcher. For the magazine's December 2022 issue — its last in print — Aniston wore an array of alluring, nostalgic pieces from the '90s in a shoot photographed by Zoey Grossman and styled by Shibon Kennedy.

The stunning images begin with the cover, on which the actor wears a micro bikini top stamped with the Chanel logo, which first debuted on the 1996 runway. She styled it with a 1997 Gucci G-string, which peeks out from her black Saint Laurent skirt. The pieces came courtesy of El Cycèr, and fans were quick to recognize that the sultry Chanel design has also been worn by Kim Kardashian, who posted the look on Twitter in October 2018.

In a subsequent photo from her Allure magazine shoot, Aniston shows off the back of the skirt and vintage G-string featuring interlocking Gs, forgoing the bikini top. The actor, who spoke about her fertility struggles and personal growth in the profile, poses next in another bra top. Wearing a strapless bandeau from Isa Boulder with slouchy Balmain trousers, Aniston completed her look with a sparkly statement belt embellished with the Dior logo, from spring 2003.

The film producer also wears striking looks from Aisling Camps and Calle Del Mar in the spread, including a completely backless black dress with extreme cutouts, a casual blue bandeau and skirt, and a red cutout one-piece swimsuit with a matching leather jacket draped over her. Aniston shared behind-the-scenes footage and photos from the shoot, writing, "End of an era. Thank you @allure for making me the cover girl of your very last print issue 🤍."

Aniston's bold cover comes just a day after another stunning feature. Jennifer Lopez covered the latest issue of Vogue on Nov. 8, wearing a see-through skirt and bra top among other edgy and whimsical pieces.

Check out more from Aniston's latest shoot ahead.