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Amal Clooney in Halpern for the Casamigos Halloween Party in LA 27.10.2017

Amal Clooney attended the annual Casamigos Halloween party in LA on Friday night.

Amal wasn’t alone at the Casamigos Halloween Party in Los Angeles. She attended with Cindy Crawford, and Cindy’s husband Randy Gerbe, who co-ordinated their looks with Amal Clooney.

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STYLE FILES

Amal Clooney wore a top and wide-leg trousers by

HALPERN

from  the spring summer collection 2018

Top available here on Farfetch

Pants available here on Farfetch

with LINDA FARROW

Round-frame acetate and rose gold-tone sunglasses

$636.65

were available here

with a JUDITH LEIBER

Fuchsia minaudière

with twisted gold hoops

here a similar style

about the shoes I found these ones by

SAINT LAURENT

Farrah metallic cracked-leather platform sandals

€830

available here on Net-à-Porter

or these ones by GIUSEPPE ZANOTTI Design
‘Betty’ Platform Sandals

Hair Style by ROD ORTEGA

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86 thoughts on “Amal Clooney in Halpern for the Casamigos Halloween Party in LA 27.10.2017

  1. I actually like Amal’s look very much. It totally suits her. Not so sure if Cindy’s outfit really suits her, though. Maybe it’s Cindy’s makeup, but something is off.

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  2. It is so over the top to be talking about Human Rights but to never leave the house without putting on 5000 pounds worth of NEW clothes each time. Even the Royals like Kate Middleton or Princes Mary are seen in off the peg dresses for 500 pounds and wear repeats. Amals clothes obsession becomes flagrant and flashy.

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  3. They didn’t coordinate with Amal it was a 70s themed. Party lol – did anyone else catch when they asked Cindy who’s that with you and she whispered amal clooney then Cindy brought her back for pictures ! Lol at how amal posed like a super model for the cameras- she is def comfortable in front of the cameras ! I like her makeup – anything but charlotte tilsbury junk that ages her so!

    Funny amal nails her Halloween look and once again steals the show haha

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  4. That was truly horrific to watch. Her prancing and posturing and knee bending gyrating when putting on her sunglasses was mortifying. I am embarrassed for her. Her IQ has dropped.

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    1. Hey Perfumered, do you go on every site chastising every woman in the public eye? Would you look at what you’re saying here, or at least, trying to? Not a good look.

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  5. I believe the day is fast approaching when amal will need to decide whether she want’s to revel in the Hollywood celebrity lifestyle she so obviously adores or remain focussed on her work and build her reputation in legal human rights. She cannot be both. She cannot do both. Not because she is a woman, but because these two worlds are at opposite ends. Sashaying into the United Nations with a fresh blowout and head to toe attention grabbing couture -with hairdressers and makeup artists & designers tweeting about it. It’s all started to feel a bit wrong.

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    1. I think you can do both of you do both graciouslybut Amal is quickly now becoming more the celebrity and much less an attorney of substance with her over the top flashy fashion styles. You can even see by the comments on this blog how she is starting to lose respect.

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    2. Hi Casual observer,
      I’ve become less judgemental in the last few years and I have to disagree. It seems that Amal has always wanted to be in the spotlight, she would not have married George, if not.
      This is my take on Amal. Always working toward a degree, an esteemed one as it is, but maybe she dreamed of being a model or someone revered in that vein.
      Is it a crime that she should fulfill that childhood fantasy? I’m giving her a break. As I said on another thread (or maybe this one below), who cares. She may return to law when she’s gotten the fame out of her system. I don’t know but I’ll cut her some slack.
      When and if she represents another deplorable dictator or one of his henchmen, then I’ll have a problem with her actions but for now, she seems like she’s just enjoying her life.
      I may eat my words but I doubt it. Cheers.

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  6. It is so funny! Randy’s costume is the most typical of the three. Amal is more than great and Cindy’s make-up and hair are more than accurate. They truly embody the 70’s.

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  7. Anyone else notice that the photographers and media didn’t recognize who Amal was until AFTER they asked Cindy who she was there with? You can see in the video Cindy cupping her mouth and telling them twice it’s Amal Clooney and then they yelled for Amal to come back!

