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Urban Outfitters Uncovers Rare Mila Kunis Commercial From 1993 [VIDEO]

Mila Kunis will “never forget the day” she got stuck on Lisa Frank

By: Ashley Baylen

Published: October 17th, 2012 in Culture » Society » News

Urban Outfitters Uncovers Rare Mila Kunis Commercial From 1993 [VIDEO]

Remember Lisa Frank? The purple and pink super-girly stickers featuring rainbows, unicorns, and teddy bears that every prepubescent girl had in the early 90’s?

Well, apparently the brand is still popular today, and even more surprisingly, Urban Outfitters decided to send a crew of filmmakers to Tuscon, Arizona to interview Lisa Frank herself. What audiences have discovered from Urban outfitters video, “The World of Lisa Frank,” is that Mila Kunis was a Lisa Frank girl shortly after moving to America (you can detect her accent in the commercial) and that Lisa Frank is insane.

In the Mila Kunis/Lisa Frank commercial, the 9-year-old “Ted” actress is seen in a vibrant room, surrounded by multi-colored stuffed animals and pillows.

“I’ll never forget the day I got stuck on Lisa Frank. The stickers were so cool! The colors were awesome. So I go to the store. And wow! There’s tons of awesome Lisa Frank stuff. I gotta have it, what more can I say?,” young Kunis says.

Watch the Urban Outfitters Lisa Frank video below for a history of the brand, a look into the crazy mind of the founder, and check out baby Kunis at the 2:55 mark.

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