Ask and Tell: Taraji P Henson Wearing Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2017 RTW

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Taraji P. Henson Wearing Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2017 RTW

The Item: Taraji P Henson Wearing Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2017 RTW. The actress was spotted in the black gown while attending the 16th Annual Heroes in The Struggle gala held in Los Angeles, California.

You Asked: Now this is a look! Cookie stay killing these girls. 1966 I’m going to need some deets on my girl’s fit! Who is she wearing that is one bad dress! Do you agree with me?





Ask and Tell: Taraji P Henson Wearing Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2017 RTW

Taraji P. Henson Wearing Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2017 RTW

The Verdict: Taraji P. Henson did not come to play with any of us! So yes girl, we totally agree with you! Moreover, since you want details on her stylish look, let’s gab away on her fashion!

For the 16th Annual Heroes in The Struggle gala Henson donned a black gown designed by Emanuel Ungaro. The dress is from the label’s Spring 2017 RTW (ready to wear) collection. It features a plunging neckline as well as high side split.

Taraji P. Henson Wearing Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2017 RTW

Before we wrap this post up we HAVE to talk about Taraji’s shoes! She wears the Gucci Crystal Embellished Detachable Bow Leather Sandals. Definitely a shoe for a girl who loves to grab attention for head right down to her toes. The Gucci sandals retail for $1,790.

Taraji P. Henson Wearing Emanuel Ungaro Spring 2017 RTW

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