Busy Philipps sizzles in a snakeskin-print jumpsuit after Christian Siriano’s fashion show in NYC


Busy Philipps sizzles in a snakeskin-print jumpsuit and a gold blazer after Christian Siriano’s fashion show in NYC


Busy Philipps beamed as she showed off her chic style in a snakeskin-print jumpsuit under a shiny gold blazer, which she wore over her shoulders. 

After exiting Christian Siriano’s fashion show in New York City on Monday, the 42-year-old actress appeared in high spirits as she flaunted her toned physique.

For her fun night out, the Girls5eva star wore her long blonde hair styled in bouncy waves and held onto a chic, blue phone wallet. 

Beautiful: Busy Philipps beamed as she showed off her chic style in a snakeskin-print jumpsuit under a shiny gold blazer, which she wore over her shoulders

Philipps’ sported a glamorous makeup look, which included a nude lipstick, a dramatic eyeshadow, fake lashes and burgundy red nails.   

Despite her cheery demeanor, the mother-of-two revealed her Brooklyn home was flooded when Hurricane Ida ripped through New York last week.

‘If *FOR ONE SECOND* you *EVER* thought I was the type of person who would just GIVE UP when the flood started rising and the people who are supposed to come help are distracted by a myriad of other calamities SO THEY CAN’T SHOW UP, then I’m here to tell you- you’re VERY wrong,’ she captioned a photo of herself attempting to protect her home from the extreme weather. 

Turning heads: After exiting Christian Siriano's fashion show in New York City, the 42-year-old actress appeared in high spirits as she flaunted her toned physique

Turning heads: After exiting Christian Siriano’s fashion show in New York City, the 42-year-old actress appeared in high spirits as she flaunted her toned physique

Night out: For the event, the Girls5eva star wore her long blonde hair styled in bouncy waves and held onto a chic, blue phone wallet

Night out: For the event, the Girls5eva star wore her long blonde hair styled in bouncy waves and held onto a chic, blue phone wallet

Proud designer: Siriano (pictured) after presenting his Spring 2022 collection during New York Fashion Week

Proud designer: Siriano (pictured) after presenting his Spring 2022 collection during New York Fashion Week

‘Because MUCH LIKE the cockroach that fell out of a disintegrated box of Christmas ornaments, I will always find a way out. ✨ AND YES. This is both metaphorical and also VERY LITERAL. ✨’

Philipps took to her Instagram stories with updates as water levels rose in her home due to the massive storm which first made landfall in Louisiana just days before and completely devastated the surrounding regions in New Orleans.

She looked clearly upset that ‘New York is flooding’ as she swept water out of her home.

Woah: Busy Philipps turned ordinary household items into sandbags as she attempted to stop her Brooklyn home from flooding when Hurricane Ida ripped through New York last week

Woah: Busy Philipps turned ordinary household items into sandbags as she attempted to stop her Brooklyn home from flooding when Hurricane Ida ripped through New York last week

Not great: Philipps took to her Instagram Story to post updates as water levels rose in her home due to the massive storm which first made landfall in Louisiana and completely devastated the surrounding regions in New Orleans

Not great: Philipps took to her Instagram Story to post updates as water levels rose in her home due to the massive storm which first made landfall in Louisiana and completely devastated the surrounding regions in New Orleans

The fifth strongest hurricane to ever hit the United States mainland pummeled Louisiana with hundreds of thousands of residents without water and power, and 5,000 National Guard members deployed to help with search and rescue efforts.

President Joe Biden released extra funds for recovery efforts after declaring a major disaster in the state as food and gas supplies dwindle while the bayou regions attempt to recover from the catastrophic event.

At least 28 people were killed in the Northeast after the tail-end of Ida crept up on the tri-state area on Wednesday night bringing a month’s worth of rain in less than a day, flooding homes while people slept and tearing up parts of New Jersey with tornadoes. 

'If *FOR ONE SECOND* you *EVER* thought I was the type of person who would just GIVE UP when the flood started rising and the people who are supposed to come help are distracted by a myriad of other calamities SO THEY CAN’T SHOW UP, then I’m here to tell you- you’re VERY wrong,' she wrote

‘If *FOR ONE SECOND* you *EVER* thought I was the type of person who would just GIVE UP when the flood started rising and the people who are supposed to come help are distracted by a myriad of other calamities SO THEY CAN’T SHOW UP, then I’m here to tell you- you’re VERY wrong,’ she wrote

Terrible: The fifth strongest hurricane to ever hit the United States mainland pummeled Louisiana with hundreds of thousands of residents without water and power, and 5,000 National Guard members deployed to help with search and rescue efforts

Terrible: The fifth strongest hurricane to ever hit the United States mainland pummeled Louisiana with hundreds of thousands of residents without water and power, and 5,000 National Guard members deployed to help with search and rescue efforts

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