Fame10 Fashion Evolution: Mila Kunis

  
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That ‘70s Show Series Finale Party – 2006

Mila Kunis rocked this bluish-purple cocktail dress at the “That ‘70s Show” Series Finale Party. She paired the dress with some strappy heels. MIla simply hadn’t looked this good before – it was a new beginning. On the red carpet, she looks great in a fitted cocktail dress with her long dark hair blown out.

At this point, Kunis had been dating child actor Macaulay Culkin for a few years. “We grew up together. You find a steady rock in your life and that’s all you need,” she said. “We have our ups and downs, but work through them.” While she seemed pretty into Culkin, many considered these two mismatched – even Russell Brand. When he found out that she was dating “Mac,” as she called him, he was mortified. “Then when he came it wasn’t Mac – it was Macaulay Culkin. He’d got longer and looked pale and scared of himself, like a shaved horse,” Brand said. “There was a horror about him and I thought, ‘You can’t f**k him – that’s the lad from Home Alone!’”

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World Premiere of Forgetting Sarah Marshall – 2008

The television turned movie actress wore this purple maxi dress, which featured blue detailing, to the world premiere of “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.” We must say that we think that she looked pretty sultry – a look that definitely works well for her and one that we think we will be seeing more of.

“Forgetting Sarah Marshall” is what really launched Mila Kunis’s movie career. The critics raved about her performance. Joe Morgenstern of The Wall Street Journal praised her “fresh beauty and focused energy” while James Berardinelli noted that she is “adept with her performance and understands the concept of comic timing.” Kunis success in the film led to more roles. She had a role in “Extract, alongside Ben Affleck and Jason Bateman, and “The Book of Eli,” which co-starred Denzel Washington. Her performances kept receiving positive reviews, which helped her to establish a reputation as a beautiful but highly skilled actress.

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