Jen Aniston Flashes Her Gams in Skin-Tight, Flesh-Tone Dress

Celebrity Body Jul. 21, 2010 AT 10:54AM
Jen Aniston Flashes Her Gams in Skin-Tight, Flesh-Tone Dress Credit: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images

Cheerio!

Fans got a glimpse -- and a pleasant sniff -- of Jennifer Aniston in London on Wednesday. The 41-year-old star stopped by the British capital's famed Harrods department store to launch her very first fragrance, now called Jennifer Aniston.

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(When the Falic Group scent was announced earlier this year, its name was "Lolavie," which roughly translates to "laughing at life" in French; of the name change, an insider explains to Us that "the market was getting confused with 'Lolavie' and Marc Jacobs' scent 'Lola.'"

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And Aniston didn't dress down for the occasion. As usual, the super-fit star flashed her toned legs and shoulders, wearing a skin-tight, flesh-toned mini-dress by Valentino. Fans and customers will see even more of her in upcoming ads for the fragrant stuff: Aniston appears topless (covering her chest with her arms), wearing nothing but a white skirt in black-and-white photos.

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"I'm so excited to have worked on this," Aniston gushed at Harrods event. "It's a combination of my favorite scents - the ocean, sea air, blooming jasmine and tropical oils. It's my memories of California nights in the summer."

Was Jennifer Aniston wearing "Jennifer Aniston" for the launch? "Of course," she said. "I'm not a heavy perfume wearer. I like to mist the perfume in the air and then walk right into the mist. That will make it evenly, and subtly, spread over you."

Warmly greeting her fans, the star signed 250 bottles with a gold Sharpie before heading out.

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