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Mila Kunis drips in rubies for Gemfields

Published 13/07/2015

Mila Kunis
Mila Kunis

Mila Kunis literally sparkles in a new campaign film for Gemfields.

The Jupiter Ascending actress is the global ambassador for the company, and the video marks the fourth anniversary of the launch of its red stones. The footage was shot in the canyons above Malibu, California, and sees the mother-of-one showcasing five bespoke pieces.

In one scene, Mila has her dark locks slicked back off her face in a wet look style while modelling a long pair of ruby drop earrings. With bronzed eye make-up and a red lip to match the jewels, the 31-year-old looks stunning.

All the pieces the actress wears are set with Mozambican rubies and created by Gemfields’ sister company Fabergé, Georg Jensen, Spinelli Kilcollin, Miiori and the Indian designer Gyan.

Last month, Mila opened up about why she got involved with the company and how interesting it was to visit the mines in Africa.

“This experience kind of made everything I did, I mean I knew nothing, I really did come to the mines with the thought, ‘Oh it’s pretty, if I like it, I’ll buy it like most people,’” she told WWD. “I think that when you learn what makes a gemstone unique... you learn that every single gemstone has its own fingerprint and not one gemstone’s like the other.

“I have an emerald, and you can take it through a microscope and because of the specific types of veins in the emerald, you can trace it back to the exact cavern and exact country that it’s from — you can’t do that with any diamond, because it doesn’t exist and I find that to be very interesting — they all have their own history and their own print.”

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