Theroux and Aniston in NYC

Posted on May 13, 2013

We’re sorry, but we burst out laughing at the first sight of these pictures and even now, we still can’t stop laughing when we look at them.


Justin Theroux and Jennifer Aniston seen walking back on Madison Avenue after shopping at Barney’s and dining at Fred’s Restaurant in New York City.

Jesus, what a couple of tools.


We guarantee every single New Yorker surrounding them is either ignoring them utterly or laughing at them. Mostly ignoring them, though.

We can’t stop laughing at how she’s dressed like she’s at a farmer’s market in southern California. That little girl in the stroller has a total “What the fuck is this bitch’s DAMAGE?” look on her face.

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  • kalisa

    She looks like a character in a slapstick sitcom trying to “hide” undercover.

    • NYCGlamourpuss


  • The girl in the stroller looks like the little girl/grown lady from “Orphan”. I’m rather frightened. Also, bring on a new onslaught of “Jen’s pregnant!” and “Brad wants Jen back now that she wants to be a mom” tabloid headlines.

    • Jennifer Coleman

      Isn’t that little girl like, nine? Sheesh! Past time to lose the stroller.
      Aniston is looking a little Johnny Deppish in that hat.

      • Spicytomato1

        Ha! Very good point about the stroller. But the things you will see on city streets…I used to see a girl and her dad walking to school. She was seriously about 10 and happily sucked a pacifier while she walked. I always wondered if her dad took it from her when she got to school or if she hung onto it.

      • formerlyAnon

        You never know with kids, what’s up with them. A lot of times the stuff that looks odd is the best solution the parents have found to some issue or problem.

        • There used to be a very cool mother that I’d see on the train taking her daughter to school in the mornings – she had a little razor scooter for her little girl. When they got off the train, the kid jumped on the scooter and her mum either stood on the back or walked alongside pushing it. I thought that was such an effective solution!

        • Janet B

          I can’t imagine walking in NY with a young child without a stroller.

          • megohd

            Eh … my almost 4-y-o hasn’t been in a stroller since he was on the early side of 3, and we are upper west siders.

            But … I have learned that the quickest way to hell is to judge parents/children based on a snapshot you see on the street. So yeah, I’ll assume that there’s a good reason for this child to be on wheels.

          • Janet B

            I would have lost my youngest without a stroller. The elder always did what he was told.

        • That’s what I was thinking, who wants to hear their kid whine the whole way to school/store/whatever.

      • DaveUWSNYC

        I don’t have kids, and I always felt that way about older kids in strollers – until I noticed – if you’re trying to get anywhere in NYC and fast, this does it – keeps both the kids and the parents moving, makes sure the kid doesn’t get swept away, and decreases sidewalk blockages (we leave that job to tourists). πŸ˜‰

      • swiss_miss

        There are lots of possible reasons for the strolle, for example she might have injured her leg or foot.

  • Anathema_Device

    Is it wrong that I’m digging his Top Gun 2.0 look? Totally agree on the California-ness and faux undercover-ness of her outfit. A big hat? She should’ve sat on his shoulders with a super long overcoat like little kids trying to sneak into a movie.

    • That bomber jacket with the aviators makes him look like every Castro Street clone/porno boy from 1982 that I would routinely see out and about.

      • StellaZafella

        [[ It’s as if you whispered “Badlands!” near him… his head would turn. πŸ˜‰ ]]

        • Did I hear you say, “Ambush”?

          • StellaZafella

            Bwaaahahahahaha. See you at The Bal(c)oney…full stop.

    • The schmatta attached to her bag is something she probably paid a hefty price for- so Marin or Southern California, but anywhere else they’d be like “oh I can make that from my home grown fibers”… her hat she can barely see out of- like come on honey… and him, oy.

    • megohd

      Yeah, I love his look. And I like her outfit for everything but the hat.

  • JuliaInBlack

    Well. They’re no Diane and Pacey, that’s for sure.

  • Tee

    Hide a fake baby bump much?

    • NYCGlamourpuss

      Oh, I know, that was my first thought. Because the “alleged” baby bump is the first publicity these two have gotten since their “engagement”. For the record, I don’t think she’s pregnant, but I do think she knows how to milk the publicity.

