Cameron's Sexy SoCal Style Evolution

Jun. 24 2010, Published 9:23 a.m. ET

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Knight and Day star Cameron Diaz is one of the most bodacious blondes in Hollywood, and with her Tom Cruise summer blockbuster hitting theaters on Friday, decided to take a walk down the gorgeous star’s haute history. Famous for her undeniable California girl beauty, those flawless legs-for-miles and her quirky and bubbly personality, the San Diego born starlet has never been one to sky away from a red carpet. There is definitely “Something About Cameron,” we all love and adore.

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When Cammy was 16-years-old she started her covetable career as an Elite model, which took her around the world, splashing the covers of magazines and scoring highly sought after contracts with the biggest names in fashion.

At the age of 21, Cam nabbed her first big screen role in the Jim Carey blockbuster The Mask, achieving worldwide recognition overnight. With her flawless figure, the young star wasn’t afraid to flaunt her assets, wearing all of the tummy and boob-baring getup she could.  With hunky arm candy Matt Dillon accessorizing her leggy look, Cam became a red carpet star.


As she began taking more critically acclaimed roles, such as Any Given Sunday, Being John Malkovich and Vanilla Sky, the fun-loving fashionista upped her ante on the carpet, wearing gorgeous gowns in more sophisticated style.

We never know exactly what to expect from Cam on Any Given red carpet, because her designer rap sheet reads like the schedule at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week: Giambattista Valli. Zac Posen. Chanel. Christian Dior. Stella McCartney. Alexander McQueen. But with all the high fashion designers dressing her, she always manages to maintain a sense of personal identity, which is true to her born and bred California Girl roots.

What were some of Cam’s best looks over the years? Check out the gallery in Style and let us know what you think!



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