Amal Clooney visits Guilford College in Greensboro 13.11.2016

cxmlerfwiaani-cOn November 13th Amal Clooney responds to questions from Guilford College students before her Bryan Series speech in Greensboro Coliseum Complex.

The room was full.

Amal Clooney’s new book :

Some quotes via Twitter :

Style Files

Amal Clooney chose to wear a GIORGIO ARMANI crimson red suit paired with a red high neck sweater.

I could find online only a black version with a similar button

available here at Bergdorf & Goodman

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Cannes pumps

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Available here


Picture source and Twitter

19 thoughts on “Amal Clooney visits Guilford College in Greensboro 13.11.2016

  1. Oh, my, she looks adorably cute! At ease, comfortable, poised. This pantsuit is a stunner! So classy, professional, on point. 🙂
    Scholarly and making a great difference in the world. Looking forward to her book release; no doubt it will be thought-provoking, inspiring, and educational. Yay, Amal! 🙂


  2. Beautiful photography captured of Amal. Very interesting…is there some type of “tour schedule” or “series schedule?” Or was this a special invite to Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina. I hope she does a book/city tour as a follow up to her book release. I bet she gives an interesting talk.
    Let’s vote for George and “First Lady” Amal 2020. 🙂


  3. If you google — Amal Clooney Guilford College—-it will display the Bryan Series. There is a nice profile write up about Amal and and what her talk is about. Also, if you scroll to the bottom of that page, you will see a tab that reads, Video Archive. At this time, there is no video, but stay tuned, perhaps they will add one. I was captivated by all the interesting guests over the 20 years, some with interesting videos. What an interesting program and tradition to offer at a college! 🙂
    Amal is among a very elite group invited to be a part of something really great. 🙂

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    • George has a worthy cause in funding education for refugee Syrian kids in Lebanon.
      He began talking about a foundation in the early days of his marriage and two years have gone by. I am wondering why this process is taking so long. A director for the foundation was just recently appointed. There certainly was the advantage of having contacts in the Obama administration and that will no longer be the case. Why doesn’t George fund mobile classrooms asap? They could be transported back to Syria when these kids and their families are repatriated. These children are the future of Syria; they will be the law makers, physicians and teachers who rebuild and they need education in order to do so. Amal being a citizen of Lebanon, who speaks Arabic and who understands the culture, could take a leading role in facilitating this project and I am wondering why there is no news about her involvement. If she did take an active role, it would be a perfect segway for her to try for a governement position in the countries of which she is a citizen-:Lebanon and Great Britain.


      • Amelie- I think you need to ask Amal these questions as she is the only one who could answer them. Or ask George the questions you have.

        A segway is a two-wheeled personal vehicle consisting of a platform for the feet mounted above an axle and an upright post surmounted by handles.


    • @Jackson: you are crude and vulgar. Your comments are the lowest common denominator. Shame on you.

      @Nati: Please don’t allow such vile, juvenile and irrelevant comments like the ones Jackson makes. Its bullying in your sandbox. Ball is in your court.


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