Amal Clooney leaving New York on 10.03.2017

Amal Clooney was spotted leaving New York at JFK airport on last Friday evening. She looked perfectly styled in a luxus casual chic style.

 

Style Files

 

Amal Clooney wore

AKRIS

Long Knit Reversible Car Coat, Camel/Moonstone
$5,990.00

available here

and with the same AKRIS shirt as on the model.

BOTTEGA VENETA

Cruise 2017-2018 bag

Amal Clooney wore J BRAND

Mama J Cropped Serena Maternity Jeans
$277

available here

with big thanks to Jill for the ID !

JIMMY CHOO

Hatcher crystal-embellished leather ankle boots

$1,250

available here

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// DailyMail

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86 thoughts on “Amal Clooney leaving New York on 10.03.2017

  1. Hey Nati. I’ve now just realised that Amal’s UN jaunts is becoming the equivalent of fashion week for the Amal style stalkers. She’s usually there a few days and there are heaps of outfits. Hope people still read/listen to her message though, whilst enjoying the fashion. Great job once again, making it easier for us busy-bees, to go to one site and ogle the clothes!

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      • Yes, Eridtrix.

        I noticed that too.

        I applaud Amal for her humanitarian efforts, but it appears she could now be suffering from ‘delusions of grandeur’.

        And I’m blaming it on George. haha

        bop ‘n walk… haha… so true.

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      • Sasha – go to mark 1:10 she’s so exasperated that she’s not being let through. She’s being rude whether you chose to acknowledge it or not. Speaking down to someone is a discourtesy manner is rude – anyway you want to play it dear.

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      • Sasha

        It’s that air of haughtiness. It can have people coming off as being rude, even if they aren’t being rude. Worse if they’re coming off as being haughty while wearing haute couture. :).

        Nevertheless, I wish Amal best of luck, she has her hands full bringing ISIS to justice.

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      • @Tack
        I’ve noticed quite an attitude all along, depending on the situation, and definitely in that video but I can’t tell what’s happening with the security guard.
        How is Amal 5-6 months pregnant with TWINS?
        In the course of just over a week, her bump seems to get larger and then smaller at will.
        Is it just me or does anyone else suspect a ‘moon bump’ and that they’re using a surrogate?
        I’d really hate to think that she and George would pull that sort of thing.
        It just doesn’t make any sense.

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      • I don’t think she was being rude at all – it sounds like she was just trying to explain where she needed to go. She sounded maybe slightly hassled by the situation in general, and I don’t think she was aiming any attitude at the security guard specifically. It seemed like a fairly normal interaction to me – haven’t any of you ever encountered a security guard while trying to get to work or somewhere important? I’m not sure what she is supposed to have done differently. And I certainly don’t see or hear anything resembling scolding. Some people are reading wayyyy too much into a what seems like a really routine exchange.

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      • Sasha – Amal is pregnant, but she is very thin for someone who is that far along with twins (which concerns me; I hope she is well). That’s what makes it seem unusual and – I was briefly suspicious about a MoonBump at one point. But in the pictures of her at the airport, you can see that she is just small. Her bump seemed to change size over the course of the week because some outfits accentuated it more than others – if she were using a fake bump, I think it would have appeared more consistent in size, if anything (unless she was changing “bumps” with each outfit, which would be a really dumb thing to do when trying to fake a pregnancy). It’s her weight that makes things seem odd, and I wish her a healthy pregnancy.

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      • @PAP
        Is English your first language? I ask you that because your comprehension of my comment is badly misinterpreted and your writing is erroneous. Read it again, perhaps?
        You’ll note the question mark at the end of my sentence. I couldn’t see where Amal was rude.
        I can’t see how you construed my comment as rude.
        I do, however, see how your comment IS rude.
        I didn’t choose to, or not to, acknowledge anything.
        I didn’t speak down to anyone, certainly not Eridtrix. I was actually thinking she could point out what she was referring to, hence the question mark.
        I didn’t and don’t want to play ‘it’ any which way, ‘dear’.
        Care to retract your poorly made assumptions?

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      • @PAP
        I’d also like to point out how it’s not always possible to reply to the person directly above you as other comments are sometime under moderation and not yet published.
        One more thing, there isn’t always a ‘reply’ option under everyone’s comment and that’s why this will probably end up below my last one to you.
        My comment was to Eridtrix but ended up beneath another.

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      • Sasha,

        You noticed the ever changing bump too. Smaller at time and larger then smaller at will. It seems magical. It is so weird.

