Jennifer Aniston appears on several covers of the October issue of InStyle magazine, but one particular photo has been criticized. The cover in question was one of five that InStyle posted on Instagram on Wednesday with Aniston, billed as an "eternal baby" to promote the magazine's beauty issue. ”Jennifer Aniston has been a beacon of American fashion…
Jennifer Aniston shows some covers from InStyle magazines October environment however, an issue that caught the eye.
The demand quilt was one in five posted by InStyle to Instagram on Wednesday, with Aniston, heralded as an "eternal baby" to promote the magazine's environment of magnificence.
"Jennifer Aniston has been a beacon of American glamor for the past 25 years, and now she's pushing her limits," teaches the Instagram caption. "In a chain of five newsstand covers (the correct ones are trying to solve a favorite), she channels looks of iconic magnificence from the 60s and 70s."
In the image – through which Aniston is wearing a dark DKNY bra, a Lalaounis necklace and bracelets Elizabeth Locke, John Hardy and Reinstein Ross – the actress, who mentioned in the magazine how she felt turning 50 earlier this year, looked retouched and dark , many social media customers were like a flash to demonstrate.
Much of the criticism perceived as firmly directed at the magazine.
Some when they contrast their appearance with that of Rachel Dolezal, a white woman who gained national attention in 2015 for disguising herself as dark while serving as the neighborhood NAACP leader.
“I understand that these covers supposedly channeled the glamor of the past, however, this & # 39; glamor & # 39; routinely marginalizes colored American girls to white American girls (whether they are now tanned or not) & # 39; & # 39; & # 39; commented Patricia Birch, an Instagram user. InStyle issue. “Seeing Jennifer Aniston much darker than frequent plays, my memory of this legacy. In 2019, when you prefer a brown-skinned woman for your quilt, establish a brown-skinned woman for your quilt. "
Others who weighed online defended the image, arguing that Aniston has been "tanned" since she was on the hit NBC sitcom "Chums" and that this quilt was nothing out of the ordinary.
An InStyle publicist told NBC Info: "This scene was inspired by Veruschka," a German model that was popular sometime in the 1960s. “The four different looks were inspired by Catherine Deneuve, Lauren Hutton, Brigitte Bardot and Charlotte Rampling.
The magazine sent NBC Info three pictures of Veruschka looking intensely tanned, which they said inspired the Aniston issue on demand.
Aniston did not respond directly to a request for comment on Thursday.
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