  • nannypoo

    Oh, look. That handsome young man found a woman sleeping in a dumpster and he’s taking her to the soup kitchen for a nice hot meal. Isn’t that sweet?

    • Sobaika

      But he managed to stop at a tanning salon on the way there.

      • NYCGlamourpuss

        The silly errands people will run when helping out a bag lady.

  • Sara L.

    I guess I don’t have my celebrity cynicism detector up high enough, because I don’t understand how wearing head to toe grey that exactly matches the sidewalk equals “Look at me!” Is it the hat? I’m confused.

    • eowyn_of_rohan

      The hat and the shades. When celebs walk around Manhattan wearing both, it’s a dead giveaway that they want to stand out.

      • hotpaprika

        So what happens when an ordinary person wears both?

        • eowyn_of_rohan

          People squint and stare and try to figure out who you are. Or they think you’re a low-level mafioso.

        • BrooklynBomber

          I think the statement you’re referring to is what’s called circular reasoning. Or something like that.

      • lamamu

        Agree. But, for me, it’s the hat paired with the sandals. I just…can’t.

        • I do that all the time- but around my garden when it’s very warm out… but sans sunglasses

    • Sara

      That’s what I thought, too.

    • It’s a case of pretending to be annoyed when they went knowing the paps would be there.

      • alyce1213

        The hat is stupid but it looks to me that they’re actually annoyed BECAUSE they knew the paps would be there. It must get tiresome all the time.

        • eowyn_of_rohan

          And yet without them she’d have faded into the woodwork by now judging by her actual acting career.

        • Thanks to TLo College of Celebrities, we have learned that these types of encounters are often planned. Thus the douchebaggery we are witnessing.

          • alyce1213

            I’d never underestimate the need and knack that celebrities have of staying in the public eye by any means, or think that they don’t enjoy it. I’m just saying that it must be annoying at times, even for the most needy. These two look really annoyed to me — tense faces. Maybe they had a tiff.

      • Little_Olive

        At which he is failing royally (omg his hair). He looks so, so sure that he’s nailed the cool-young-adult outfit. It’s so sad it puts her hat schtick in perspective.

    • barbarienne

      It’s the aggressive “DON’T LOOK AT ME!” of the clothing and body language. Aniston is “hiding” under the hat and shades and shapeless clothing.

      Someone who really doesn’t want to be looked at would be smarter to try to blend in with other people. While the gray may blend in with the sidewalk, the hat, shades, and body language (of both) are conspicuous, not blending.

  • deathandthestrawberry

    She’s made damn sure her the rock on her finger is front and center, while also stoking the “baby bump” rumors. Your move, Angelina.

    • I thought the same. Either she is pregnant or she is just being a tool playing up the rumor.

    • AmeliaEve

      Yup. She may be covering up her face and head, but she could use that diamond to signal airplanes.

    • That rock has always looked like just that to me – a giant piece of quartz. Here is my rule – if your ring is bigger than actual Royalty – it is tacky and tasteless.

      • Little_Olive

        Absolutely. Who wants a ring so huge you have to go and get a fake one for going out? It’s supposed to be a symbol of the gift of love (I am not sure where exactly it comes from), so you wear it every day.

    • i’d say angelina trumped her.

      • when I hear Angie’s news, I immediately thought of this post πŸ˜€

  • Gloriously douchetastic.

  • In which her fiancee is perfectly coiffed for this interference.

  • mhleta

    Why are people still obsessed with this silly woman? She can land a good looking man, though, I will serve her that on a platter.

    • imspinningaround

      My thoughts exactly. What have you done for me lately, Jennifer Aniston?

      • Horrible Bosses. She’s a great evil dentist!

  • Not gonna lie, I want his jeans

  • “You’re the worst kind; you’re high maintenance, but you think you’re low maintenance.”

    • carpediva

      “‘On the side’ is a very big thing for you.”
      “I just want it the way I want it.”
      “Exactly. High maintenance.”

    • Not applicable

      Yes!! Exactly!!

  • christinewithanx

    She must have the coldest feet in Gotham. What is he *doing* with her???

    • I love those sandals. That’s right. I said it.

      • Cz

        I do, too. But not in NYC. #inappropriatelocation

  • CB

    They might look like tools, but DAMN he is hot.

  • That is really funny. She’s slipping – that cardigan is lame even in L.A. Time for a regroup, Jenn.

