Comic-Con, held at the Jacob Javitts Center has been gaining popularity every year! It truly is an event where fantasy meets fashion. For the devotees of animation, comic books and superhero culture, this is the place to be. Kristen Stewart, Sean Astin, Mila Kunis, Michelle Williams and Tom Felton of Harry Potter fame were just some of the famous faces spotted within the crowd of over 110,00 thousand people.
Comic Con is the largest pop-culture event on the East Coast, hosting the latest in comics, graphic novels, anime, video games and so much more. It spans all age ranges with the bulk following to be tweens to late 30's and older. The fans come dressed as their favorite characters, some in ready-made costumes and others devoting much time & creativity into their look. Fashion school students interviewed took it to a new extreme of style and quality.
Mila Kunis may be off the market but she was still named Esquire’s “Sexiest Woman Alive.”
Certainly aided by her hot lady love scene with Natalie Portman in Black Swan, on-camera chemistry with Justin Timberlake, coupled with “that girl” personality in Friends With Benefits, and understanding GF attitude a la Ted, Kunis has no-doubt held many-a-men’s attention, even dream-girl appeal for quite sometime now.
Currently linked to former That ‘70s Show co-star, Ashton Kutcher, Kunis humbly acknowledges her new hot title by simply saying, “What I do and who I am are two different things. And, they will always be.”
Unless you’re the luckiest person alive, there are more than a few unflattering photos bearing your image floating around out there. Unfortunately in 2012, they most likely end up on the internet… as your friend’s profile picture because she thinks she looks great. Rather than hacking her account to take the photo down, avoid the bad snap shot all together. There is a science to taking a good picture and it doesn’t state that one is required to wear a size two or win beauty pageants.
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2011 has been an incredible year, sartorially speaking. From Anne Hathaway's eight costume changes at the Academy Awards to Diane Kruger...well, whenever the woman puts on clothes, a few of the ladies that didn't make the cut were this close. Ultimately, we decided that the criteria to make Joonbug's "Top Looks of 2011" list lay within three very simple (and very visible) requirements: originality, memorability and game-change factor. Once we began to whittle down our large list, we found that very few looks - no matter how much we loved them - fit these requirements.
The Rock n' Roll Hall of Fame's 25th Anniversary Concert, (October 2009) started this mess. For it was this weekend, at a breathlessly packed Madison Square Garden, that two disparate rock sensations, Lou Reed and Metallica high fived over an unprovoked collaboration album. While the music world covered the news with undisputed anticipation, and quite understandable curiosity ("What could the world’s hugest metal band and the co-founder of the avant-rock deities the Velvet Underground possibly have in common," said Ben Sisario of The New York Times on October 27, 2011) the fan base was dubious from the start. In either case, Lulu came and saw, but far from conquered.
In the world of the red carpet the outfit is an important statement but nothing says more than a pair of fabulous shoes!
Model/actress Brooklyn Decker accessorized her red-hot leather mini dress with Christian Louboutin "Pigalle" spiked gold heels at the ESPY Awards.
True Blood star, Anna Paquin went with a black-and-red combo, pairing her Antonio Berardi dress with perforated Gucci open-toe heels at Comic-Con
Urkel, Garth, McLovin; all famous nerds that we can't seem to get enough of. Whether it's the fictional nerds that deserve the credit or the real life ones (did you know Megan Fox and Mila Kunis claim to be nerds at heart?) that we should be thanking, geek chic has never been so hot.
As red hot star Mila Kunis promotes her latest film opposite Justin Timberlake, Friends With Benefits, we all benefit by learning a little bit more about the celebrity's sense of fashion. From the ditzy girl next door Jackie in That '70s Show to a crazed ballerina in Black Swan, the Ukrainian beauty has been proving her versatility for a considerable amount of time for such a young talent. In the public eye since the early 90s, appearing in print ads and commercials for Mattel's Barbie, Guess girls and even a small role on popular soap opera Days of our Lives. In 1998, Mila Kunis was cast in Fox's That '70s Show, playing Jackie Burkhart at the young age of 14. Growing up on camera and behind the scenes as well, Kunis began to lend her vocal cords as the voice of Meg Griffin on Fox Broadcasting Company's Family Guy, a gig she still has 12 years later.
Thanks to YouTube, Sgt. Scott Moore is one lucky man!
Last week, the marine, who is currently in Afghanistan, posted a short YouTube video asking Mila Kunis to the Marine Corps Ball. Yes, you heard that right--not a girlfriend or a wife, but the 'Black Swan' actress who wowed audiences in a racy scene with co-star Natalie Portman. Word got around and Justin Timberlake, who stars alongside Kunis in the new film, Friends with Benefits, passed the message along to Mila. She agreed to go to the ball, but thought that Timberlake would be attending as well. However, Justin said the marine wasn't interested in having him there. He only wanted Mila. Surprise, Surpise!
It's a Family Guy semi-soiree! Not only are Meg (Mila Kunis) & Joe (Patrick Warburton) featured in the upcoming flick, Seth MacFarlane (voice of Peter and Brian and Stewie and Quagmire/etc.) will be doing voiceover work as well plus he's the director! Can you tell yours truly is a fan?
Macfarlane's directorial debut comes in the form of Ted, a film that spins the tale of a man named John and a teddy bear. Yep. A teddy bear. Mila Kunis and Mark Wahlberg are set to be in the lead roles, apparently so in the picture to the left. Mila looked stunning as a bride with a mermaid-style dress and traditional veil with Marky Mark as her groom. Details behind the scene are fuzzy, so looks like we're gonna have to tune into this one.