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      • @ PAP (1) Yes, English is my first language. Because someone disagrees with you, you play ‘that’ card. That base, elementary bordering on xenophobic card. Oh, no dear, that’s not rude. (2) No, I don’t retract ANY part of my original statement. (3). Dear, this is a fashion and style blog; step away from the computer and take a walk outside. It’s beautiful out there.

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      • @ Lily – your comments says much about how you treat people; specifically working class, minimum wage workers.

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      • @ Sasha Part 1: Yes, English is my first language. If a person disagrees with you, your response is to question his/her command of the English language? Part 2: No, I have no intention to retract any letter, word or punctuation from my original statement.

        Don’t take it so seriously. This is just a style blog!

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      • Yes Sasha

        Like you, that ever-changing bump has me confused too. Like the every-changing bosom. ;:-)

        You asked if they could be using a surrogate and lying about it, and that it doesn’t make sense they ‘would ‘pull that sort of thing’.

        Yes it could makes sense. For the Sexiest Man Alive – twice ! And twins too. You go , George, still has it going on at 55. 🙂

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      • I dont see the rudeness that you see…maybe it was obvious for where she was going so it seems to me the guard was just playing power unnecessarily… different perception…

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      • @ PAP and @ Sappy
        Are you uncomfortable replying with only one moniker?
        Any rational person reading these comments can see that you clearly have an agenda, thereby having misinterpreted my original comment.
        I didn’t think you would retract anything but I gave you that chance in the same way I would treat a child, under like circumstances.
        Since English is your first language, then there’s no confusing or excusing your lack of comprehension, which is why I asked.

        @Arianna (or should that be Pap and Sappy)
        Are you lacking basic comprehension skills too?
        Lily said nothing that you accuse her of.

        Look, I call it as I see it. I’m not here to unnecessarily adulate nor criticize anyone.
        If you don’t like what I have to say, well, you don’t have to but I would suggest to you that most people here (and elsewhere – news flash) can and will recognize *bullshit* when they see it.
        If you try to embellish another person’s comments, to the point of fabrication, I might add, in efforts to emphasize your point of view, your intentions will be obvious. Unfortunately, you seem oblivious to how this whole ‘reading and writing’ thing works.
        But, enough about you. Seriously, enough about you.

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      • @Danielle – That’s quite a leap and yet another example of people reading wayyy too much into things. I simply commented on an exchange between two people who were trying to do their jobs (based on a video in which we can only hear snippets of conversation). From what I can tell, there was some confusion about where Amal was supposed to go, and the security guard stepped in (as is his job), and Amal was trying to clarify why she was there and where she was trying to go. That all seems logical to me. But based on that, you somehow know how I treat people and assume that I base it on socioeconomic factors? Bizarre.

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  2. I enjoy the fashion, the beauty, the daily catwalk, the comments and this nice blog … but I am not able to take Amal seriously. To me, she looks like an actress playing the part of a glamorous barrister, channeling Joan Crawford, but Joan would play much, much better this role.

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    • Agreed. Amal’s constant preening for the cameras is getting a bit old especially when she’s addressing a serious issue at the UN. Her fashion plate status is overpowering her work and it is brought on herself. She wears expensive designer things that are clearly sent to her by the designer or PR firm as some of the things aren’t even available in stores yet. I would really respect her if she had wore a simple professional black suit for her days at the UN as to show that she wants to keep the attention on the issues.

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      • @sara
        Good advice, indeed, but it appears to me that Amal most likely has contractual obligations to be seen in these designer’s clothes. If that is the case, where else would she be seen, if not for her speaking at the UN?
        She and George haven’t been photographed together since they were in France, I believe.
        I honestly wish she would tone it down and make her efforts all about the people she’s representing and forget about her own monetary gain. She would garner so much more respect, from my perspective.

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    • Patricia

      i want to say George just feels comfortable in casual dress, but I suspect some of this casual dressing could be acts of passive-aggression. haha

      Remember back when George was handsome & sexy, that was like two years ago.

      Must be hard giving up his bachelor days and frat-boy ways.

      George, lay off the booze and moisturize ! 🙂

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  3. she looks lovely, if a bit tired. She’s carrying wide and not high, yet. Certainly her bosom has expanded. She is playing this battle quite smartly: much diplomatic manuevering out of the limelight, until she and the UK ambassador feel it the right time to publicly call out Iraq. It seems as though a good part of her strategy was/is to line up UK support for action if Iraq does not write the letter. I imagine this took quite a bit of work.

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  4. What is with her socks? They look so huge on her feet and ankles. She looks cute as always. I love it when the helper tries to pull her suitcase, but she cuts in to push it herself. Joan Crawford would never have done that. 😉

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  5. She doesn’t practise law anymore, so she isn’t even playing the role of a glamorous barrister. I see very little difference between what she does and what other celebrity campaigners do these days. It is nonetheless important work and one hopes she is taken seriously. But if ISIS are every prosecuted, I would be very surprised if she had any legal role to play in the matter.