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    1. Well she was actually trying to upstage a supermodel with her flashy over the top outfit and hairdo. I think she is trying to upstage many supermodels. Don’t you remember her horrific gold vintage poor fitting Versace dress she wore recently and so conveniently timed after the real supermodels did their Versace runway show.

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      1. I don’t know her so I cannot dislike her. I think Amal is an extraordinarily lucky woman on many levels. However, its no secret that she is too often way over-the-top and attention- seeking in her fashion choices and mannerisms, to the point of ridicule and obsession. If your going to have a fashion blog, you should be open to all different perspectives about Amal’s look and fashion sense. That’s what keeps the blog objective and gives it credibility. If your going to monitor it with a positive bias, then the blog loses its integrity. If someone is using foul language etc, I could totally understand why you would not want to include those comments on the blog but as for the rest of the opinions, if they relate to her fashion sense and appearance, they are fair comments. If Amal modifies her attention seeking fashion ways in a more gracious direction, I would be the first to compliment her.

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  8. I LOVE that pant suit – especially with that pink clutch. I think more stars should were fun stuff like that down the red carpet. Randy Gerber reminds me of Ronnie Wood from the Stones.

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  9. Amal is Glam Mama!!!!! She looks stunning. I wish she’d wear wigs more, not just for Halloween. Her hair is Beyond Sexy and Wondeful! There was a time (60s and 70s) when women wore wigs to have fun and add variety to their appearance. Why should wigs only be for costume parties or, sadly, if one has cancer? Wigs are Fun!!! Amal sure knows how to use color. Her hot pink clutch against all that deep green, witchy glitter makes my heart sing. Her bold makeup and large hoops, the wild, fun hair, it’s all such Bohemian Glamour!

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    1. Severe harshl fake eyelashes and caked on foundation and concealer to hide he deep Jolie eyes and deep smile lines? Agreed. The outfit is flashy and gaudy. Don’t know about a square jaw line- she actually has quite a big nose on profile and a very receding chin.

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    1. What’s happening is that Amal is losing respect. I can’t think of any other celebrity other than the Kim kardashion types that are as obsessed with this kind of fashion and camera attention as Amal is. I think she is very insecure, deep down inside, about her appearance.

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  10. Well she definitely did everything she could with hair and outfit to get more noticed than anyone else. Not sure she looks dressed for a Halloween party. She just decided to wear the most attention grabbing outfit she could find. And something weird going on at her her thighs….just realized it’s a tight girdle to hide her post baby changes. Always having undergarment issues. An oiytfit kike that needs to either be worn with. I underwear or perhaps some nude colored hose that has built in slimmer.

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    1. I don’t think anyone would wear a real haute couture out of the runaway for a Halloween party, except someone famous trying to be more famous and trying to show off the brands ( shoes, glasses, makeup, everything..) …and cashing in somehow. The others are just trying to be silly and have fun (that’s what Halloween is for), but she is really working out the press/fashion as usual. In one video, Cindy just left her alone with the photographers, like if she knew that was Amal “work”. :- )
      By the way, that wig, her only fun complement, looks sooo natural and perfect on her !!!

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      1. I’ve always thought that Amal was being compensated for wearing her designer clothes but I wonder why you have a problem with that.
        Here’s a possibility. George told Amal that he’s not buying her clothes, unless it’s for an appearance with him for one of his functions. What he did do was hook her up with Wintour (a close friend of his agent’s, who in return for a cut, sets her up with the designers paying a nice fee.
        From what I saw in the video, the photographers asked Amal to stay, as they’d likely been told to do.
        I’ve always thought this was a contractual ‘relationship’, just like Clooney’s last three, as far as I’ve seen. I still don’t believe she carried the twins but if this is what they both wanted, so be it.
        I don’t see any reason to overly criticize Amal and find some of the comments here unnecessary. She looks great and is in her element. Maybe a world she dreamed of as a girl.
        I was really good friends with a model once. Gorgeous, friendly, sweet and you’ve seen her in shows and on covers, if you’re of a certain age.
        She needed more in her life and went off with a doctor she’d fallen in love with to help refugees and last I know, she was still doing so.
        People do change course, and some, as may be in Amal’s case, want something else.
        None of this means that she won’t eventually return to law.
        If you want to criticize Amal for wearing designer clothes then you should criticize everyone who does, and they’re paying thousands a day to do so with most of them not giving a damn for the needy.
        At least Amal and George are donating money to worthy causes, or so it seems.

