Amal Clooney
Amal Clooney arrives at a news conference in central London, Jan. 25, 2016. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth

Amal Clooney looked stunning in an orange minidress as she was spotted out and about in the Soho neighborhood of New York City Thursday. The human rights lawyer reportedly had an appointment with Joseph Altuzzara. She was pictured in the city alone, without her Hollywood actor husband George Clooney.

The British-Lebanese lawyer looked chic in an orange ribbed cashmere tunic dress. Her dress is from Akris’ Fall/Winter 2016 collection. The 38-year-old rocked the leggy look that is very much on-trend. Her sleeveless dress featured ribbed detailing and a roll neck.

She also showed off her toned arms and her tall and slim frame in the ensemble. Amal paired her stylish dress with a pair of black and white knee-high boots. The Altuzarra “Callie” floral knee-high boots added more height to her tall frame and it is from the label’s Fall/Winter 2016 collection.

Amal pulled together the look with a white leather tote bag by Maison Margiela. The cracked print leather tote featured a silver chain with a key detailing. She carried cat eye sunglasses by Heidi London that she has worn several times before.

The young barrister accessorized with a pair of long black spiked-style drop earrings. Her long tresses were left loose over her shoulders in a side part and styled into beachy waves. She had on a fresh faced make-up with a hint of black eyeliner and a slick of pink lipstick.

An eyewitness told ET that the style icon was seen at Altuzarra Studio with designer Joseph Altuzarra. As she walked out, Altuzarra carried a large white shopping bag. He then handed it to Amal and kissed her goodbye as she got into her car.

Meanwhile, her 54-year-old husband George gave a statement to ET with regard to fabricated quotes about their relationship that were published in Hello. The actor said that the quotes attributed to him like they “stay in touch via social media” were completely false. The magazine published an apology for the story.