The burgundy number, which included a flowy skirt and an oversize belt cinching the waist, was from the designer’s spring 2024 ready-to-wear collection. The actress paired her minimalist look with a strappy bra underneath and pointed-toe nude heels.
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Regarding her style, Longoria usually works with Maeve Reilly, whose other clients include Adriana Lima and Megan Fox.
Longoria was one of the many Latine stars that attended the event, toasting to the other leaders from the community that are driving positive change in the television industry, film industry and beyond.
Throughout her career, Longoria has used her platform to advocate for Latine representation in the media. In March, the star put on her director hat to debut the film “Flamin’ Hot,” which tells the story of a Mexican immigrant’s rise to success.
“I felt everybody should know this story,” Longoria told WWD in an interview in February. “Here’s a Mexican American man who becomes a legend in corporate America, and so many people haven’t heard of him. I fought to direct this film.”
The 2023 Time Latino Leaders Dinner honored the Latine leaders across multiple industries making a change in the world. Inaugurated in September, the dinner also recognized the publication’s list spotlighting Eva Longoria, Jharrel Jerome and Cesar Conde among other Latine stars. This year’s dinner included a performance by Frank Ray.
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