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  11. I think Amal looks pretty good. She’s obviously loving it and I have to say that she looks absolutely demure and oh-so feminine compared to Cindy Crawford. Cindy actually looks like a drag queen.

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  12. Hi Sasha, I do share your point about Wintour, the “twins”, her dream to be a celebrity…. She slowly have moved into modeling. The real modeling profession even though it looks fascinating when models are famous, is indeed very hard for most models. All my respect for them. We cannot compare a regular model work with Amal’s. She is not a model, no matter how much she tries, and she does indeed, everywhere she goes, even when she was trying to help Nadia, and that’s why she is being critiqued. Eventually “too much” is being noticeable and possibly laughable. Nothing wrong with any of it. It is her choice. Like her husband changing the Cohen’s script and realizing too late he made an obvious and clear mistake just to fulfill his political moves. Too much can do some damage..
    About donating money to worthy causes. All millionaires and celebrities do it nowadays, it helps with their taxes and it cleans their image… :- ) especially if that “helping” has media coverage, and theirs always have.

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    1. Hi Coco2,
      I agree that her overdoing the fashion walks can be too much but I would say that very few even have a clue. You, I and others here believe she’s being paid to ‘model’ by designers but do you really think the world has any idea? People who’ve been in fashion get it and some who follow celebrities but that’s about it.
      Although waning, George still has a very large audience (I’m not talking about his films *ouch*) and women will buy those designs. Don’t underestimate what they’ll pay her and you’re right, she doesn’t have to do much to earn it, unlike professional models. She likes the attention.
      Also, I don’t think George would have any chance politically, not in our present climate.
      The Trumpers feel like they’ve finally had their voices heard (and actually registered to vote) and I find it unlikely that they’re willing to give it up. Yes, we’re going backwards, for now.
      I wouldn’t overestimate what the true wealthy give to charity. They give what they have to for two reasons, one is because they need the deductions anyway and two is simply for appearances sake amongst their peers and more often the case is that they’re playing game of I’ll give your foundation 1 million and you’ll give mine the same. Who’s really benefiting from those foundations is the question.

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      1. Excellent points Sasha. I do agree. :- )
        He might not have a chance in major politics now but looks like he still wants to. He was 120% behind Ms Clinton and after her loss, he is undirectedly blaming her. He will wait till a better timing to start again… He could buy his way into some position with Amal at his side ;- ) she is already as famous in the politic arena as he is after all. Remember her latest smiling encounters at the UN when she was with Nadia? Time will tell..

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      1. Yes of course! I just wanted to point out that in this specific case A
        Amal looks much better, Cindy looks like a drag queen with this dress and make up.

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      2. @Tanyalynn
        This is the big problem, which occurred right from Amal’s start in the public eye. Many people tried to upgrade Amal by devaluating other people, because some people thought Amal could not stand beside other women, so they had to downgrade these women by calling them tacky and/or stupid. What sort of a PR is this? Amal can stand by herself, but the agency obviously does not trust her qualities. This comparing all the time is pathetic. It was and is even tried to talk trash about George Clooney. Amal would be nowhere without him. That is a fact.
        Your arguments can easily be taken apart. You say that Amal with a frizzy wig, huge sun glasses and fake eye lashes looks better than Cindy? Poor Amal.

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    1. How about creating a blog about Meghan? I do like that lady very much and her mother also. Her mother profession, social services, shows care, dedication and hard work, and she is a yoga teacher :- ) Meghan is natural, spontaneous, an animal lover, elegant, she doesn’t need “extra” makeup/accessories/haute couture to be beautiful and she doesn’t need extra attention. She is a confident lady and definitely there is an undeniable loving chemistry between them. It wouldn’t be otherwise with Harry ;- )

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      1. Coco. What a Great idea. Such a Natural Lady.. ….. And the Love between Harry and Meghan is obvious
        But only Nati is able to so it that perfectly

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      2. I agree I was late to the party around her THE TIG website she had to shut down but wow it looked so amazing – if nat will show me the ropes I will gladly start the Meghan blog nat can u help :)))

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      3. Meghan is more superficial than Amal. At least Amal is a lawyer and has some accomplishments under her belt. Meghan is an actress… which is perfect for her next role in the Royal Family, if you think about it. Meghan comes from a privileged background in showbiz and had help from her father and possibly ex-husband getting where she currently is. True, she’s beautiful, but that’s also due to primping just like Amal. She obviously straightens her hair and spends countless hours in front of the mirror.

