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Christian Dior Signs Mila Kunis

Black Swan star becomes Christian Dior’s newest face

By: Rebecca Ihilchik

Published: January 5th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Christian Dior Signs Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis has been declared the new face of Christian Dior.

Women’s Wear Daily has reported that Kunis will appear in the fashion house’s spring campaign for Miss Dior handbags. The photos, shot by Mikael Jansson, are due to hit newsstands later this month in international editions of Elle, Vogue, and Madame Figaro. The campaign makes its U.S. debut on January 29 in The New York Times.

“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,” said Dior’s deputy manager Delphine Arnault. “We are looking forward to a long relationship with her.”

Kunis told WWD she finds Dior “an incredibly grounded house.”

“I always thought what Dior does is so sophisticated, feminine and beautiful,” the actress stated. She also said she’s more of a “jeans and T-shirt” type girl and that she’s “honestly just learning about fashion.”

The new deal has Kunis joining a long list of acclaimed actors who have represented the French fashion house, among them Black Swan co-star Natalie Portman, Marion Cotillard, Charlize Theron, and Jude Law.

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