Cameron Diaz got married, but who designed the dress?

Cameron Diaz's marriage to Benji Madden makes her Nicole Richie's sister-in-law

Cameron Diaz surprised most of the world by quietly marrying rocker Benji Madden in a private ceremony at their home in Beverly Hills on Monday. Of course, that led everyone to wonder, 'What did she wear?' Absent any information on that score, WWD reminds us that it could have been any number of designers. Diaz sits front row at Dior, Versace and Armani; is pals with Drew Barrymore, whose father-in-law is Chanel's former chief executive; and has a new sister-in-law in designer Nicole Richie, who is married to Madden's brother Joel. [WWD]

Now that awards season has kicked off with the Palm Springs Film Festival, People declares that the stylish couples to watch on red carpets this year are Benedict Cumberbatch and his fiancee, Sophie Hunter, Eddie Redmayne and his new wife, Hannah Bagshawe, and David and Jessica Oyelowo. The gentlemen are all likely Oscar nominees for "The Imitation Game," "The Theory of Everything" and "Selma," respectively. [People]

BuzzFeed reports that C. Wonder, the chain opened in 2011 by Chris Burch, is closing all its stores. [BuzzFeed]

Coach is acquiring Stuart Weitzman in a $574-million deal, WWD reports. [WWD]

Kim Kardashian's wardrobe was the focus of much attention in 2014 as she got married, appeared on the cover of U.S. Vogue, attended numerous fashion shows and almost broke the Internet on the cover of Paper magazine. Now she reveals her favorite look of the year: the sheer black Givenchy gown she wore to Givenchy's Paris Fashion Week show. [People]

Stella McCartney, who has been designing an athletic line for Adidas for 15 years, will debut an Adidas StellaSport collection for younger consumers on Jan. 15. [The Cut]

Former Miss America and consumer/political activist Bess Myerson has died at age 90. [Los Angeles Times]

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