Jennifer Lopez, Cameron Diaz and Elizabeth Banks at the 'What to Expect When You're Expecting' Premiere
GALLERY >> Last Night's Best Dressed
As you’ve likely heard by now, Grazia Film Club is hosting a very special event with our Chanel chums in celebration of the release of rom com, 'What To Expect When You're Expecting' (click here to bag tickets) so we're excited to see the stars of the film are getting into the swanky spirit. They worked the black carpet at the premiere in Los Angeles last week and with Jennifer Lopez going slinky, Cameron Diaz showcasing her mile-long legs and Elizabeth Banks cracking out an Alexander McQueen stunner, we thought it only wise to bring you a gallery of the event's best dressers. Have a gander...
JLo opted went for full-length, cleavage-baring glamour courtesy of a nude belted gown by Maria Lucia Hohan. Hmm, is anyone else reminded of THAT Grammys moments?
Here's Cammy-D looking hot to trot in a sexy LBD by Valentino. Don't those nude heels make her pins look EVEN longer? And we're pleased to see her short crop is growing out nicely. No more tears, please.
Elizabeth Banks looked sensational wearing an oxblood red dress created by our beloved Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen. She teamed the frock with a McQueen clutch and maching stappy heels. DEE-VINE.
Alison Sudol kept her outfit simply sweet with a cutsey monochrome frock with classic black heels. If only she'd added a colour-popping clutch to avoid Snoozeville territory...
We love Anna Kendrick! And are over the moon to see her back to her red carpet duties, not least because she chose to wear this bedazzling Elie Saab number from the Spring 2012 Couture collection. Oh Lordy, we cannot explain how much we want those spiked Louboutins...
Bringing a splash of colour to the proceedings, Brooklyn Decker went the summery route with a bright Giambattista Valli dress. BD kept the accessories to a minimal because let's be honest, this dress can speak for itself.
And finally, Whitney Port put in an appearance but rather than sticking to her usual floaty boho fare, she opted for a short-and-structured frock with padded shoulders that we'd more likely see on J-Lo. We certainly we're EXPECTING that *guffaw*