Mila Kunis latest face of Dior
Sat, 07 Jan 2012 4:31a.m.
Mila Kunis has been named the newest face of Christian Dior.
The stunning actress will appear in the luxury French brand’s spring fashion campaign, which is shot by photographer Mikael Jansson.
Delphine Arnault - deputy general manager at Dior - says Mila’s beauty and talents as an actress are amongst the qualities that clinched her signing with Dior.
“Mila Kunis is a very talented young actress; she embodies the true modern woman. Her performance in Black Swan was remarkable. She is very gifted. We are looking forward to a long relationship with her,” Delphine told WWD.
“Christian Dior designed several costumes for the movies and maintained personal relationships with such actresses as Marlene Dietrich, Rita Hayworth, Ava Gardner, Sophia Loren, Marilyn Monroe, Liz Taylor and Grace Kelly. It is thus only natural for the house of Dior to continue to develop a very specific and personal relationship with actresses.” Mila is excited to work with the iconic fashion house. The 28-year-old star loves the ethos of the “grounded” label. “I’m honestly just learning about fashion. In my daily life, I don’t wear the most feminine pieces. But I love to feel feminine when I’m on the red carpet,” she explained.
“I find that Dior is an incredibly grounded house. I always thought what Dior does is so sophisticated, feminine and beautiful.
“They made me feel incredibly comfortable. I can’t say it was the hardest thing to do.” The spring campaign is slated to launch this month in international editions of Elle, Vogue and Madame Figaro.
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