Amal Clooney brought her casual chic style to the airport. The human rights lawyer was seen at Los Angeles International Airport on May 11 preparing to catch a flight to Belfast, Ireland, for her next case, according to Harpers Bazaar. After a week of fun-filled celebrations of her actor husband George Clooney’s 54th birthday, Amal is returning to her high-profile cases.
The Lebanese-British lawyer was not accompanied by her husband on her business trip, but she is reportedly expected to reunite with him in Belfast. She was dressed in flared jeans and sleeveless white lace top for her journey. The top is from Zara’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection and features a floral design and a cut-out hem. At the airport, she showed off her casual chic style. She accessorized with silver shoes and finished her look with a plaid newsboy cap.
The 37-year-old had her hands full with a black leather shoulder bag from Miu Miu. She pushed her Bric’s luggage bag from Bellagio collection in black and brown. In the other hand, Amal carried her handbag and a pink coat. The peacoat in pink is from one of her favorite designer, Giambattista Valli. The lawyer matched her ensemble with Ilflor silver brogues with black trims and shoelace.
She kept her glossy long locks in curls, and her makeup consisted of only pink lipstick. She hit the red carpet of Disney’s “Tomorrowland” world premiere with George Clooney at Downtown Disney near the Disneyland theme park in California on May 9. Accompanied by her niece Mia, Amal turned heads in her coral and black ensemble, flaunting her perfectly toned legs in the Antonio Berardi dress from the designer’s Fall Winter 2015 collection. Clooney’s lawyer wife is admired the world over for her sense of style.
Amal recently completed her stint as guest faculty of human rights at Columbia Law School for its spring term in New York, while George was busy shooting for his new film “Money Monster,” directed by Jodie Foster and starring Julia Roberts. In Belfast, she will represent a group of 14 men who claim they were tortured by the British army during the Troubles in 1971. According to The Guardian, Amal is a member of the legal team representing former republican suspects who were allegedly subjected to inhumane treatment during internment in Northern Ireland. She will accuse former Prime Minister Edward Heath of authorizing the use of torture and forcing prisoners to listen to constant loud static noise and depriving them of sleep, food and water.
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