Mila Kunis

What to Wear This Weekend, From Date Night to Brunch

Oct/25/2013 at 10:30 AM ET

This week’s “What to Wear” is all about casual comfort that highlights your best assets and looks like you spent lots of time on your outfit. Only you have to know the truth!
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Hollywood's Latest (and Most Questionable) Trend: Exposed Undies

Aug/19/2013 at 12:56 PM ET

3-D prints, peach pumps, braids X17 Online; Pacific Coast News; FameFlynet

We’ve warily gotten on the overalls bandwagon and considered casting our support to the shirt-around-waist look, but three of our favorite stars may have finally attempted a trend we just can’t get behind: Denim so low it exposes what’s underneath.

RELATED PHOTOS: Obsessed or hot mess? You decide about these bold star looks!
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Mila Kunis's Super-Low Slung Jeans: Sexy Or So 2001?

Jun/18/2013 at 11:26 AM ET

Mila Kunis JeansSpread/X17 Online

We can think of lots of reasons Mila Kunis might want to revisit 2001. After all, that was the heyday of That ’70s Show, where she met her current love, Ashton Kutcher.

But just because we can understand her desire to relive that year doesn’t mean we can endorse a return to the über-popular, super-low rise jeans that every girl in the U.S.A. was wearing at that time.

RELATED: Vote on whether these stars’ polarizing styles are fab or fails!

Famous for popularizing the terms “whale tail” (that would be a visible thong) and “muffin top” (the bane of every non-Mila Kunis-sized girl’s existence), the jeans burned white hot, then disappeared from existence.

But Kunis apparently dug hers out of the back of her closet, and it’s giving us major flashbacks. From the clear view of her abdominals and hipbones to the preview of her teal underpants to the cropped tee, we might as well be in homeroom waiting for the bell to ring.

Tell us: What do you think of Kunis’s super-low riders? Think this style should come back?

–Alex Apatoff

Chic Clicks: Mila Kunis's New Ad Campaign; Plus: See Miley Cyrus's New Tattoo

Mar/18/2013 at 01:30 PM ET

Mila Kunis Gemfields adsRichard Young/Rex USA

–We’re loving Mila Kunis as the new face of Gemfields — but we’re loving Gemfields’ commitment to ethical gemstone sourcing even more [WWD]

–Miley Cyrus’s latest tattoo is courtesy of Kat Von D (with an assist from Leonardo da Vinci). What do you think? [Huffington Post Style]

–Yes, apparently even the Duchess of Cambridge gets her heel caught in a grate sometimes [Racked]

–You may not be able have your hair done by John Frieda before walking in Zac Posen’s show, but you certainly cn reap the benefits of their partnership [Target]

–An easy way for prom-going girls to do good: Carolee is partnering with Project G.L.A.M. to donate a pair of earrings to an underprivileged girl for every two purhased [Carolee]


This Week's Best Dressed Star: Mila Kunis

Feb/23/2013 at 12:00 PM ET

Mila Kunis
Sara De Boer/Startraks

For a moment, it looked like Miranda Kerr was going to be crowned the best dressed star for a second week in a row. But one very stylish actress managed to steal the supermodel’s throne: Mila Kunis.

The Oz: The Great and Powerful star’s cream lace tea-length Dolce & Gabbana dress earned just enough votes to place first on this week’s best dressed list. Kunis paired the winning number with Christian Louboutin peep-toe heels and purple Sutra statement earrings for the film’s Hollywood premiere.


Kerr was about 400 votes shy of nabbing the number one spot thanks to her LBD, ankle-strap heels and red lips, which she donned to a Clear Scalp & Hair event in Sydney, Australia.

Check out who else made the top 10 and vote for your favorites here. Tell us: Is Kunis your best dressed star of the week? If not, who is?

–Jennifer Cress

Mila Kunis's Ancient Old Navy Cargos; Plus, the Pieces Rachel Weisz and Michelle Williams Adore

Feb/05/2013 at 10:30 AM ET

Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams InStyle CoverCourtesy InStyle

If you were a star, what would you put on every day: an Hermes Birkin bag? Wildly expensive Jimmy Choos? Ten-carat diamond earrings? InStyle asked Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz to name the piece they can’t live without — and their answers definitely surprised us.

In the new issue of InStyle, the Oz: The Great and Powerful co-stars reveal the most beloved item in their closet. And while Weisz’s prized possession isn’t super-spendy, Kunis and Williams each picked items that the average girl can afford, proving that even the rich and famous love a bargain.

Mila Kunis: Every girl knows that the perfect pair of pants is hard to find, which is why Kunis can’t part with the dark green Old Navy cargo pants that she bought on clearance for $4.99 — 15 years ago. “My friends hate them so much they hide them from me. When those pants fall apart, I swear I’m going to get someone to copy them for me,” she jokes.

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Exclusive: Check Out Whimsical Makeup Inspired by 'Oz the Great and Powerful'

Jan/15/2013 at 12:45 PM ET

We can’t magically transform into the gorgeous Michelle Williams or Mila Kunis, but thanks to Urban Decay, we can try. On Jan. 25, the makeup brand is releasing two pretty palettes inspired by Williams and Kunis’s characters in the upcoming film Oz the Great and Powerful.

“Every detail, from the gold eye shadow pans to the shade names, all somehow ties back to the film,” Urban Decay founder Wende Zomnir tells PEOPLE. “We wanted you to be able to create the looks of Glinda (Williams) or Theodora (Kunis) from the film using these palettes, but also explore other aspects of their characters through some of the other shades inside.”

Oz the Great and Powerful MakeupCourtesy Urban Decay

Each $49 palette comes with eight new, exclusive eye shadow shades (two of which are duos), a travel-size 24/7 Glide-On Pencil, an exclusive full-size Super-Saturated High Gloss Lip Color and a detailed get-the-look card.

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