Eva Longoria Brings the Party in a Lime-Green Gown Covered in Hundreds of Crystals

Eva Longoria made the whole place shimmer upon her grand arrival at the 14th Governors Awards.

The actor, director, and producer showed out at the gala in a lime-green crystal-encrusted gown by Sophie Couture. The floor-length piece was completely covered in hundreds of shimmering clear Swarovski crystals and further adorned with a large white crystal design at the halter neckline, which doubled as a glamorous necklace.

Longoria added more shine to the ensemble with large diamond stud earrings, a two-stone crystal ring, and several other silver rings. She wore bronzy makeup, including a glittering brown smoky eye and a glossy brown lip; and brought the fire with a high, slicked-back hairdo parted into two long braids that fell over the dress’s partly open back.

eva longoria at the 14th governors awards held at the ray dolby ballroom at ovation hollywood on january 9, 2024 in los angeles, california photo by michael bucknervariety via getty images

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The year has just begun, but Longoria has already graced us with plenty of incredible outfits. Last week, for example, she stepped out in a high-slit little black dress, which she wore with a sexy wet-hairdo-inspired wig. The star debuted the look at the La Cena Los Angeles at NeueHouse Hollywood.

And one night prior, the Desperate Housewives alum made a dreamy appearance at the Palm Springs International Film Festival in a sheer lace hourglass dress embellished with stringy white fabric all over. She wore the sleeveless, mock neck frock from Ashi Studio’s Fall/Winter 2023 couture collection over a nude bodysuit, and paired it with silky white platform heels and large rectangular diamond stud earrings.

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Rosa Sanchez is the senior news editor at Harper’s Bazaar, working on news as it relates to entertainment, fashion, and culture. Previously, she was a news editor at ABC News and, prior to that, a managing editor of celebrity news at American Media. She has also written features for Rolling Stone, Teen Vogue, Forbes, and The Hollywood Reporter, among other outlets.