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      4. Also, does anyone think for a moment that Harry would have married a woman who looked more African? A woman who was proud of her natural hair? The thing about Meghan is that she really doesn’t look that “ethnic.” She’s just a more tan version of Kate.

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      5. @Lady
        Here we go again. The comparing and devaluating. What has Meghan to do with Amal? Nothing! If posters here on this blog bring up her name, that has nothing to do with her. So stop trashing her. The same applies to the endless comparing of Amal with Angelina Jolie. The mentioning of their names always and only comes from the Amal fans, never the other way round. It must be very annoying, that none of these other woman seem to care about Amal or want to start a competition.

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      6. @ LADY as if…
        Your comments about Meghan are disgraceful. I can’t believe I even read what you wrote.
        You are a racist, plain and simple. If this was my blog, I’d ban your pathetic ass and delete your comments.
        Seriously? Straightening her hair? She’s biracial, numbnuts and even if she were all BLACK, your comment would be just as fucking disgusting.
        Shame on you. Go back to YOUR superficial little life.

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      7. Hi Sasha,
        LOL! A lot of women straighten their hair, including many who are not black. It’s not racist to point out that Meghan straightens her hair. Look at her middle and high school photos – she has naturally curly hair. Amal straightens her hair, as well – a fact that’s been pointed out before. Personally, it’s not a look that I like. I love naturally curly hair – some of my relatives have beautiful curly (even kinky) hair that they don’t straighten (in part because straighteners can be toxic, but mostly because they are proud of their natural look).

        There’s a lot written about the dominant Anglo-Western societal pressure used on black (and brown) women to force them to conform to [racist] Western “beauty” standards. Hair straightening is one of those tools historically used for this purpose. Unfortunately, hair straightening, as I pointed out above, also usually comes with toxic exposure. This, if used by more black (and brown) women, could disproportionately increase health risks in that population.

        Also, if you look at genetics, most African-Americans in the U.S. have some non-African heritage. To say that someone identifies as bi-racial in the U.S. only means that one parent was categorized as “white” while the other was categorized as “black” primarily based on physical attributes (you can read many historical accounts of people with African heritage “passing” as white to escape the classification as black). Of course, that doesn’t mean that those crude racial categories didn’t come with racist/racial cultural issues/expectations.

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      8. @Lady
        She obviously straightens her hair and spends countless hours in front of the mirror.

        Also, does anyone think for a moment that Harry would have married a woman who looked more African? A woman who was proud of her natural hair? The thing about Meghan is that she really doesn’t look that “ethnic.”

        LOL is right. Your ethic dissertation aside, very aside, you aren’t concerned about straightening treatments and I presume you do realize that chemicals aren’t the only way to achieve straight hair.
        You have a problem with Meghan, fine. Don’t bring her ethnicity into it if you don’t want to be called out as racist. And yes, you did. If you want to hide your true feeling then I’d suggest being more careful when posting, in the future.

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      9. @Lady part2, if this, in virtual reality, ends up under my last reply to you…
        I was just thinking about how spent about 2 hours getting ready for a special dinner last Friday night and thought I might share my experience.
        I leisurely showered, moisturized my skin, head to toe. Proceeded to pour a (large) glass of wine and even smoked a cigarette. I know, for shame, and surely much more deadly than *gasp* Keratin or chemical processes.
        I proceeded to apply makeup, even foundation and concealer, shadow, blush, mascara and lipstick, the works (as one does, occasionally, at least).
        And then (you won’t believe this), I blow dried my hair and decided to add CURLS to my very straight, naturally blonde hair using a curling iron.
        I’m pretty sure Norway didn’t give a flying fuck.
        Just as no one, not the entire continent of Africa nor African-Americans give a damn if Meghan straightens her hair. Same goes for Amal and anyone Lebanese. Trust me on this one. 😉

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      10. @Lady, yet again…
        I’m not sure what you wish to educate me about. One would assume that you agree with Elaine Musiwa in some way.
        Unfortunately, Miss Musiwa did not clearly state her opinion regarding Meghan in a transparent way.
        She started out quite reasonably. Meghan is half black and half white. This is true.
        She then went on to recall her implied envy of blacks who possessed generically and genetically white features.
        She never quite commits to any opinion of Meghan, as a person, or any opinion at all.