    In my opinion, a woman can enjoy fashion and look glamorous and beautiful whilst going about her work. It is a fine line. Wearing a different couture fashion ensemble head to toe day in day out does distract somewhat from the substance of her work, and people should not be shamed for focusing on her clothes – if we didn’t, she wouldn’t be given the clothes in the first place. She’s smart enough to know that, which means she has allowed her “work” to include advertising high end fashion. The world cannot then be criticised for conflating the two.

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    • Glad to see you back, ESR! I was wondering about that – it did seem like she was playing the same role as celebrity UN goodwill ambassadors – basically just picking up the media spotlight for refugees at some point after Angelina Jolie.

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      • Hi Nati,
        My comment wasn’t meant to be in any way disparaging toward Angelina Jolie. I admire her, too. You are right to point out that her humanitarian role comes second to her acting/directing career.

        If, indeed, as ESR states, Amal doesn’t practice law anymore, then what is she really doing more than attempting to put a spotlight on the plight of certain refugees? Isn’t that what celebrity UN Goodwill Ambassadors do – give speeches in front of the UN?

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      • On top of the UN speeches, I guess Amal is arranging PR for her clients. Really, all that I’m seeing lately is another clever PR campaign, using the designer clothing as a “hook.”

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  6. AC is adorable. I love this relaxed outfit from head to toe.
    OK, it is normal for her to wear not cheap designer clothes. So why not? Many other people do the same.
    I wonder why there is no private security check where no fotos are allowed.

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  7. Can anyone identify one friend of Amal’s? Have there ever been photos of her chatting with a friend, having coffee, going shopping, lunching, having friends over, catching up for dinner, going to the movies or a show etc etc?

    We know who George’s friends are – but is there anything over the past 4 years on any of Amal’s friendships? Does she have any?

    It may be just me — but I never trust a woman who can’t show me 3-5 close women friends.

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      • That doesn’t make any sense Nati. If that were the case, then her family, George, his friends, her work colleagues etc would also be at risk.

        Until proven otherwise, I can only draw the conclusion perhaps she has none.

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      • Amal did not receive death threats or even threat of imprisonment from Egypt it was a made up story. The press covered it the next day that Amal camp was making up stories. Even The Guardian covered it.

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      • You received death threats? Credible death threats? I am sorry you have been threatened and that must be awful. However, I find it hard to believe that ISIS would troll a fashion site when there are countless other people they could be threatening. I don’t think Amal is of value for them to threaten. I do think Murad is someone for them to threaten but directly to her remaining family in the occupied area. Threatening a lawyer even a celeb does not give them much to keep their oppressive ideas.

        I believe you had a nut job threaten you. This is my opinion. I do not think ISIS is too interested in fashion from what I have seen of their wardrobe and I am being flippant.

        I do know that Amal lied publicly on Egypt, since after Egypt defended itself Amal did not rebut. Plus Egypt had other witnesses and they said it was not true either. Amal has a credibility issue when it comes to saying she is threatened with her crying wolf in Egypt.

        I think there is a big difference between ISIS and just crackpots. I am sorry a crackpot threatened you, IMO. I am very skeptical that it was ISIS. If it were, the FBI cyber crime division or your country’s companion agency (if you are not in the USA) can easily track and even crack an IP or even a VPN. If it is ISIS, they receive immediate warrants from all telecom and cable companies. They become relatively ease to trace since you and if not you even WP does capture IP addys.

        Anything is possible. I just doubt it was ISIS because that would be so amateurish and easily gets them caught.

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    • And then there is Nadia – I think Amal should be respectful of Nadia and tone down the designer clothes. As others have said – Amal can still look beautiful and business appropriate wearing less expensive clothes.

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  8. I would love to own that gorgeous coat … and the black and white striped top on a model.

    I think the work that Amal is doing is so important and whatever she decides to wear to do her work is her business. It is fun to see the variety of styles she chooses. I really do not care where they came from.

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  9. Why oh why are many of you still bellyaching about her clothes and whether she gets them for free.
    Who cares. We come to this site because we like to see her in stylish designer clothes, saving the world. Amal is very calculating when it comes to her image and career. She promotes her human right cases because it makes her look like a saint, and all the time looking fabulous doing it.

    News Flash – She is not a human rights lawyer. She is a defense attorney who just happens to take on human right cases. She also represents ‘questionable’ people who pay her and her firm a lot of money.

