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Mila Kunis Is the Newest Face of Dior

01/05/2012 at 10:30 AM ET

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Black Swan star Mila Kunis is spreading her wings, becoming the latest celebrity to join the Christian Dior family.

The actress’ first ads for the Miss Dior handbag — shot in New York by photographer Mikael Jansson — will debut internationally in Asian and European editions of ELLE, Vogue and Madame Figaro on Jan. 15. Appearances in U.S. media outlets will follow later in the month.

“I am absolutely thrilled to be working with Dior,” Kunis said in a statement. “The brand is iconic in so many ways. It defines fashion, elegance and sophistication.”

In signing with the French fashion house, Kunis joins Lady Dior handbags’ current face, Marion Cotillard (who will remain in her role), plus Black Swan costar Natalie Portman, the spokesmodel for Miss Dior Cherie perfume. Charlize Theron also models for Dior beauty and J’adore Dior fragrance, and Jude Law, Sophie Marceau and Sharon Stone have ties to the brand, as well. Tell us: What do you think of Kunis’s first ads for Dior?

–Peter Mikelbank

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They’ve turned her into a white girl…

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Felicia on

She looks beautiful. Nice to see her look like a lady instead of a girl. The pictures are gorgeous

Frisky on

I think she looks AMAZING because she has less makeup on than usual. You can see her real face, its vulnerability, the beauty not the makeup. Love it.

Pat on

I don’t understand why they use celebrities in their ad campaigns. Does that really help their sales? Seeing an actress with the product or a random model is not going to make any difference to me.

She looks kind of stiff in the photos. Which is why a professional model might be the better choice!

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