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We’re guessing she’s never chatted with a TSA agent.
As we learned from the Los Angeles premiere of Oz: The Great And Powerful, three leading ladies mean three times the red carpet fun. Tonight, Michelle Williams, Rachel Weisz, and Mila Kunis broke out some of their best press tour ensembles yet to fête the collab-happy Disney film in London. But who looked best? Well we know our pick — what about you?
Pretty soon, Oz will be the great, the powerful, and the ubiquitous. A whole horde of companies are collaborating with Disney’s latest film and releasing lines inspired by the movie’s characters.
It may be a Disney film, but with a trio of leading ladies like Michelle Williams, Mila Kunis, and Rachel Weisz, you can be sure the style at the Oz: The Great And Powerful premiere was anything but child’s play.
Everyone recognizes ’90s icon Lisa Frank‘s colorful smattering of rainbows, unicorns, and teddy bears. But did you all know that Esquire‘s Sexiest Woman Alive Mila Kunis used to shill for the brand? Nope, neither did we!
Comment dit-on “starlet” en français?
Uhhh, this is just a little weird.
When looking for a face for its fall/winter ad campaign, Dior came right back to the stunning Mila Kunis for round two.
Celebrities and über-nerds alike descended on San Diego yesterday for the first of four days of panels, previews, and crazy costumes otherwise known as Comic-Con. Among them? The cast of Twilight, Oz‘s Michelle Williams and Mila Kunis, and a whole slew of Star Wars faves.
Mila Kunis, Mark Walberg, and other entertainment folk attended the premiere of Ted in Los Angeles last night. Some were better dressed than others, and one lucky lady found herself sitting on a quarterback’s shoulder.
March may have just started, but the April covers are rolling in. Up next: Mila Kunis for Harper’s Bazaar.
It was only ten days ago that Dior announced Mila Kunis as the new face of their handbag line, so it makes sense that the Black Swan star would wear the French brand to tonight’s Golden Globes. But while the black, asymmetrical strap dress is very pretty, it feels a little stale and a whole lot of boring to us. Do you agree?
Dior sure has a thing for young brunette actresses who starred in Black Swan and made movies about friends with benefits. Natalie Portman reps its Miss Dior Cherie fragrance, and now Mila Kunis has been named the new face of the French fashion house.
Oh how we love a good red carpet movie premiere! Last night Justin Timberlake, Mila Kunis, Emma Stone and the other stars of Friends With Benefits got all dressed up to celebrate the debut of their new flick. And while most everyone played it safe in suits and cocktail dresses, Stone took a look straight from the catwalks of Milan. Too bad she didn’t look all that great in it.
From Anne Hathaway‘s Academy Award tux to fresh-faced Hailee Steinfeld‘s embellished suit, it seems like women just can’t get enough menswear.
MTV award shows are a whole lot looser than most, and that’s always reflected in the red carpet fashion. Where else could Lady Gaga wear a dress made of meat? Last night’s MTV Movie Awards were no exception. Celebs went short and funky, bright and sparkly, and we have a roundup of the night’s most memorable ensembles just for you!
Last night was the annual White House Correspondents’ Association dinner, a gala event that’s been getting more and more fashionable over the last few years — and we thank Michelle Obama for that. And maybe it’s because we gorged ourselves on beauty during the Royal Wedding, but we weren’t all that impressed with what we saw on the red carpet at this year’s event.
Now this is a Black Swan spoof that Natalie Portman would be proud of. Sassy Gay Friend, the series of videos from Chicago’s Second City Network of comedians, is back with a fresh look at the film for which Portman just won an Oscar. And Brian Gallivan, who plays the Sassy Gay Friend, gives Portman’s character Nina a much-needed schooling on the idea of perfection.
Admittedly, the bevy of expensive gowns at this year’s Oscars wasn’t the most exciting we’ve ever seen, but that didn’t stop a few looks from standing out. And among the ones that did, there were some pretty clear cut trends. Take a look at the colors and ideas that dominated the night and let us know if you see any trends you’ll be taking off the red carpet.