Adriana Karembeu trades in her Black Swan staircase look for a flirty sequin-embellished suit at Eva Longoria Gala!

On the second day of the Cannes Film Festival, Adriana Karembeu once again lit up the Croisette, on May 19. The 50-year-old supermodel has landed up the steps of the film ladder.”Armageddon Time“In a very black swan costume. For the occasion, she wore gorgeous Maupussin jewelry, and a Yanina Couture dress, which she also wore the day before in fuchsia to the movie premiere The best. Its designer, Romuald Premiere, has been flawless since the festival’s inception.

Adriana Karembeu hypnotizes

On the makeup front, Aram Ohanian’s wife opted for an enchanting line of turquoise blue eyeliner. She kept the same makeup on while curling her hair in Brigitte Bardot’s style for the ensuing evening at the JW Marriott…Adriana Karembeu was actually Eva Longoria’s guest at the Global Gift Gala, Thursday night.

The Charity Evening of Ukraine, is dedicated to this edition. International stars such as Anne Hathaway attended, as well as on the French side, ex-Miss Alicia, Flora Cockrell, Sylvie Teller, or even Kenji Girac, of whom Eva Longoria is a big fan!

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For her part, Adriana Karembeu, who earlier replaced her black feathers on the red carpet with sequins for a low-waisted suit, appeared with young singer Rebecca, who took to the stage last night.

A beautiful evening for a more beautiful cause, in addition to the offer made by the organizers, an auction was held on Thursday evening, according to tradition. About the event, which she has already held around the world, the godmother, Eva Longoria, explained in 2018: “I come from a very charitable family. I have a sister with special needs and my mother has been a special education teacher for 30 years. So we have always lived with The idea of ​​giving back because we have always needed these community resources.”

“It was important to keep giving, with or without fame.”

And to add:I remember “volunteer” was a big word in our family, and I thought it was a real job—like, “When I grow up, I want to volunteer!” My mother taught me this very early in life. I remember wondering who all these people are helping us with, and they were just community charitable organizations. For me, it was important to keep giving, with or without fame.”.


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