    How much do you want to bet she dresses him?

  • sagecreek

    My mom owned that sweater. When she was 70.

  • Rand Ortega

    He’s hot. Love the jacket. Love the jeans. Love the boots. & as a fellow writer, he’s got props. Anyone who wrote, “I’m the dude playing the dude disguised as another dude” can’t be all bad in my ledger. His choice in women may be questionable (if she weren’t so paranoid about her looks she could be a really great actress), but it’s part of the insecurity/nerd conflict.

    • He obviously wants a girl who won’t distract from his cool quotient with any of her own.

      • Rand Ortega


  • She looks ridiculous, he looks like a douchebag, and her ring is so freaking huge that it looks fake.

    • Kimbolina

      Yes! I hate too-big engagement ring diamonds. A stone that gigantic doesn’t even look real anymore and just looks kind of silly.

    • Rand Ortega

      Betcha real $ she bought it.

      • I wouldn’t be surprised.

  • Sara__B

    We west-coasters have a hard time dressing for New York City. I once spent a whirlwind 48-hours there, and every single nice thing I had brought to wear looked country bumpkin in the sophisticated city. I’m not surprised Jennifer can’t stop looking Southern California.

    • BarniClaw

      As a fellow west-coaster, I feel the same way when I visit New York, but I bet neither one of us has ever brought flip flops with us to wear in Manhattan!

      • Sara__B

        You’re right. There’s no excuse for the flip-flops.

      • AmeliaEve

        Eh. I live in Manhattan. I wear flip-flops sometimes. In fact, they are kind of my husband’s signature look. With a colorful pedicure.

        • Rand Ortega

          Your hubs sounds cool. Does he have a signature color?

          • AmeliaEve

            I think he’s cool, but I’m biased. His favorite is a dark red called “Lust,” but he also rocks the deep purple, metallic blue, and sometimes a sparkly black.

          • Rand Ortega

            You may be biased, but your husband is totally cool.

    • She is a multi-multi-millionaire. I’m pretty dang sure she could stop looking Southern California if she wanted to. I could for dang sure stop looking like midwestern frump with her money.

  • filmcricket

    Ehhh, whatever. Aside from the giant rock & the glowing skin, they look like pretty much every hipster ever, which is to say, douchey but not unusually so. They don’t bother me. Did he get plugs, though? His hair has been looking more plentiful at the front lately.

    • No, same slightly assymmetrical widow’s peak as always. His kind of male pattern balding would probably need plugs in the back, not the front.

    • BrooklynBomber

      I’m inclined to give them the benefit of the doubt. It just seems weird when people start parsing the meaning of holding a sweater closed.

  • KellsBells

    HER BAG. I needs it.

  • Waitaminute … they spent the afternoon at Barney’s and Fred’s?

    • jw_ny

      lol…but did they have a “gay old time?” πŸ˜‰

      yabba dabba doo!

      • Did they also stop by Betty’s Cafe and Wilma’s Deli?

  • conniemd

    Jennifer Aniston is my irrational hate. Every character she plays is some angst ridden, neurotic female who seeks attention for her woes. I want to slap her silly and say grow up little girl and deal with life. The characters reflect the whoel Brad/Angelina thing.

  • Not a big fan of sweaters with flip flops and fedoras.

  • Anniebet

    Wow, did Uncles Tlo get out of the wrong side of the bed this morning? This is prolly the nastiest post I’ve seen on this site, and for the life of me I don’t understand the rancor.

    • mommyca

      totally agree…

    • formerlyAnon

      Didn’t strike me that way.

    • This was their reply to someone else: “It always becomes hate and vitriol when it’s aimed at a celebrity you like. That’s the way it works.” Talk about dismissive. Jeez.

      • If it comes off as dismissive it’s because I can click on the names of any of the people complaining about the anger here and find previous comments where they gleefully made fun of some celebrity.

        • I am certainly guilty of that — I admit it. That doesn’t make this any nicer. And this will be my last post. You’re so thin-skinned if we don’t agree with you.

  • msdamselfly

    Wow When I saw them I thought they looked pretty cool and relaxed.

  • That kid is too big for a stroller. OPINIONED.

    • MilaXX

      yeah, but it’s NYC and if she gets tired, that an awfully big kid to carry.

