Here's a little inside fashion scoop: Jennifer Aniston’s sexy metallic mini wasn't always mini! KaufmanFranco, the label behind the look, originally produced the deep-V neck column with linear sequin paillettes as a long gown for their fall 2011 collection. So, how did it end up short? Not by Aniston's hands. Turns out, designers Ken Kaufman and Isaac Franco created a shorter version of the dress exclusively for Saks Fifth Avenue stores, and that's what ended up on the actress at the Elle Women in Hollywood celebration last night. And the designers enjoy seeing their creations land on the red carpet. “What makes a dress stand out is the woman who’s wearing it,” Franco told InStyle.com recently. Tell us: What do you think of the look?
Plus, do you prefer Jennifer as a blond or brunet? See the photos and decide.