        Ironically, you’ve done much the same.
        You posted a link that’s supposed to educate me (which I found insipid) instead of addressing your feelings about Meghan. I will say Meghan again and again.
        She is not a biracial subtext. She is a human being who happens to be biracial.
        Your assuming that Prince Harry wouldn’t have been attracted to her if she’d been ‘more black’ is ridiculous.
        Anyone who has a problem with the idea that Meghan Markle isn’t black enough for their liking should educate themselves, get the fuck out more, mingle with other races and stop living in a life of persecution.
        Meghan has not called herself the ‘black princess’. She is a beautiful young woman, period.
        They seem very happy together. I can’t imagine feeling anything but happy for them.

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      11. Sasha,
        This is the last comment that I will grace you with in response to your airheaded, vacuous nonsense. First of all, I did refer to Meghan as “beautiful.” I don’t dislike her – I don’t know here. However, her actions resemble any other PR-whore Hollywood star, in my opinion. That was my main criticism of her. Now, she gets the opportunity to drain British tax dollars on her wardrobe and travel expenses. BTW, I think of all people in showbiz as PR-whores, if that’s any comfort to you.

        My second criticism was of *Harry* and, in general, the British royal family. Like Harry marrying a woman with African descent is going to erase their racist, colonial past? Also, he’s another buffoon, just like the rest of them, draining British tax dollars that could be spent on people who really need economic assistance.

        Third of all, I personally identify as “brown” and mixed race. If you read even a portion of my previous posts here, I occasionally like to point out how disappointed I am that Amal (and others) likes to alter her appearance to conform to Western beauty standards. Just look at her various facial reconstructions (rhinoplasty, etc.).

        Finally, where you see alleged “racism”: I think thou dost project too much. You’re reading something into my comments that isn’t there, and thus you must be thinking those thoughts, yourself.

        Best of luck with your life. I’d recommend not spending so much time in front of the mirror and spending more time with books. You can start by reading about Angela Davis. But, maybe there’s no point – you know what they say about blondes. 🙂

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      12. This is to ‘Lady’s last comment, don’t know where this will show up.

        You have problems. Major problems. Problems with the Monarchy, problems with society as a whole, problems with celebrities – whether actresses or princesses – they’re all famewhores.
        There are so many more important things to focus on but you choose to comment on a fashion-designed blog dedicated to Amal Alamuddin. Who’d have thunk!!!
        Have you ever considered that you are the one who has a problem?
        You consider me and every celebrity as superficial whilst you have never been in the spotlight. I feel sorry for you.
        Keep backpedaling. Anyone with a brain can see what you said, and how you said it.

        Which begs the question, why the hell are you here?

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      1. Agree with you Remm.
        Lady if you need to compare to degrade Meghan, you are forgetting that Amal never had any economic problem. She went to the best schools and two best universities all paid by her parents. later she had the best contacts to have them as customers (ie, Saudi Arabia royal family among others) with the role of attorney advisor. She never had problems to pay rent or groceries. What’s the point of going to the best universities and later not using your skills to do some good work? Her “human rights attorney” thing is more on paper/press than reality, like the fighting isis.
        Meghan, on the other hand, made herself on her own, and when that happens, she deserves respect.. She made a name of herself with her own merits with no help with mum’s money and influence. Meghan’s Mother works as a social service for elderly. Can you imagine the celebrity of Baria helping the poor and elderly ? :- )
        All my respect goes to Meghan and her mother.

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      2. Hi Lady, did you share a flat with Meghan? You seem to know everything of her life and habitudes. And the statement, that Harry would never have fallen in love with a more African looking woman is outrageous.

        Who do you think you are? And do you really think of supporting a dicussion
        by commenting such „silly“ insinuations of people you do not know

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  13. Amal enjoying again La Dolce Vita … the Met Gala is the next glamorous event. Some people live and die on the surface of life, never having touched any substance or meaning in life, unfortunately, resulting in a lack of character development lost in shallowness … I am more and more disappointed with Amal.