      • librarygrrl64


    • blueberrypanckae

      she looks to be about 6…try dragging a six year old for blocks at a kid speed of painfuly slow! stroller in the city is a must

    • lmafo i thought the same thing. she too
      damn big too be in a stroller

      • raininmai

        You only hear this from people who have no children.

        • formerlyAnon

          I have no evidence to support your statement, but I am inclined to agree. Based simply on the things I ‘knew’ before I had children and the things I learned after.

        • Rabbit

          Disagree. I’ve got three kids, and I think that kid is too old for a stroller.

  • Julie

    Wow. Why so much irrational hate guys? She does look like she’s wearing a ring pop though.

  • SewingSiren

    Where in the world is Carmen Sandiego?

  • elemspbee


  • MilaXX

    I’ll Justin a pass. He looks like that every time I see him on a non RC appearance. Jen on the other hand looks crazy, especially the hat. Nice bag though.

  • lobsterlen

    Regarding the “look” of the little girl in the stroller … that look begins to develop in utero for New Yorkers.

  • krystinamarie

    Oooh yeah but I really like that bag! Anyone know what it is?

    • Winter_White

      Tom Ford Flap-Over Bag. $3,990.00.

      • formerlyAnon

        It’s so much better for my character when I’m not reminded how much disposable income some people have. (Even if she gets her stuff free for the advertising value). I have to strenuously remind myself how unimaginably luxurious my lower-middle-class American life would seem to much of the world’s population.

  • librarygrrl64

    I would be kicked out of Barney’s if I walked in looking like that.

  • mommyca

    I fail to see the sin here… I think they look pretty good… I really love her bag, she has been sporting it for quite a while now…

  • lobsterlen

    I love that bag. wish she didn’t have that stupid scarf tied around the strap. Its screwing up my view.

  • melissaisasnob

    That child is too big to be in a stroller.

    The hat is awful.

    • formerlyAnon

      Re: child. Not if you’re trekking blocks and blocks, possibly on & off public transportation, and want to do it at adult fast-walk speed and without having to hold a kid’s hand the whole way.

  • I want the bag? Anyone know who makes her bag?

  • mjude


  • dorothea_brooke

    Nothing against these two in particular, but why must celebrity couples hold hands as if it’s their last day on earth together? Honestly, guys, we won’t think you’re breaking up if you’re not constantly clutching one another.

    • Fordzo

      My husband is a die-hard hand-holder. Sometimes it really annoys me. We’ve been together for almost 2 decades.

    • AutumnInNY

      Right? Because they are in no hurry to get where they’re going, they are hoping to be noticed and photographed. So tired already. I never got the appeal with her and I still don’t.

  • blueberrypanckae

    OCD alert ….those ( boring) sandals have her feet dangerously close to the dirty street ! and a scarf tied to a bag…seriously, is that still a thing?

    • Adriana_Paula

      I’m OC about bare-ish feet and city streets too.

  • ojosazules

    I’m sure these two have a really hard time getting people to take pictures of them.

  • formerlyAnon

    Wearing running shoes rather than the sandals, she’d fit right in with the more extremely well-to-do moms sitting in the carpool line at some of the local schools.

  • random_poster

    I’d totally wear her outfit. Without the fedora. And the sweater would be a bit shorter. (Says me…here in Northern California. Flip flops on the sidewalk don’t skeeve me out, either.)


    They look really comfy with each other in these pics. I don’t see them on an attention scream this time.

    • mmc2315

      Each with a pair of dark sunglasses is a dead giveaway. The mere mortals on the street are not wearing shades.

      Hullo! Hullo! Over here! PLEASE don’t recognize us!

  • Tracy_Flick

    I don’t get why we’re laughing at them, while Eva Mendes and Ryan Gosling (who always look equally try-hard) are considered fab.

  • l_c_ann

    Why’s he walking with Barbra Streisand?

    • formerlyAnon

      Aaaand BOOM.

  • formerlyAnon

    And also: I know they’re engaged. And I know they are there to be photographed. But she’s 44, he’s 41, they’ve been together a while. Unless he’s helping her over rough terrain or one of them just got bad news, isn’t it inconvenient and annoying to be holding hands like Love’s Young Dream as they stroll the crowded sidewalks?

