Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Cameron Diaz looked stunning on the red carpet tonight for the London premiere of her latest movie, ‘Gambit’ held at the Empire Leicester Square.

It’s a miserable night in the capital, but the bubbly actress was back to her best lighting up the red carpet wearing this delightfully charming Stella McCartney dress.

Thankfully, for our viewing pleasure, she didn’t wrap up against the elements so we could appreciate this black-and-ivory knee-length dress with a plunging neckline.

Her look was artfully accessorized with Solange Azagury Patridge hooped earrings, a gorgeous Tom Binns cuff, Pomellato rings and a chic satin Anya Hindmarch black clutch.

On this night Stella and Cameron really gave us some red carpet magic which we usually only witness on Met Gala night.

I adore this look from head-to-toe.

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On Saturday evening Gucci hosted the Los Angeles County Museum of Art’s (LACMA) second annual Art + Film Gala honoring filmmaker Stanley Kubrick and artist Ed Ruscha at LACMA.

Many of our favourite stars attended wearing looks from the Gucci Spring 2013, Resort 2013 and Fall 2012 collections.

First up is the leggy Cameron Diaz who gives us our first look at the Gucci Spring 2013 collection to hit the red carpet.

Her chartreuse mini dress with long wide sleeves, keyhole detail and a buckle belt has a beautiful crystal-embellished floral neckline.

I love the dress, but I wish Cameron had swiped the runway styling.

The runway’s yellow snakeskin sandals are preferred over her black Gucci ankle strap heels.

I also prefer the slick back hairdo to Cameron’s laidback ‘just-got-out-of-the-shower’ ponytail.

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Cameron Diaz looked pretty in pink as she made her way out of a back exit from a Barack Obama fundraiser at Mark’s Club, which was also attended by Anna Wintour and Gwyneth Paltrow, in London yesterday evening to raise money for the Obama presidency campaign.

The actress wore an Emilia Wickstead Fall 2012 jumpsuit.

Her uber-chic look with short sleeves was styled with a matching leather belt, white peep-toes, a gold clutch and a black clutch.

I love this look from head to toe, excluding the black clutch. The white heels don’t trouble me on this occasion.

A simple ponytail and pink lippie completed her look.

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Dannii Minogue are also fans of New Zealand-born, London-based designer Emilia Wickstead.

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Cameron Diaz graces the cover of InStyle UK’s July 2012 issue wearing a baby blue Valentino Couture lace dress.

She talks to the magazine about turning 40 in August, having children plus she shares how Drew Barrymore’s fiancé had to ask for Cameron’s blessing before popping the question.

Her Haute Couture editorial, shot by Liz Collins, sees her wearing Givenchy and Giambattista Valli.

The magazine goes on sale this Thursday. Here are some extracts from her interview.

On turning the big 4-0 in August: “Life gets better as you get older, definitely. I don’t want to be 20! I feel better than ever: stronger, more capable and clearer. I really know myself now.” Read more…

Cameron Diaz looked ready for summer in London this evening at the premiere of her new movie, ‘What to Expect When You’re Expecting.’

The actress went for a more casual look, wearing a strapless white Stella McCartney jumpsuit.

Very few could pull off a white jumpsuit, but Cammy’s tall stature and classic California tan is practically made for the look.

However, while the bodice fit impeccably, the pants may need to be hemmed just a tad, even for Cameron.

A white Stella McCartney faux leather ‘Grace’ clutch, Kimberly McDonald teardrop earrings and nude satin Stella McCartney sandals, accessorized the simple look.

She opted for a chic, blown out bob and glossy lips provided the finishing touches.

It looks like Cheryl Cole and Cameron colour coordinated their look.

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