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Amal Clooney spotted in ivory and black in New York with new projects 06.03.2015

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Amal Clooney was spotted leaving the Carlyle Hotel yesterday evening. She looked perfect with fresh colored hair and flawless skin. She wore a blouclé short ivory coat by Gianbattista Valli, with wedge suede black ankle boots, leather trousers and a leo printed bag Gianbattista Valli too.

Other important information :

Amal Clooney will join Columbia Law School as a visiting faculty member this spring. She will deliver lectures on human rights law during the current spring semester. She said in a statement that it was “an honor” to teach at the Ivy League institution. “I look forward to getting to know the next generation of human rights advocates studying here,” she said.

Back to her look 🙂

Gianbattista Valli confirmed that the coat, top and bag are from the Pre Fall 2015 collection.

A part of the Pre Fall giambattista Valli collection was available on Moda Operandi

Here a picture with the same bag


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Her hat is by Dolce & Gabbana and was available on Farfetch.

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For the suede ankle boots (not confirmed)

DKNY Aura wedge suede ankle boots

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25 thoughts on “Amal Clooney spotted in ivory and black in New York with new projects 06.03.2015

    1. right??? or such a lovely smile :(( wish so hard she stopped wearing animal skin…i guess i will catapult… the day i see her wearing fur… on that day i will stop being her biggest fan 😦


      1. It’s funny – I just noticed a very similar coat for sale at Zara, so it must be “in style” now. Personally, I’d wear a similar coat. It looks warm and cut so that one can wear a bunch of layers underneath without the coat looking too tight.

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  1. its nice to see her relaxed, happy, and comfortable in her own skin. i guess she’s happy to see her family. it’s also good that she’s pairing the very tight leather pants with a long top, now if the KK-trashian can learn that. also by looking at her brother, i guess the tired-looking eyes run in the family. But away from all these superficial notes, I wish her the best with all the work she does. she makes us women very proud 🙂 Go Prof. Clooney!!!

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    1. i just wish she did not chose to wear animal skin ;-( a big turn off for me…. such a lovely smile and kind eyes…if only she was aware of the power that she has to not evoke or promote animal skin wear or animal abuse ;(

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      1. i’m not an animal person. i would never wear any animal skin because i’m scared to even touch any animal, let alone wear their skin. However, at the same time i feel bad for the abused animals, so yeah i wish Amal doesn’t wear animal skin.


  2. Hey dear Nati..i hope this is a constructive suggestion: i saw some really gorgeous pics of Amal on this outfit that are missing on your blog, really better resolution and she is smiling so freely, really great pics! I wonder why you chose to not post them, since you seem to have access to so many and to most..but these pictures you posted are way too low in resolution (wonder if you stretched them too much or reduced the res to make it smaller?) ..and it would be more fair to her if you posted the better one first… on top. I think there is one in US mag that is just great and in better res. In any way, you have showed unique ones… i just wish the were more flattering as the others and in better res:) But thank you for your incredible work on this Blog:) ❤

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    1. awesome Nati! I saw the changes you made, much better 😉 Thank you!!

      I absolutely LOVE the 5th picture of her ( under the accessories pics you posted), showing her big smile, relaxed, fun and natural:) Just that one alone made “the case” for me:)

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  3. I LOVE this look and she looks gorgeous, rested and in good spirit! Love her big smile when she let it go…Good for her!

    BUT…I just really really REALLY wished she did not wear animal skin …:( …come on Amal… you can help so much animals protection cause if you abstained from wearing animal skins…. they need your good example too, not just humans ❤ They need an ANIMAL RIGHTS lawyer 😉

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  4. She wears white and suede in the middle of a North American winter. Now that is chutzpah! No down parkas and Sorel boots for her. LOL! Her handbag collection must be huge.


    1. Thanks for improving my vocabulary Daisy…i had never read this word before hahaha, had to check it out… i like it:) and i like Amal’s chutzpah-ish attitude 🙂 I have a feeling she is like one of my exs, who had a super high tolerance to cold. While i was freezing under loads of coats, he was on t-shirt…it was either break up or freeze to death for me hahaha so i broke up with the cold thing:)


      1. Her cold tolerance may be a sign of hyperthyroidism. Her eyes may also be symptomatic. I’ve known women with Graves (without goiters), and they are all very thin, like her.


      2. Lady, I just googled Graves disease and hit the image tab……..I feel bad for the people suffering from it. thank you for sharing this information. I’m really shocked by the number of diseases and syndrome that are present in this world, and I’m very thankful for that none of my family members have any abnormality. Whether Amal have this disease is unknown, but I hope all the people that suffer from it are able to get the treatment needed.


      3. Well, Clara, Grave’s is treatable to some extent. One common treatment involves thyroid ablation and then levothyroxine supplementation if the ablation goes too far (which happens frequently, since ablation is difficult to control). That takes care of most of the metabolic effects. There’s nothing that can be done for the autoimmune response, though. Thyroid problems definitely can affect fertility and fetal development, so for affected (hypothyroid or hyperthyroid) women trying to conceive, it is highly recommended that they seek medical help and correct their condition before trying.

        I’ve wondered whether Amal is hyperthyroid for a while, now. It was wrong for me to speculate publicly, though, as that’s really her personal business. And, if she did have any kind of medical condition, that’s something that I’m sure she can afford the very best care for.

        Regardless, she’s a beauty with more-or-less good fashion taste.


  5. Lady, when was the last time you saw Grave’s with that much muscle definition? This is Anorexia Athletica – a variant of Anorexia Nervosa. People suffering from Anorexia Athletica engage in both excessive workouts and exercising as well as caloric restriction. This puts them at risk for malnutrition and can also result in endocrine and metabolic derangements, including infertility. It is not sustainable. The impact will show itself in the coming months with increased reliance on cosmetic procedures to “fatify” her face. Sadly this once beautiful creature has already aged in facial features since being promoted to celebritydom 2 years ago.


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