Jennifer Aniston tapped for Key to the Cure campaign

Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston, shown with Bradley Cooper this month at Spike TV’s Guys Choice 2013 awards, will appear in Saks Fifth Avenue ads promoting a cancer-research fundraising campaign.
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Jennifer Aniston will appear in ads for Saks Fifth Avenue’s 2013 Key to the Cure Campaign, which raises funds for the Women’s Cancer Research Fund of the Entertainment Industry Foundation. Her predecessors as campaign ambassador include Uma Thurman, Penelope Cruz and Jennifer Hudson. [WWD]

Matt Lauer thinks his former “Today” cohost Katie Couric is a 14 on a scale of 10. He gives her a 9 or 10 on looks and the other points for her personality, he told Howard Stern.  [New York Daily News]

Celebrity stylist Rachel Zoe of Bravo’s “The Rachel Zoe Project” reportedly is expecting her second child. [Los Angeles Times]Jennifer Lopez wore Dior Couture to the ceremony investing her with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Thursdsay. [Los Angeles Times]

James Gandolfini of "The Sopranos," who died Wednesday, was thoughtful about using costume to enhance his characters, my colleague Adam Tschorn reports. [Los Angeles Times]


Retailers have been expanding their shoe sections, in part because women are willing to wear an expensive pair of shows a greater number of times than they might wear one expensive dress, the New York Times reports. [NYT]

Retired French couturier Jean-Louis Scherrer, who dressed the likes of Jacqueline Kennedy, Sophia Loren and Raquel Welch, died Wednesday at his home in Paris after an illness. He was 78. [The Cut]

Friday is being celebrated by some retailers as International T-Shirt Day, so it’s only fitting to note that Abercrombie & Fitch apparently pulled a T-shirt off the market that riled up Taylor Swift fans. The offending shirt -- the target of a petition on asking that Abercrombie remove it -- read "#more boyfriends than t.s.” [Buzzfeed]



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