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    1. When I first heard about her hosting the met gala, I thought it was “fake news” :- )) but .. Is true! and next year that gala is titled “heavenly bodies: fashion and Catholic Imagination” somehow I have a feeling that they will mock Catholicism with an extravagant fashion show… I hope I am wrong. :- ( but the rich and famous don’t really care, do they?
      Well, being Wintour’s protégée as she could well be, pays more and is more exciting than being a Human Rights attorney, although Amal typically used to defend already famous people, and not ordinary individuals.

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  14. What does one do when they host the met gala anyways and can she chalk this up to perhaps its for charity ? What the hell is a human rights lawyer fighting isis have anything to do with met gala – total amal fan because of her education her intelligence and loved her for george because she was not the typical Hollywood socialite . Please anyone explain how and why amal is hosting the biggest fashion event

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    1. Well well … that “fighting isis” pardon me, but when she did just show in haute couture from head to toe with her group of photographers and a couple of speeches?
      Thousands of men and women are truly fighters, in the ground and air, from US and coalition countries are indeed “fighting”, dying or getting injured , taking a huge risk during the last years.
      Amal, in the other hand, she is perfect for the met gala…that’s her cue. Maybe it was her dream come true but she does an excellent job posing in front of any camera with any expensive outfit. No question about this but … an “isis fighter” ?? Only in paper ..

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      1. Coco2 – I do not think that her posing is perfect. There are lots of girls and women who do it better.
        Regarding admiring AMAL I have to admit.
        I am disappointed with myself, because I have admired her of her intelligence and her cases, being always so fancy and beautiful etc. etc: ….. I am disappointed, because I have fallen for superficiality.

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  15. Dear Nati,
    you haven`t answered the question, whether you will start a Meghan Markle Word-Press-Blog.
    A lot of People would be delighted.
    What do we have to do to convice you?

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  16. Agh! Please, not the Met Gala and no blasphemy… Amal has become representative of all that is vulgar and insipid feminism. Where have all the real role models gone for young girls and career women?! Amal has become as vain and irrelevant as the husband she married and the clothes she doth wear. Agh!

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  17. @Coco2, phvdh – How about a blog about women who are REALLY accomplished and successful SELF-MADE women, NOT women who marry rich men and use their money and fame to promote themselves, being only socialites and rich men arm candy? These self-made women are TRUE ROLE MODELS for younger women.
    This could be a good start: https://www.forbes.com/sites/luisakroll/2017/05/17/from-meg-whitman-to-taylor-swift-meet-the-60-richest-most-successful-self-made-women-in-america/#1911dbe11396

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    1. Hi Gemini
      You “stole” my feelings and words, well, no, you have expressed it much better than me. ;- ) Thank you for pointing out what matter most and what we need to show to future female generations to succeed, and is not the superficial fashion and celebrity industry,

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    1. Anna Wintour surely decides who hosts every year. And it always seems to be a mix of celebrities, socialites/philanthropists and designers. If one is asked to host the MET gala, it means you have made it into the elite world of fashion.

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      1. Yes of course, AC has made it into the elite world of fashion. No question.
        This outfit shows it again.
        To choose Michael Halpern for this event is a goal. She looks great and her hairstyle shows a lot of humour.
        The lady is so cool.
        Anna Wintour did a good job to select Amal.

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  18. I honestly can’t believe some of the comments here. Surely there is enough venom-worthy people in the world to go around where you don’t have to pile on one who hasn’t exhibited your so-called worthiness of such behavior.
    It’s entirely uncalled for. Just stop and ask yourselves (you know who you are) if this woman really deserves your ire. Life is finite. Spend it wisely.

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      1. There must be a Jackson impersonator or else Jackson has lost the plot. You know, the Jackson who would cut a bitch for the slightest criticism. I guess anyone can use any name on here.

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    1. Venon? Ire? Ugh ? You are the only one, for instance, using the f word frequently. Seems like we need to agree with you and have Ms Clooney as our unconditional hero, otherwise you are getting all wrapped up with your favorite f word.
      I thought this was a polite and transparent blog with freedom of opinions for open minded individuals .. Guess I had it all wrong. Looks like a dictatorship instead. No wonder so many people have left this blog since the start.
      Merry Christmas Sasha, Amal & Co.

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      1. Coco2: Sahsa is a bully who is critical of everyone who does not agree with her. Let her parents deal with her. They raised her to behave like this.

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