Thanks to Mila Kunis’ buzz-worthy performances in Black Swan and Friends with Benefits, she has become 2011’s must-have cover girl. By gracing the front pages of Cosmopolitan, the Los Angeles Times, Elle and GQ , she has proven that her spunk, style, and stagecraft are all something worth watching for. This Mila media craze has not only kept me engrossed in all of her current publicity, but it has also enticed me to re-obsess over my favorite blast-from-the-past TV show — That '70s Show. I’ve noticed that mixed in with all of the sarcastic humor and cliche slang, Mila sports an inspiring collection of '70s ensembles. And with the 1970’s fashion world domination, what better way to get my fashion fix than to ogle over Mila Kunis’s That '70s Show getups?
With brands like Free People, Donna Karan and Alice & Olivia, there is no shortage in modern, '70s inspired women’s wear; but what about footwear? Well that’s where the Jeffrey Campbell collection comes in. Their vintage-influenced, chunky, platform heels are the epitome of a classic '70s shoe. Over the past few seasons, this brand has become an American fashion accessory necessity for designers, Fashionistas, and stylists alike.
This featured Fashionista enlists the help of her Jeffrey Cambell’s to add a subversive yet sassy edge to her laid-back look. Her black color palette and the added splash of crimson, incorporates a gothic spin to her '70s shoes — the overall look is a surprisingly perfect Mod combo (I can’t help but see the Mila Kunis beauty and style look-alike in this Fashionista).