Jennifer Aniston stuns in asymmetrical dress for 'Horrible Bosses 2' premiere

Jennifer Aniston turned heads at the premiere of her latest film, Horrible Bosses 2, wowing the crowd in a fashion-forward, black asymmetrical dress.

The former Friends star showed off her style credentials in the unusual number from Antonio Berardi’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection, which is not out yet.

Jennifer Aniston rocked an Antonio Berardi dress from next season

The 45-year-old actress showed off her enviable figure in the midi-length dress which featured a red block detail, adding a pair of patent black stilettos for an elegant finish.

When it came to her beauty look, the star stayed true to her laidback style opting for a natural look, wearing her blonde locks down in a sleek straight style.

“I love being in London, thank you for having me,” Jennifer told red-carpet host Edith Bowman.

When asked why she wanted to return to her chracter of Dr. Julia in Horrible Bosses 2, Jennifer revealed: “The first one was so much fun and I didn’t get enough of her, it was too quick.”

She added: “It was fun to go back and mine a little more of Dr. Julia.”

Jennifer then took the time to meet fans and take pictures with many of them.

Also starring Charlie Day, Jason Sudekis, and Jason Bateman, the film follows the three male leads who decide to kidnap the son of a new business investor, after the businessman appears to ruin their deal.

Fiancé Justin Theroux did not join Jennifer on the red carpet

Fiancé Justin Theroux was notably absent from the red carpet, however the couple were later spotted heading to an after-party together at celebrity hotspot Chiltern Firehouse.

The couple recently wowed fans as they stepped out for the Governors Award ceremony, looking loved-up in complementing black ensembles.

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