    But, maybe that’s just me and yet another entry in The List: Why I Will Die Alone. (And Possibly Find It Less Annoying Than the Company of Humans).

    • Winter_White

      Uh-oh…we’re even a decade older and my husband and I still hold hands. The difference is, we don’t look so grim! Even over rough terrain. πŸ˜‰

      • formerlyAnon

        It’s lovely if it works for you – and maybe they’re just as sincerely affectionate, though I admit to just a tad of cynicism there.

      • MrsDanvers

        haha, us too, winter_white — we’re 53 & 59 & hold hands everywhere. A waitress called us “lovebirds” last week LOL

    • Winter_White

      (btw, formerlyAnon, please don’t think I’m the one who down-arrowed you for that! I never down-arrow on this site. And anyway, I usually totally agree with your comments!)

      • formerlyAnon

        Oh, you are kind! I have so far resisted the temptation to engage my feelings with the “down” arrows. I express so many – often off-the-cuff – opinions on this blog, it’s entirely reasonable that folks will disagree with me. [I’m actually finding it interesting that while the number of down arrows seem to have increased, slightly, since they were introduced; by and large the commenters here haven’t adopted their use. So far, a down arrow is still a rarity on most of the posts.]

        • Winter_White

          lol: someone down-arrowed me for saying that I don’t down-arrow! How funny.

          I guess I don’t use them here because this is an entertainment site, and I imagine everyone just having a bit of fun – whatever that means to each commenter. (Does a down arrow mean “I disagree”? Thought it was a little closer to “fuck you.” Heh. Probably because that’s kind of what *I* mean when I use it for some bigot’s comment on a political site…) πŸ™‚

          • guest2visits

            I think the down-arrow is a dick addition, used by those who can’t express a p.o.v., or those who want to hurt & hide. I’m sure it’s not adding to good conversations. (from someone who doesn’t get either arrow, most of the time).
            I agree this not a site where ‘down’ was needed; most people seemed able to agree or disagree verbally without anyone holding it against them.

  • BuffaloBarbara

    Personally, I love the whole “wrapped in heavy sweaters, but leaving my feet pretty much bare” look.

  • crash1212

    Wow. Such vitriol. I think they look cute. I love his outfit and don’t understand the comments about what she’s wearing.

  • samo_samo

    Aren’t her feet cold? It’s chilly in NYC today.

  • Wow, the amount of hate on this thread and the posting above is kind of bad. But it’s been leaning that way for a while. 😐 I guess you all don’t like her (or Taylor or Gwyneth or insert name …) but they’re just clothes and they’re just walking around the city. I didn’t think they looked that bad. How are they supposed to dress?!?!

    • I wish there was a way to delete this. I would prefer this not be on here any longer.

  • CeeQ

    I’m not hating on it as much as you guys are – but I do detest the hat on her. Why Jen, why?!?!?!?!
    Also, yes, I can see the big ass rock on your hand. We all do. Lower it a bit, it’s blinding us.

    • MrsDanvers

      “big ass rock” is exactly the phrase that came to my mind πŸ™‚ I would flaunt it, too, if it were mine. I think. Anyway, someone give me a big ass rock so I can find out!

      • Winter_White

        MrsDanvers, seems like a dangerous thing to wish for if you word it that way. πŸ™‚

  • Puckndc

    Since when did you start covering street people??

  • I legit though he was Adam Levine in the thumbnails.
    Also, I bet her sweater cost $900.

  • I have every sensible reason to hate them (each has a SICK body, they seem to be giddy in love, they probably screw like bunnies, and now they wear these outfits), but I can’t. I give them a pass.

  • formerlyAnon

    So many people seeing “hate” in this post. Also “vitriol.”

    And I don’t see anything more than the “stern mocking” which is fairly standard fare. Which I guess means that I’m biased by unsuspected hatred of her – hatred I did not know I held. This blog is always educational.

    • It always becomes hate and vitriol when it’s aimed at a celebrity you like. That’s the way it works.

      • Not always. I have no feeling one way or the other about most of these people. Why the unnecessary bitchiness? I guess I liked the older version of this blog, not what it’s becoming. One less thing to look at every day.

        • This is what this site has always been.

          Bye now.

          • Well, color me embarassed. I’m truly sorry I posted stuff in the past, not thinking it would used against me for criticizing you. A lesson learned. You actually used to be much more fun, just an observation on my part. Now, just thin-skinned. Please feel free to delete all of my past postings unless you feel the need to use them against me again.

