PARIS--Mila Kunis was a hot ticket at yesterday's Miu Miu show. She looked stunning considering she had only touched down in Paris five hours prior and told us she was "barely, barely" awake. No fewer than three EIC's of major American glossies--Elle's Robbie Myers (with Joe Zee leading the way), Bazaar's Glenda Bailey and Marie Claire's Joanna Coles--stopped by to chat up the starlet. So expect to see her covering numerous glossies in the coming months.
We figure at least one of these covers will be timed to the July release of her new movie Friends With Benefits costarring Justin Timberlake. (Guess it's just a coincidence that her Black Swan costar Natalie Portman came out with No Strings Attached, a movie about friends with benefits, last month? Also in French No Strings Attached is called Sex Friends.)
Next up, she tells us she's going into production on a film called Ted with Mark Wahlberg, directed by Seth MacFarlane. "They're both very funny," she assures us regarding her next films. "They're definitely not Black Swan."
Speaking of Black Swan, we asked if Kunis had any thoughts on her costumes in the film and that whole drama surrounding who got credit for them. "I didn't really have an opinion about it," she told us. "I thought the Mulleavys did a beautiful job designing the Swan costumes but Amy Westcott designed the entire film and so I think that Amy truly does deserve the credit for the look of the film. But Natalie and [Kate and Laura Mulleavy] have known each other for many many years and I think that they're amazing designers."
As for Miuccia Prada's designs for Miu Miu's fall collection? They reminded Kunis of a movie, too, just not A League of Their Own. "I was thinking it's like the 1940s meets Blade Runner." Maybe we can enlist her to write fashion reviews when she's not filming?