Eva Longoria, 46, shows off a fantastic figure in an athleisure ensemble while shopping in Beverly Hills
Eva Longoria appeared to be in a hurry to finish some errands shortly after catching a flight from Las Vegas back to Los Angeles.
The former star of the original incarnation of Desperate Housewives kept it casual in the fashion department dressed in an all-black athleisure ensemble while out and about in Beverly Hills.
The figure-hugging outfit, which helped show off her toned figure, included leggings and a matching long-sleeved top from Nike that zipped halfway down her midriff.
Sporty: Eva Longoria, 46, stepped out in an all-black athleisure ensemble while running errands after returning from a short trip to Las Vegas
Longoria, 46, appeared to be in full business mode talking on the phone as she walked the streets.
She rounded off her sporty ensemble by wearing a pair of black loafers and oversized sunglasses.
The actress also carried a stylish bag over her shoulder and had her long brown locks pulled into a ponytail.
And in keeping with the mindset of safety first, Longoria wore a black protective mask over her mouth and nose, amid the still dangerous COVID-19 pandemic.
Rock-solid: The Desperate Housewives alum’s casual ensemble, which consisted of leggings and a sleek matching Nike top, helped show off her toned figure
Taking care of business: The Texas native appeared to be in an all-business mode while out and about in Beverly Hills shortly after returning from a quick trip to Las Vegas on Wednesday
The previous day, Longoria took a private plane to Las Vegas to promote her new luxury sipping tequila — Casa Del Sol — which she launched last September.
“I woke up and decided it seemed like a good day to take over Vegas… meetings about meetings about meetings with my @casadelsoltequila team!” she wrote alongside an edited video of her busy day starting with the flight.
There are also clips of her at meetings, seemingly making the rounds in bars and restaurants, then hopping back on the plane to head back to Los Angeles.
Promo mode: Longoria took the short flight from Los Angeles to Las Vegas on Wednesday for meetings for her new luxury sipping tequila, Casa Del Sol
Building momentum: During her time in Las Vegas, the entrepreneur had many meetings with her Casa Del Sol team
Promo push: The actress took the time to enjoy a Casa Del Sol promo on the side of a hotel
During the day, she also took to Instagram to promote her documentary La Guerra Civil, the highly anticipated boxing match between Oscar De La Hoya and Julio Cesar Chávez in 1996, which will have its world premiere at the 2022 Sundance Film Festival.
While the fight is central to the documentary, the storyline also showcases the fighters’ Mexican culture and identity, and how they were perceived by fans and journalists
“This week I reached into my jacket pocket and found a ticket from Sundance 2020 as I went for my first movie. Now, two years later, I am so proud to be back as director of our movie “La Guerra Civil”!!’ captioned a clip from the film, she added, “Grateful for the opportunity to direct a film that explores identity issues within the Latinx community.
Promo Mode: Longoria also took the time to promote her new documentary, La Guerra Civil, about the 1996 boxing match between Oscar De La Hoya and Julio Cesar Chavez, which she directed.
25 years on: De La Hoya assaulted Chavez in the match that was stopped in the 4th round, giving the former US Olympic champion a TKO win over the Mexican legend
Sundance Premiere: The director also shared photos with each of the championship boxers; she snuggled next to De La Hoya in this photo
Sundance Premiere: Longoria also posed with Chavez for a photo on Instagram
Longoria also shared photos of herself posing alongside both former world champion boxers, who have since been inducted into the International Boxing Hall Of Fame and the Nevada Boxing Hall Of Fame.
‘Today is the day!! I still can’t believe my movie, La Guerra Civil, a movie directed by a Chicana about Mexican boxers, is premiering on @sundanceorg, let alone opening night,” she proudly shared in the caption, “I hope you all love it as much as I do!!’
The fight, billed as Ultimate Glory, was held on June 7, 1996 for the WBC and Lineal Super Lightweight (140 lbs) Championship. It ended up taking less than four rounds.
Just one minute into the first round, De La Hoya made contact with a straight right hand that opened a huge cut around Chavez’s eye. He would break Chavez’s nose later in the round, and the fight was halted and De La Hoya took home a TKO win at 2:37 of the fourth round.
Storyline: The documentary shows not only the fight of De La Hoya-Chavez, but also the Mexican culture and identity of the fighters, and how they were perceived by fans and journalists
World Premiere: Longoria Revealed She Was ‘So Excited’ To Kick Off La Guerra Civil At Sundance Film Festival
Sundance Premiere: The director also shared how fans could get tickets to the doc movie