The ladies of Oz are dividing and conquering!
While her costars Michelle Williams and Rachel Weisz were hanging out with David Letterman and James Franco, Mila Kunis was in the City of Angels on Tuesday attending a luncheon thrown by W magazine in honor of her new position as brand ambassador for Gemfields jewelry.
Ashton Kutcher's leading lady wore a delicate white Elie Saab lace mini dress with a buttoned collar and tiered panels along the skirt.
The dainty dress looked ideal on Mila's petite figure and against her beautiful olive-toned skin and dark hair.
She is one SULTRY hottie!
[Image via Getty Images.]
As if a half-nekkid Emma Stone and druggie chic Kristen Stewart weren't enough, the February issue of W magazine features a veritable who's-who of actors for its "Best Performers" editorial.
We're not complaining, though!
Some of our biggest faves, like Freida Pinto, Amy Adams, Keira Knightley, Kerry Washington, Rebel Wilson, Rachel Weisz and Naomi Watts, make appearances
Hard day, KStew?
Kristen Stewart looks less than fresh in a feature for the February issue of W magazine.
Maybe she didn't get enough beauty rest the night before the shoot, or maybe she's high, you know, ON LIFE!
Whatever the case, the 22-year-old actress would make a perfect
To the delight of men the world over, the always well-dressed Emma Stone isn't wearing a whole lot on the cover of W magazine's February Movie Issue.
Way to guarantee an instant best-seller, W!
The gorgeous 24-year-old gives a very naughty pose
Apparently, W is not the only periodical to take on an artsy spin.
Bullett magazine has also adopted an artistic point of reference for its January "Surreal Issue," putting Elle Fanning on the cover and superimposing streaks of bright paint across her blonde hair.
Because this is the art issue, and streaks of paint across a person's hair obviously conveys that. In case you were wondering.
But the clothes are the best part!
Wow, way to up the ante, W!
It-girl-of-the-moment Jessica Chastain covers W magazine's "Art Meets Fashion" issue not once but four times (!), and each look is totally unique & fascinating.
We're not sure which one we like best!
The Zero Dark Thirty actress takes on the role of muse for four different artists, Rineke Dijkstra, Mickalene Thomas, George Condo, and Chantal Joffe, each of whom put their own spin on the redhead.
Please excuse her, because Keira Knightley is definitely having a moment.
The star of Anna Karenina has scored a slew of covers lately, including Vogue, Allure and W, and now her beaituful face is on the cover of Elle France!
The actress covers the mag's November issue in blue coat and two-tone belt. We’re still loving her winged eyeliner, and are glad that Elle liked it too.
It's nice to see there weren't any nipple issues with this cover either.
In fact, we think this is our favorite cover of the lot. What do U think?
[Image via Elle France.]
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