Mila Kunis, The Other Black Swan Star, Covers Nylon

  • Mila Kunis, who's also in that movie about the ballet dancers or whatever, is Nylon's covergirl. "It's always trippy to walk into a room and be confronted with a life-size cardboard image of yourself," she joked at the party. [WWD]
  • The mystery of how, exactly, Vogue Japan fashion director Anna Dello Russo has managed to amass two entire apartments' worth of designer clothes, will not be elucidated in the pages of the Guardian. "I can't quite get to the heart of her finances. Possibly, the Japanese Vogue gig pays so handsomely she can afford those two apartments and the hundreds of thousands of pounds' worth of Prêt-à-porter. All she will offer is: 'Of course, I am journalist! Then I have discount, I am privileged!'" Meanwhile, Dello Russo says she once tried to dress her dog up in clothes, but she hated it. [Guardian]
  • Are you a commemorative swag merchant intent on knocking together salable merch featuring Prince William and Kate Middleton without getting thrown in the Tower? Please be advised that acceptable items of commemorabilia include carpets, cushions, wall hangings, head scarves, mugs, plates, trays, and commemorative coins. Tea-towels, aprons and t-shirts are outlawed. All photos of the happy couple must be approved, and including the Prince's Coat of Arms is prohibited. Now go ye forth and make a mint. [Telegraph]
  • Sylvie Cachay's former boyfriend has been charged with attempted murder and is being held without bail. The 33-year-old swimwear designer was found dead in an overflowing bathtub at the private Soho House club last week. She was reportedly strangled. Friends of Cachay's described the boyfriend, Nicholas Brooks, as controlling and aggressive. [WWD]
  • Rodarte's Kate and Laura Mulleavy wrote their own version of the Proust questionnaire, and it includes the queries: "Rosemary's Baby or Hannah and Her Sisters?" "J.D. Salinger or Jack Kerouac?" "Hats or scarves?" and "Julie Christie or Vanessa Redgrave?" [Fashionista]
  • For Givenchy's spring campaign, designer Riccardo Tisci cast an albino male model named Stephen Thompson. [WWD]
  • By the time it actually came out, Marc Jacobs had no recollection of ever having recorded a cameo on P. Diddy's new album. "I got a Google alert or something," he said, "and it was so long ago and I really had completely forgotten." The designer is pretty sure he said "Something about a train?" [NYDN]
  • Marisa Miller posed nude for a t-shirt allegedly promoting skin cancer awareness. The shirt's available at Marc Jacobs stores. [Yeeeah]
  • Meanwhile, Fergie "designed" a pair of shoes. "If you get these in pink, they're called 'Hope,'" she says, "basically, all the funds go to breast cancer research." [Contactmusic]
  • Ashton Kutcher will be the next male face of the Brazilian clothing brand Colcci. [Quem]
  • If looking at the pictures online isn't enough for you, copies of the nude-tastic 2011 Pirelli calendar are available on eBay for upwards of $700. [USAToday]
  • Today in executives who mangle the English language, we present L'Oréal's chief marketing officer, Marc Speichert: "While it used to be that you had one skin-care product, and another for makeup, now we're merging makeup with skin care, so a makeup brand integrates skin-care benefits. For example, foundation can also have skin-care benefits. We're blurring the line between categories and leveraging convenience into one product." [Newsweek]
  • And today in other things we hate: "Kislinger, 25, earned her degree at NYU Gallatin in the self-styled major 'the construction of appearance and its influence in identity.' She's had design aspirations, drawing her first gold, ruby and emerald flower ring when she was about 11, which her mom secretly produced and presented for her 12th birthday." [WWD]
  • Bitter Monday haterade, part II: Gucci threw a "day-care party" to sell its four-figure kids' clothing line. "Some kids go to day care, others ... go to Gucci," noted The Cut. And the ones who go to Gucci look like the saddest children in the world. [The Cut]
  • TJX is closing the A.J. Wright chain. Some of the stores will be converted to T.J. Maxx, Marshalls, or HomeGoods locations, while 71 others will be closed. Nearly five thousand job losses are expected. [CNN Money]
  • Bankrupt denim line Rock & Republic might be revived as a brand, now that unpredictable C.E.O. Michael Ball is out of the picture. [WWD]
  • Today on Gilt, you too can buy an exclusive couture experience with Project Runway's own Christian Siriano. Get a custom-made dress and two tickets to his fall show this February for the low, low price of $7,000. [Racked]