Every week we crunch the numbers to see which articles and videos captivated readers most.
1) Mila Kunis On Bourbon, Her Favorite Bars, Fashion Turn-Offs, and the Male Models on Our March Cover
Mila Kunis has conquered every genre of comedy, from animation to rom-com, and even dabbled in the occasional drama. But the queen of girl-next-door charisma is taking on a different kind of role—as the first-ever global spokesperson for Jim Beam. As the face of the bourbon brand, Kunis chats at a bar about her drink of choice, favorite watering holes, and the biggest fashion mistakes guys make.
For more of our interviews with leading ladies:
American Hustle's Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Adams on Singing, Dancing, Locking Lips, and Building Characters
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The late-night TV lovers watched with bated breath as Jimmy Fallon succeeded Jay Leno as the host of The Tonight Show, and Seth Meyers swapped Weekend Update for Late Night. All reviews and criticisms aside, the recent shuffle kicked up memories of iconic hosts (from Ed Sullivan to David Letterman), so we traced the evolution of their style from classic fifties suits to the regrettable wide-lapels of the seventies, to the present day. See who does late-night style best—and worst.
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The days of milk vs. soymilk are a thing of the past—now there's a plethora of nondairy alternatives. Read up on the pros and cons of all your options, including almond, coconut, rice, hemp, and more.
If you're thirsty for more:
Would You Like the Chicken, the Turkey, or the Rabbit? Inside the Weird World of Meat-Distilled Mezcals
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Before jetting off to São Paulo Fashion Week, Oskar Metsavaht, the doctor-turned-designer behind the Brazilian brand Osklen, shared his fashion tips. Like his luxury designs, which are full of color and print, Metsavaht knows when to add some flair and when to stick to elegant basics.
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No man is downing can after can of energy drink for his health, but do you really know what your quick pick-me-up of choice contains besides caffeine? Dietician and Equinox Tier 4 coach, Maria Pagano, reveals how your body's response effects your brain, bloodstream, heart, and skin.
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