Mila Kunis is the newest face of Dior

Mila Kunis is following in the footsteps of her Black Swan co-star Natalie Portman by officially signing on to be the newest celebrity spokesperson for Dior. While Portman is the face of the Miss Dior Cherie fragrance, Kunis is featured in the classy campaign for the Miss Dior spring 2012 collection of designer handbags. Despite describing herself as a “jeans and t-shirt” type of girl, Kunis is honored to be representing the label. “I am absolutely thrilled to be working with Dior. The brand is iconic in so many ways. It defines fashion, elegance and sophistication,” the actress said in her statement released today. Officials from the house of Dior are equally pleased to add the actress to their high-profile roster of A-list Hollywood models, which in the past has included Grace Kelly and Marilyn Monroe, and more recently, Marion Cotillard and Charlize Theron. Kunis’s campaign launches in China later this month and will then appear in U.S. titles beginning at the end of January.

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  1. C-Dub • January 6, 2012 @ 1:16 PM

    I just saw Friends With Benefits, and now I like Mila Kunis more. I didn’t think much of her but after Black Swan and how dark that movie was then her comedy, I’m impressed and in love ha ha.

  2. Germain • January 6, 2012 @ 4:25 PM

    C-Dub…. Did you miss “Forgetting Sarah Marshall”?? You must have because she was very likable in that one.

  3. Trevor • January 6, 2012 @ 6:58 PM

    Yummy! I just want to nuzzle her and give her the loving she needs.

  4. C-Dub • January 9, 2012 @ 8:39 PM

    Germain, yes I saw it and Book of Eli, I said now I like her more. I liked her in the other movies too, but now she seems to have moved up a notch in likability 🙂 Like…I mean mmmm

  5. Germain • January 9, 2012 @ 8:47 PM

    What’s not to like.

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