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    • Indeed. She knows exactly what she’s doing, and it works. She gets media coverage because people are interested in what she’s wearing, and she directs that public attention toward her cases. And her cases do get coverage. How many of you would be paying attention to them otherwise? You probably wouldn’t even know who Nadia was and neither would I. Amal is successfully using fashion to raise her profile, which helps her clients.

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      • @Lily that is true. However, it could be accomplished through PR as well. It just depends if you are will to spend the money on PR claims. It is just as easy to get on TV or the like but that costs a very pretty penny through PR agencies.

        Amal is getting exposure for free. I am sure there is a PR agency at work here as well. There always is.

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      • Nadia choose Amal to receive media attention. 3 years after the ISIS attack against the Yazidis what has been done ? The PKK helped them. Yes, only the PKK. So please Arianna calm down. Don’t be surprised if your comments will be not published.

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    • Well she is not a criminal defense lawyer in the traditional sense. She is more international broad spectrum cases that go no where yet look good for the questionable people she used to defend. ICC and ICJ are all bark and no bite. There is really no teeth to them.

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    • Finally! Someone said it – Amal is not a human rights lawyer, she is a defence attorney. Some of her clients in Africa / Middle East are out and out criminals. Some have committed large scale murders. But since she married GC, her clientele has been whitewashed.

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  10. Nate can you please clarify your previous statement – have I misunderstood or are you saying you have received a “death threat” for this blog? I quote your comment:

    “Yes, she received them. Nadia Murad too and me too. Nothing to do with the Egypt story.”

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      • So sorry to hear that you have received death threats over a fashion blog. I/We appreciate that you have been less one-sided in allowing comments (ie allowing all types of comments, positive and negative about Amal). It makes for a better, well-rounded resource.

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      • Nati,

        The statement that you, Amal and Murad are linked. Are you working for or related to Amal because it seems you are saying you are and that is how you have such information. Can you clarify?

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      • @Nati
        There is a very unstable George Clooney fanatic that has been around for a very long time who goes under many aliases who may have contacted you.
        I also see that you retweet issues regarding ISIL and other important issues that may have spurred threats from certain factions.
        Whatever the case, I surely hope you’ve reported the threats to the appropriate authorities including their email and IP addresses.
        Take every measure for your safety.
        You seem like a very nice person. Be well.

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      • Nati…why did you say was a Trump supporter? I am a Trump supporter and i am not anywhere close of being deranged or violent. Maybe it was some troll from DM ?!… or just a hater. I dont think it is assumed that Trump supporters are hateful people… quite the contrary… the more i look around it seems the Trump position are the hateful ones… but.. enough with politics from me:)

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      • correction: I meant to write “Tump Oposition”

        Thanks for the reply Nati..and the clarification…but like i said,, it could had been any troll from DM most likelly… they are so vicious ! 😦

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  11. It’s amazing how well she conceals her pregnancy. From a direct frontal view I almost would not know she is pregnant; 6 months pregnant with twins and I can barely tell. Especially since her face, neck, arms remain thin. It’s not until she turns to the side that I can see a very slight bump. Tiny preemies for sure. She picks all the right outfits to really hide the pregnancy or she really IS that small. I like her luxus casual chic outfit here.

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  12. I continue to be amazed at the cruel and bitter [ad hominem] comments toward Amal as a person. No one knows her yet they criticize her for not having friends (how on earth would you know she has no friends??), her pregnancy, her clothes, her hair, her beliefs, her speeches, and on and on. People have said they are SURE she reads this blog. You must be kidding. Eighty percent of it is harsh criticism of her. I do not know her but I can’t believe she would be such a masochist to read through most of the comments on any given day.

    I think that when Nati started the blog it was about fashion (indeed if you go back in time the comments are about fashion) but many of the commenters here now just bash Amal. I guess I would ask: why do you care so much?

    I yearn for the days when Nati started the blog.

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    • Sighs and utter exasperation can not convey … with absolutely scientific certainty NO ONE who knew or knows Amal comes or comments on the blog. How do you know such such conviction that’s true? You say this over and over again. I say over and over again: I knew her, not well, but we worked together. Jesus she’s not the pope or a saint, she was a regular person before she married George.

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  13. @Nati, I’d just like to second Sasha’s post above. The person s/he’s referring to is notorious at this stage. Anyone who follows George Clooney will immediately be aware of who I and Sasha are referring to. Also, the IMDB forums, where s/he used to post his/her delusions has closed down so it’s very possible that s/he is now targeting any Clooney-related site.

    Just so you know and so you don’t feel threatened by it.

    If you have the facility to block their IP, then that’s probably the best thing to do. x

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