Eva Longoria Global Gift Gala

Eva Longoria turns heads in gold Marchesa gown at Global Gift Gala

The Desperate Housewives star picked a piece from Marchesa's Pre-Fall 2017 collection

by Sharnaz Shahid /


She has never put a foot in the wrong place when it comes to her sartorial attire, so it's hardly surprising that Eva Longoria managed to steal the show at The Global Gift Gala in Paris, on Tuesday evening. Posing for lots of pictures on the red carpet, the Desperate Housewives star looked absolutely flawless in a heavily embellished gold Marchesa gown.

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Eva Longoria at The Global Gift Gala in Paris on Tuesday

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The dazzling number, which flattered her toned hourglass curves, boasted several crystal embellishments and a matching fringed skirt as well as a sheer, lace bodice along the neckline. She styled her look further with diamond encrusted earrings and a delicate bracelet. With her brunette hair swept up into a high bun, Eva drew attention to her stunning complexion with lashings of black mascara, smoky eyewear and a slick of glossy nude lipstick.

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The star wore a heavily embellished gold Marchesa gown

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Inside the event, the Hollywood actress mingled with the likes of Pamela Anderson, Maria Bravo, Orianne Collins and Valerie Messika. Eva is an acting ambassador of the Global Gift Foundation, a charity which raises funds for charities and organisations that share its vision and aims. One of the several projects includes The Eva Longoria Foundation, which was founded in 2012. The organisation helps Latinas build a better future through education and entrepreneurship. "The growing Latina population is an untapped resource in this country," she previously said. "If we give Latinas the tools to unlock their potential, we will see amazing results."

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