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Eva Longoria Borrows From Victoria Beckham's Closet and 'Was Born in Platform Heels'

As proven by any "Celebs! They're Kind of Like Us" section of a gossip magazine, there are certain things that everyone has in common with the rich and famous: We all go out to eat. We fill our cars with gas. On occasion, we all make an impromptu coffee run. We all, however, do NOT borrow dresses from our best friend Victoria Beckham's closet for a visit to the White House—a regular occurrence for our cover girl Eva Longoria.

"Victoria is so funny!" she told us about her pal and go-to designer. "And I have such appreciation for her style. [I love] her sheath dresses They're just so easy."

Easy dresses are exactly what the star needs lately, as she's got no spare time to stress over style. When she's not shooting movies, the actress has been working on her thesis in Chicano studies and campaigning hard for Obama. Despite all this running around, the petite star is rarely without a pair of extra-high shoes. "I was born in platform heels," she explained to us. "I actually always fall down when I’m wearing flip-flops."

To hear more about Eva's passion for politics, must-have fashion items and upcoming movies, click here to read the full feature from Lucky's September issue.

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