Cameron Diaz In Roland Mouret, Elizabeth & James and Lanvin – “Bad Teacher” Photocall

Cameron Diaz attended a photocall for her new movie, “Bad Teacher” at The Colosseum, Caesars Palace in Las Vegas yesterday.

This was part of the CinemaCon festivities, where the blonde actress was honored with the Female Star of the Year Award.

Cameron kept chic look casual by wearing an Elizabeth & James distressed blazer over a black Roland Mouret ‘Cascada’ dress from the Spring 2011 collection.

The look was very well accessorized with a gold buckled black leather wide belt, a gold Gemma Redux bangle and Lanvin plexi wedges from the Spring 2011 collection.

The heels and blazer are my favourite parts of this look.

Credit: Style.com & INFEvents

11 thoughts on “Cameron Diaz In Roland Mouret, Elizabeth & James and Lanvin – “Bad Teacher” Photocall

  1. Helen Oakes

    Love this look very chic but sexy and cool.
    Plus those shoes are amazing, those are not some boring black pumps!!

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  2. mol

    Her face looks so orange and oily, but I love this outfit and the shoes on her – that part is gorgeous.

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  3. Tahj

    Her face looks rough. But she must have a new stylist because she’s been dressed really well over the last year. Remember when she used to dress quite badly?

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  4. Lo

    Where was Lucey punch? She looks hysterical in the movie and the best part

    Cameron looks good here. Would have liked to see a little more of a wow factor.

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  5. mochababe73

    I thought it was a bit short, but I like it. I also like how the belt and the bracelet mimic each other.

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  6. LouisOwen

    Roland mouret is my godfather and dad and him are very close i go and visit him quite often so yea…..

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