    • Winter_White

      I thought people were talking about the hate in the comments, not in the post? Someone wanting to “slap her silly,” etc.

  • Why is her scarf or pashmina tied around her purse? The hat doesn’t look like it’s part of her. A bowler hat would be cuter.

  • PrunellaV

    Yup, that look works in SoCal. Here she just looks like a strangely well-appointed bag lady.

  • hotpaprika

    They look perfectly normal to me. Then again I’m not a New Yorker; perhaps different fashion rules apply there πŸ™‚

  • mmc2315

    I don’t love his hair, but I’m a little weak in the knees re: the fit of those jeans and his boots. I would totally run errands in her outfit, minus the hat. And minus the big ass rock! πŸ˜‰ Grey is my go-to color.

  • stubbornthoughts

    He looks hot. She looks like she’s just out and about running errands and not giving a fuck. None of this gives me the feeling they’re trying too hard, but I also don’t think they deserved any kind of post because nothing here is the least bit interesting.

    That being said, I LOVE THEM SO MUCH.

  • Honestly, I totally don’t see the problem with either of them.

    • Also, I wear only sandals from April-October in Boston, why not as long as my feet are warm enough for me? And I often tie a scarf onto my bag strap if its made me too hot wearing it, or I’m otherwise annoyed with it. And I wear sunglasses nearly all the time because my eyes are sun sensitive, and I don’t want to get squint-wrinkles. I guess I’m a douche too. I don’t have an opinion either way about either one, but clearly she annoys many who will nit pick every last detail. I mean seriously – there’s something wrong with holding hands now?

  • iCouture

    Not seeing the problem with either look. They dont look like tools and they arent trying to garner a bunch of attention.

  • BookishBren

    Anyone know what handbag she is carrying? I actually really like it although I am SURE it is WAY out of my price range.

  • The problem is the shades. These two stick out like a sore thumb because no one else is wearing them.

  • I don’t care much for Jennifer Ainston nor her fiance/husband/whatever but I truly don’t get the point of this post. I tried very hard to see what T.Lo saw and…I just don’t see it. All I see is a man dressed really nicely and a lady dressed like she didn’t give a fuck even though she truly did (Was that the point, T.Lo? Am I somewhat close?).

    I also see a grown ass kid in a stroller.

  • guest2visits

    Although I love (no, want) the bag, and I like the scarf, etc.. I don’t like the hat and sandals together in this ensemble.
    Not working for the city streets here.

  • He looks ok, but someone please explain the seven layers of knit plus hat… and flip-flops? Has NYC upgraded to heated sidewalks?

  • Imasewsure

    You guys be nice… this is the best Streisand has looked in ages!! You go GURL

  • quiltrx

    I have a soft spot (generated by Romy & Michelle and Mulholland Dr) for him…I wish he’d get away from this twat.
    So I’m just pretending she’s not there, and I’m enjoying his Sex-on-a-Top-Gun-Stick look. πŸ™‚

  • macwell

    I cannot stand jennifer Aniston, but I do like Justin. He’s hot. Incredible body under those clothes – in which in this case – its not bad. Am I the only one that thinks they look fine? He looks kinda cool. She looks very L.A., but at the same time – very NY – Donna Karenesque even.

  • How do people wear open sandals on the streets of New York? Yuck!

    • If you live there, you do it. It’s weird.

  • she is totally doing the “pregnancy speculation frenzy” waltz.

  • shelley514

    Well she’s making sure her engagement rock is prominently displayed! These two always look so irritated, and he unhappy. Kind of like Kim & Kanye. Jennifer thinks she’s found her man but I have bad news for her. Girlfriend, that is not your man. Dump him and start over because something is not right there.

  • ailujailuj

    aw man. I’m completely late for this party (saw it in the inset of the more current blog entry for them). but I have to vehemently disagree… about their street costumes, anyway (not sure I have an opinion on their celebrityness)… but
    he looks like a raunchy top gun flight instructor who also “tooled around a bit’ in the mechanics pit (is there anything sexier)… while I have her exact sweater, wore it with the same pair of pants – and I’m going out to buy that hat right now. LOL. buncha bitches…. πŸ˜‰