Jennifer Aniston covers Allure in barely-there Chanel ‘nipplekini’

Jennifer Aniston doesn’t have anything to hide.

The “Friends” favorite covers the December 2022 issue of Allure magazine wearing a piece of fashion history: the itty-bitty Chanel logo “nipplekini” that debuted on supermodels like Eva Herzigova and Stella Tennant on the house’s spring 1996 runway.

Provided for the shoot by online luxury vintage store El Cycèr — which rents out the sought-after style for $1,996 — the teeny bikini has also been spotted on Kim Kardashian, who sported it for a steamy (and since-deleted) selfie in 2018.

The scandalous suit’s top consists of two tiny circles embroidered with Chanel’s unmistakeable double Cs and tethered together by skinny straps.

Kim Kardashian wearing a Chanel bikini
Kim Kardashian was previously spotted in the sexy archival style.
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Incidentally, the “nipplekini” isn’t the only Kim K-approved archival look spotted on Aniston, 53, in her new Allure spread; the “Morning Show” actress also models the spring 1997 Gucci logo G-string the Skims founder, 42, showed off in a sultry 2018 Instagram snap.

Similarly loaned to Allure by El Cycèr, the Tom Ford-designed thong — which features the brand’s interlocking G monogram in gold metal hardware — will set you back $1,997 for a several-day rental.

Défilé Chanel, Haute-Couture, Automne-Hiver 1995

The scandalous suit debuted on the Chanel runway in 1996.

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Chanel Spring 1996

The scandalous suit debuted on the Chanel runway in 1996.

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While Aniston’s more associated with classic black gowns and casual jean-and-tee combos than skimpy ’90s vintage, the sexy styles reflect the revealing nature of the accompanying cover story, in which the Emmy winner opens up about her “challenging” IVF journey, “forgiving” her parents (who divorced when she was young) and feeling better than ever in her own skin.

“I feel the best in who I am today, better than I ever did in my 20s or 30s even, or my mid-40s. We needed to stop saying bad s—t to ourselves,” Aniston said, before adding a warning to her future self.

“You’re going to be 65 one day and think, I looked f—king great at 53.”

Indeed she does.