No big secret that when the big ticket designers want to make their product look as good as possible, they recruit the hottest of the hot celebs to showcase their product for them. So goes the situation with Dior's new line of purses, which do seem to take on some appealing traits when placed along side Mila Kunis. Not that I have any idea or really care about what purses are good and which aren't. I'm mostly just baffled by the strange connection women have with their purses and why they seem to need several of them at once. No, I think it's more like the intangible greatness of Mila is simply rubbing off on everything around her, making those things a little more great in the process. Thus the reason for why she gets the big bucks she does.