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Eva Longoria dazzles in white at charity event

Published 22/08/2016

Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria

Eva Longoria, Prince Royce and George Lopez all kept to the white dress code at the Padres El Sueno de Esperanza charity gala.

Eva Longoria wowed in white at a charity fundraiser.

The former Desperate Housewives star, who has recently turned her hand to fashion designing, was one of many stars who kept to the dress code at the Padres El Sueno de Esperanza charity gala on Saturday night (20Aug16), held in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Singer Prince Royce, actor and comedian George Lopez and musician Cindy Blackman also rocked white outfits.

Eva’s stunning ensemble of a high neck top teamed with an edgy white pencil skirt was completed with studded snakeskin pom pom sandals by Alaia, but fans wanting to get their hands on the footwear will have to wait a while, as the style is currently sold out. A slick of red lipstick and straight hair finished things off.

As well as stunning in her striking outfit, Eva also impressed as the evening’s host. One of her duties was to honour musician Carlos Santana for his work with Padres Contra El Cancer, a charity that improves the quality of life for children with cancer and their families.

This isn’t the first time Eva has stunned in white in recent weeks; the 41-year-old chose one of her own designs when she spoke at the Democratic National Convention in July (16). The waffle-knit dress is part of her collection with U.S. retailer The Limited, and fans quickly clamoured to snap the dress up.

“Everybody keeps asking what I was wearing last night! Here are the deets! Dress is from the Eva Longoria Collection for The Limited Link in bio!#EvaForTheLimited,” she shared on Instagram after the event.

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