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Mila Kunis: Dior's New Face!

Mila Kunis: Dior's New Face!

Mila Kunis has been named the new face of Dior!

The 28-year-old actress will star with the iconic Miss Dior bag in an ad campaign for the line’s Spring/Summer 2012 collection, which will debut worldwide this month. Famed photographer Mikael Jansson shot photos of Mila in New York.

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“I am absolutely thrilled to be working with Dior,” Mila said in a statement. “The brand is iconic in so many ways. It defines fashion, elegance, and sophistication.”

Congratulations, Mila – huge!!

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@garbelt:

What an absurd statement. Yea, those SAG and Golden Globe nominations, award wins from the Venice Film festival and the Saturn award win really hurt her career.

@thousa: Not true…Natalie is still going on strong. A gorgeous new ad featuring Natalie was recently released for DiorSkin Forever. Mila looks horrible in comparison. Mila was pretty with her longer hair but she looks like crap in these ads. Natalie ads are very glamorous. You can see the new one over here….

http://www.natalieportman.com/gallery2/main.php?g2_view=core.DownloadItem&g2_itemId=201764

@sneg:
Sorry dear, but Mila never looks horrible. She is beautiful. Why this has to be a contest is beyond me. Both are attractive women, and many prefer Mila.

agenttomato @ 01/07/2012 at 5:53 pm

How disappointing. I expected more from Dior. Most certainly does not top off, nor equal (in anyway) the sophistication and beauty of Marion Cotillard -seems to be an attempt at a younger (and similar in physical feature) lesser version of Miss Cotillard.

rotten tomato @ 01/08/2012 at 12:47 am

@agenttomato:
No, it is actually a success of having someone more relevant and attractive.

@molly: I was not trying to star a “contest” between the two. I hate when people do that because it seems that it’s always done with women and not men. But my point was not that MIla isn’t pretty but that DIor didn’t do her justice in these ads compared to the ads they’ve done for Natalie.

agenttomato @ 01/08/2012 at 6:10 pm

@rotten tomato:
Yes, a success in attracting the naive individuals of society (as oppose to the worldly and the elegant). Yes, a success indeed; Dior will undoubtedly gain a profit gross after this campaign is released.

She is very cute; much better than her predecessor, Natalie Portman.

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