Cameron Diaz

Cameron Diaz Styles Her First Pour La Victoire Campaign as Artistic Director: Go Behind the Scenes!

May/20/2014 at 03:36 PM ET

Cameron Diaz has said, “I’m not a person who does anything halfway,” and she’s proving that true in her artistic director role for accessories line Pour La Victoire. The actress directed the label’s Spring 2014 campaign shoot, and we’ve got behind-the-scenes images to prove it. (And yes, it’s still a little jarring to see the actress behind the lens instead of in front of it!)

Cameron Diaz Pour La Victoire Spring 2014Courtesy Pour La Victoire

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Met Gala Flashback: We Pick the Most Memorable Dresses From Every Angle

May/05/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

You’ve already received a crash course on Charles James (the featured designer of this year’s Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute Gala), and read our predictions for what the stars will be wearing on the red carpet. Now there is just one thing left to do to keep your excitement high for tonight’s star-studded fashion prom: Take a look back at some of the most memorable gowns from Met Gala’s past … from every gorgeous angle, of course. Seriously, you should just watch these gifs all. day. long.
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Kat Graham Will Help You Find the Outfit of Your Dreams on The Hunt

Apr/24/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

Thanks to Twitter, Facebook and our own email, we know how much PEOPLE StyleWatchers love to track down celebrity outfits — and how important the pursuit of the perfect piece (or look for less!) can be. And as much as we love to be the authority on all things style, we have to admit we’ve got some competition thanks to The Hunt, an app and website totally devoted to helping you find exactly what you’re looking for. You post the picture, and 100,000+ daily active users help you track down the best match. Our favorite part? Some of those users include celebs like Kylie and Kendall Jenner, Tyra Banks and Kat Graham.
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Miranda Kerr Takes Best Dressed (and Deserves It!) for the Zillionth Week

Apr/12/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

This week, the Most Loved Looks list featured the Great Hemline Debate of 2014: Minis vs. Floor-Length. Half of the ensembles featured gowns that swept the red carpet with flowing fabrics (we’re including Jennifer Garner’s sweeping custom MaxMara jumpsuit), while the others showed off their toned legs in super-short dresses. And after tallying up all the reader votes, it looks like the floor-length hems have it with Miranda Kerr coming out on top!

Miranda Kerr Best DressedJun Sato/WireImage

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Cameron Diaz (and Her Crazy-Toned Legs) Nabs This Week's Best Dressed Title

Apr/05/2014 at 09:00 AM ET

Cameron Diaz CinemaConGilbert Flores/Broadimage

Just weeks before Cameron Diaz stepped out in this Victoria Beckham original, the designer posted an image of the dress on Instagram with the caption, “I’m so excited!! My favorite look from my spring/summer show is now available on my site!! x vb.” And we bet she’d also be pretty excited to know that Cameron has just been crowned PEOPLE’s Best Dressed of the Week. The star received over 25,000 “Love It” votes in the flirty design and landed at the top of our Most Loved Looks list.

Cameron’s toned legs seem to go on forever in the gray mini she sported on the red carpet at CinemaCon in Las Vegas. We love that the dress breaks with an asymmetrical hemline to reveal a second, pleated white skirt underneath. The actress finished her look with a pair of Saint Laurent pumps — putting the cherry on top (or this case bottom) of a perfect fashion sundae.

The actress also captured our No. 7 spot this week in a black Dior dress, worn to the Amsterdam premiere of The Other Woman. Once again her stems were on display, giving us motivation for a major lunge day at the gym.

Naomi Watts stole second place in a royal-blue Elie Saab jumpsuit featuring some lace triangle cutouts at the décolletage for the BVLGARI LVCEA unveiling in Switzerland. Also deserving a shout out in the skin-revealing department are Kate Beckinsale, who selected a Jenny Packham cutout gown and Margot Robbie who stunned in an off-the-shoulder scarlet Paper London jumpsuit (that’s right, two jumpsuits in the Top 10 this week!), both at the Jameson Empire Film Awards in London.

Do you think that Cameron stole the spotlight with her magnificent minis, or should the trophy have gone to a contender with a little more length to her dress?

–John Soper

From Date Night to Brunch, Exactly What to Wear This Weekend

Apr/04/2014 at 03:30 PM ET

Tinder date? Brunch followed by beers and March Madness? Early morning meeting Monday? We have the perfect outfit for whatever you have on the deck this weekend thanks to three fashion-forward stars.

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Oscars Gown Showdown: Cameron Diaz vs. Sandra Bullock -- Pick Your Favorite!

Feb/17/2014 at 09:45 AM ET

Oscar Gown Showdown: Cameron Diaz, Sandra BullockAlberto E. Rodriguez/Getty; Steve Granitz/WireImage



The Showdown: Cameron Diaz in Oscar de la Renta (2010) vs. Sandra Bullock in Marchesa (2010)
The Editor’s Pick: Cameron Diaz
Who Made the Call?: Zoë Ruderman, Senior Style Editor
Why She Chose It:

How are these things supposed to start? This was such a hard decision! They both look perfect! But aw shucks, I’ve just got to pick one! Well, sorry, Sandy, but this was an easy choice for me. Cameron wins by a long shot. And if the majority of you don’t vote in agreement with me, I’m going to be very, very surprised.

Check out the full Oscars Gown Showdown bracket here!

The phrases “breath-taking” and “jaw-dropping” are severely overused in my opinion, but both apply to Cameron’s dazzling strapless Oscar de la Renta gown. The champagne hue, the scattered paillettes and the vintage-inspired vibe made the dress such a showstopper. It was Rachel Zoe, the actress’s stylist at the time, who spotted this number on the Fall 2010 runway, and I think the confection on Cameron is the most amazing thing Rachel has ever conceived (no offense to Skyler and Kai Berman).

Sure, Sandra’s Marchesa gown was a similar color and also had the Old Hollywood thing going on, but the silhouette of her dress doesn’t even come close. When Cameron walked down the red carpet, it was almost like she was floating thanks to that full skirt.

Come on, people, isn’t the choice easy? Okay, fine, if you disagree with me, I can respect that (but please defend your choice in the comments since I’m curious to know what you’re thinking!). And if you’re a swing voter, let the hair be your tie-breaker (how amazing do Cameron’s side-swept waves look?).

Voting is now closed but click here to see who came out on top — and to weigh in on today’s matchup: Penélope Cruz vs. Charlize Theron!

 

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