Last night, Cameron Diaz, Leslie Mann, and Kate Upton took to the red carpet for the L.A. premiere of their movie, The Other Woman. And once again, the ladies didn’t disappoint on the fashion front. (Be sure to shop their style from the film in our Movie-Inspired Style: The Other Woman Boutique, live now.)

Leslie Mann, joined by husband Judd Apatow and their two daughters, worked this season’s colorblocking trend, pairing a hot-pink strapless crop top with a coral high-waisted skirt. Cameron Diaz showed off her famous gams in a short little black dress with a plunging neckline, while Kate Upton shone bright in a sparkling Dolce & Gabbana mini dress topped with Chanel jewelry.

The Other Woman L.A. Premiere

Now, while Leslie and Cameron are no strangers to movie-premiere fashion, this is 21-year-old Kate’s first movie press tour – but the bombshell sure seems to be holding her own just fine. Before she headed into the Regency Village Theater to take in the premiere, we grabbed her for a few questions. Here, she talks red-carpet style and more.

Rue La La: You’ve had some great looks this press tour, from the Christian Siriano dress you wore in the Netherlands to the red mini you rocked in Germany. Do you have a favorite?
Kate Upton: That’s tough, but honestly, probably this one. I love Dolce & Gabbana.

Rue La La: In The Other Woman, your character Amber has a very laid-back, Cali-cool look. Is your personal style anything like Amber’s?
Kate Upton: It’s not. It was actually really funny, whenever I was looking through her clothes I was like, “Well, I wouldn’t wear that, I wouldn’t wear that,” because that’s how I am on modeling sets. But I’d stop and realize, I’m not looking for myself, this is for Amber. And it was really cool to create a style for a character. 

Rue La La: If you could steal the style of one of your costars – Leslie or Cameron – who would it be?
Kate Upton: I love both of their styles. When we’re out together I’m always like, “I want that shirt, and those shoes.” It’s just so much fun being on tour with them and seeing how they put together outfits.

Our Movie-Inspired Style: The Other Woman Boutique opened Monday, April 14, at 3PM ET.

By Keriann Coffey, Associate Editor

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April 22, 2014

The lawyer. The wife. The girl next door. In The Other Woman, Fox’s upcoming comedy, each character has a personality (and style) all her own. Which one are you most like? Follow our flowchart below to find out.

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Carly, Played by Cameron Diaz
You’re a sophisticated siren and the true definition of a modern businesswoman. In the office, you’re known for your collection of sharp suits the watercooler crowd can’t stop talking about. But when five o’clock hits, your friends can spot you in a LBD at the nearby cocktail lounge.

Amber, Played by Kate Upton
An all-American girl through and through, you have a sandal-and-denim collection that would make every Cali girl jealous. When headed out with your friends, you’re not afraid to throw on a deep V-neck – your carefree spirit exudes confidence no matter what you wear.

Kate, Played by Leslie Mann
Classic and put-together, A-line dresses, ballet flats, and cigarette pants fill your closet. You wouldn’t be caught dead leaving the house without a tube of lipstick and, when going out, you never say no to a martini (or three).

Our Movie-Inspired Style: The Other Woman Boutique opens Monday, April 14, at 3PM ET.

By Brianna Lapolla, Staff Writer

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April 14, 2014

 
Black and white dominated the red carpets this week, along with another home run from Emma Watson (does she ever get it wrong?). Check out who else made my list below.

Top Looks of the Week

  1. Emma Roberts in Finders Keepers and Jimmy Choo at PaleyFest.
  2. The cast of The Other Woman at the film’s London premiere.
  3. Emma Watson in Ralph Lauren Collection at the London premiere of Noah.

 
By Nicole Andrew, Fashion Editor

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April 4, 2014

Back in the summer (ahh, remember summer?), our fashion director wrote about a surprising development in Cameron Diaz’s career: the actress had stepped up as artistic director of Pour La Victoire. Now, several months later, the much-anticipated first designs from Cam’s foray into the fashion world are out, and the results are much like Cameron herself – sleek and sexy, yet still down to earth.
Cameron Diaz

Done up in neutral hues, luxe leather, and rich suede, the strappy heels and booties feature lower heels, because comfort is just as important as style to the celebrity-turned-designer. “For both Charlie’s Angels movies, we wore heels, ran in heels, did kung fu in heels,” she says. “We weren’t pretending. Heel function is a very important thing for me.”

Read more about Cameron’s new Pour La Victoire shoe line on People.com.

By Keriann Coffey, Associate Editor

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February 4, 2014