Mila Kunis has landed yet another cover of W magazine. This is the star's second time fronting the American publication, previously covering the March 2011 cover by Craig McDean. This time around, we see the future Mrs. Kutcher lensed by Michael Thompson, conveying the essence of the 60s, while wearing an embellished dress from Gucci's Fall 2014 collection.
Our forum members didn't believe the cover was genuine at first. "The text makes it look almost fan made…?" questioned honeycombchild.
Even after it was confirmed the cover was genuine, forum member t-rex wasn't convinced: "Still looks fake. Please let the text and font be a one-time mistake…And having Mila Kunis shot as a Sixties girl is not fresh…"
Andrea27 shared their sentiments and posted, "Looks like the cover is made by a fan in Paint, especially this font of text in the right angle. And she doesn't look like herself, something is strange with her nose. Too bad, I really like Mila."
"This just seems lazy to me. The 60s thing has been done to death. Stylists really need to let it go," wrote HodanChloe.
On the other hand, kokobombon seemed to like the cover: "I like the 60s vibe. I'd guess that even though the movie got pushed back, the mag thought it would still be 'interesting' because of her pregnancy and engagement? I mean, she wouldn't be the first actress to be on a cover just because of that…"
Await the fashion stories, see Mila's pictures from inside the issue and join the discussion all inside the thread here.