WEIRDLAND: Jennifer Aniston's lovely Lolavie fragrance

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Jennifer Aniston's lovely Lolavie fragrance

Jake Gyllenhaal & Jennifer Aniston in "The Good Girl" (2002).
Jake Gyllenhaal and Jennifer Aniston in Premiere magazine, photoshoot by Erin Patrice O'Brien.

"One school holds that the key lies in her girl-next-door image. A sometime waitress, she made her name on TV, not Broadway. She doesn't flaunt herself on yachts with the world's celebrity plutocrats. Instead of putting on Tinseltown airs, she remains ever demure and self-deprecating.
The butt of the critics' contempt can act impressively when she feels like it, as anyone who remembers The Good Girl will know. Anyway, she's a box-office wow – Hollywood's second-biggest female earner. If she really wanted a boyfriend, she could have her pick". Source:

Poster of "Along came Polly" (2004) with Ben Stiller and
Jennifer Aniston.

"Ben Stiller has played hapless loser types since There’s Something About Mary, and he has played intensely corporate types since Reality Bites. So this role, a mélange of the two types, is not exactly a stretch for him. Nevertheless, he is both endearing and hilariously funny, and the flip side is that this is a role that does, in fact, play to his strengths. Similarly, the role of Polly is, as written, nothing but a more bohemian version of Aniston’s typical girl-next-door role; however, she does plenty with what she’s given. Her portrayal of Polly deftly balances the flighty and the more grounded qualities of the character, creating a likable, realistic character. The interactions between the two leads never fall into the carpe diem clichés that are so common with “free-spirit-meets-uptight-guy” films. Polly is not here to teach Reuben a lesson; it turns out that she is just as flawed and fearful as he is".

Jennifer Aniston - W MAGAZINE photoshoot.

"Jennifer Aniston says there's "a long story" behind her perfume name, Lolavie, which roughly translates into "laughing at life."

"And, honestly, it's too personal to tell," teases the actress, 41, to Women's Wear Daily.
The bottle, though, was inspired by Aniston's affinity for modern architecture, she says -- a shared hobby with ex Brad Pitt. (She once deadpanned that she, Pitt, and Angelina Jolie were in an "insane Bermuda triangle.")
Aniston says her scent, which will cost between $46.50 and $61.95 and be released first in the UK this June, will smell "sexy and clean... floral, but not too flowery."

"I am not a big perfume-y fragrance fan," she explains. "I want people to go, 'What is that? You smell great!' But most of all, I wanted it to smell natural."

Jennifer Aniston in Harper's Bazaar UK May 2010

1 comment :

vibaku said...

Launching Lolavie perfumery, in the eyes of Jen is an effort to tell him the truth in the public eye.