The actress is nominated for best actress for her role in the Apple TV+ hit 'The Morning Show'
The actress, 54, who is nominated for best actress for her role in Apple TV+'s hit The Morning Show, stepped out on the red carpet wearing a Dolce & Gabbana jumpsuit with a custom bustier top overlayed in feathers paired with light wool pants. She accessorized her look with a satin pleated belt with sash and satin heels.
For bling, Aniston added jewels by De Beers, including white gold diamond earrings, a pear-shaped diamond ring and a diamond cocktail ring.
The Morning Show leads the list of TV nominations with six nods, including best show show and a best actress nod for Aniston's costar Reese Witherspoon.
And although her longtime stylist and friend Chris McMillan didn't reveal whether or not they took inspiration from Aniston's Friends days, fans were quick to name the look "The Rachel 2.0."
McMillan described the star's blunt collarbone-hitting cut as “sexy, natural and effortless,” noting that he created “invisible layers” throughout and styled the look using products from Aniston's LolaVie line.
The actress stuck with her red carpet uniform at the Golden Globes — a chic black gown.
The star collaborated with stylist Ryan Hastings and Dolce & Gabbana on a custom black strapless gown featuring a micro-draped bustier top and fully beaded column skirt in an "art nouveau pattern," according to the luxe Italian brand.
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Aniston's signature style also made its way into her onscreen role as news anchor Alex Levy on The Morning Show.
In season three, her character attends a glamorous party put on by Valentino and the brand's creative director Pierpaolo Piccioli (who makes a cameo!).
Alex makes a grand entrance wearing a one-shoulder black dress with a dramatic slit that looks like something that Aniston would actually wear. That's because it is.
"It's interesting — I had brought several dresses in, and while we were having the fitting, [Aniston] was like, 'You know what I want to wear? I want to wear the dress that I wore to the Golden Globes. I think it was in 2010 that Valentino designed for me. I want that dress,'" one of the show's costume designers, Debra Maguire, told PEOPLE last year.
"So we went to Pierpaolo to see if that was possible, if they would make that for her — and they did," Maguire added. "That's really what she wanted to wear. It's very Jen. It's very Alex. It's very everything. It's very Valentino."
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