It’s been a long and winding Yellow Brick Road for Mila Kunis and Michelle Williams, who star in Disney’s Oz: The Great and Powerful, which hits theaters March 8. Their world-premiere tour has so far included stops in L.A., Moscow and, as of Thursday, London, too.
The most recent premiere found Williams wearing a bright, peacock-feather-embroidered bustier dress by Burberry Prorsum designer Christopher Bailey. With her dress' bold color, interesting use of material and impeccable tailoring, Williams most definitely stood out next to co-star Mila Kunis, despite Kunis looking quite lovely in a sweeping Alexander McQueen gown and Gemfields Zambian jewels by Dominic Jones.
But on Wednesday, both stars looked equally striking at the film's Russian premiere, where Kunis wore a purple strapless custom gown by Atelier Versace, and Williams sparkled in a wow-inducing gold and black short-sleeve number by Jason Wu.
Before the Moscow premiere, the cast posed for photos on the roof of the Ritz Hotel. Williams, 32, chose a black sleeveless Victoria Beckham dress and Charlotte Olympia shoes, while Kunis, 29, donned a gray piece by Givenchy paired with Christian Louboutin heels.
Stylists Kate Young and Petra Flannery, who work with Kunis and Williams, respectively, can be credited for the strong promo choices, thus far.