Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Eva Longoria wasn’t done wowing us on the red carpet at the 2012 ALMA Awards which she co-hosted with George Lopez in LA this weekend.

The actress looked breathtaking, and at least 6ft tall, wearing an Alberta Ferretti Fall 2012 gown.

She just oozes glamour in this velvet strapless gown with sheer geometrical panels.

I was slightly disappointed to see the Brian Atwood ‘Maniac’ pumps peeping through; as you know I’m a diehard strappy sandals gal.

What I’ve loved most about Eva during the ALMAs is that Ken Paves, or whoever styled her hair on this occasion, didn’t opt for any pageant queen hairstyles.

They tend to kill most of her looks.

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Eva Longoria usually ups her red-carpet game for Cannes Film Festival, but she looked pretty smoking hot presenting the 2012 ALMA Awards last night too.

My favourite look of the night was her Angel Sanchez strapless gown. What a magnificent show-stopping piece. I love the construction of the bodice.

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Eva Longoria was the host of the 2012 ALMA Awards which were held at the Pasadena Civic Auditorium in Pasadena, California, on Sunday evening.

The actress’ first look of the night was a Monique Lhuillier Fall 2012 gown.

Her jet-black gown with a chiffon beaded neckline, cap sleeves and a central slit is stunning, but I don’t understand why she had to do a Blake Lively all the way down the red carpet.

You may remember the time when Blake Lively wore a Lanvin gown, held to one side to ensure her shapely pins were on display as she walked down the red carpet.

Tom Ford sandals, a chic updo, coral lips and diamond stud earrings completed her look.

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Eva Longoria was the beautiful host of the Global Gift Gala, held at the Gran Melia Don Pepe Resort in Marbella, Spain, on Sunday evening.

For the event, which benefited ‘The Eva Longoria Foundation’, the former ‘Desperate Housewives’ star wore a gorgeous purple Alberta Ferretti Fall 2012 gown.

Eva tends to give us lots frou frou for big events, so I was surprised at this more streamlined look.

The strapless corset gown with waist narrow panels was styled with a metal clutch and diamond earrings.

Out goes the pageant hairstyle she tends to favour for a simple ponytail with dark eye makeup and a coral lip colour.

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When I saw this picture of Eva Longoria leaving her Beso Restaurant in Hollywood, California, on Tuesday evening, I quickly assumed that she was wearing a Victoria Beckham dress.

I was wrong. The sexy red pencil dress is actually by ASOS. I’m sure VB will forgive me as the fitted frock is very similar to the ones she designs, plus Eva is known for wearing many VB dresses.

Eva’s stretch jersey sheath dress featuring a slashed neckline, short structured sleeves, pleated detailing at the bust, curved detailing at the sides, and side pockets was styled with Charlotte Olympia ‘Dolly’ pumps.

I’m sure you are as shocked as I am that she’s not wearing Atwoods.

The actress added a black clutch to her cheap and chic dress with beautiful soft curls tumbling down her back and on-trend bright blue nail colour.

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Eva Longoria strutted out from a studio in New York City on Friday afternoon looking pretty gorgeous in green.

The former ‘Desperate Housewives’ actress wore a beautiful summery Vanessa Bruno wrap dress that showed off her fit and toned legs as she smiled and waved to the awaiting photographers while making her exit.

Her flirty halter dress with a cut-out back and a gathered detail around the neckline was styled with nude strappy ‘Encanta’ sandals from her favourite shoe designer: Brian Atwood.

For once I can’t find a single fault with this look.

You can buy Eva’s Vanessa Bruno dress from farfetch.com.

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