Jennifer Aniston Prefers to Be 110 Pounds, Roberto Cavalli Close to Sale

And 'InStyle' plays with Snapchat.
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And 'InStyle' plays with Snapchat.
Filler-free 4 lyfe. Photo: Walter McBride/Getty Images

Filler-free 4 lyfe. Photo: Walter McBride/Getty Images

Is Jennifer Aniston shading pal and former co-star Courtney Cox? The actress tells Bobbi Brown she's "not injecting shit into [her] face" after seeing friends make the mistake of going under the knife. She also says that her fiancé would "put a gun to my head if I touch my face in any way," which, I don't know, seems a little bit excessive, but whatever. Aniston also admits her ideal weight range is a remarkably precise 110 to 113 pounds, which makes us wonder: What kind of truth serum did Brown slip her beforehand? {Yahoo Beauty}

Roberto Cavalli may finally be near to selling a majority stake in his brand. The designer himself stands to make as much as 500 million euros ($667.5 million) selling a 60 percent stake to VTB Capital. That's a lot of money -- do we smell a giant new yacht in Cavalli's future? {WWD, subscription required}

InStyle just became the latest company to use Snapchat to reach its fans. The magazine is unveiling its September issue cover star using the messaging app, which is probably the only time anyone has been excited about receiving a photo of a random body part on SnapChat. {Adweek}

Beauty startup Poshly, which gathers detailed information about consumers' beauty purchases, just raised $1.5 million in venture capital. Clients like L’Oréal, Unilever, Interpublic Group, Weleda, Borghese, illuMask, Bluebeards Original, Montagne Jeunesse all pay anywhere from $2,500 to $25,000 for information from the service, so they should make that money back in no time, right? {TechCrunch}