Amal Clooney stunned in a gorgeous red dress as she gave a speech in London
The human rights lawyer and campaigner brings an impeccable sense of style to every event.
Amal Clooney has wowed another audience with her sense of style as she arrived at a London event in a stunning bright red dress.
Due to give birth to twins in just three months, she dressed her bump in the flattering knee-length dress, matched with a beige coat and colourful sling-back shoes.
The human rights lawyer gave a speech on the plight of the Yazidis in Iraq – a Kurdish-speaking minority group marginalised by Islamic State – at a discussion hosted by international think tank Chatham House on Wednesday.
The 39-year-old campaigner is regularly praised for her impeccable wardrobe.
She impressed followers of the Cesar Awards in France last month with a dazzling white gown ending in a trailing skirt of shaded feathers.
At last year’s Cannes film festival she wore an elegant single-shouldered cream gown with a thigh-high slit and a snaking train.
On the red carpet to promote her husband George’s 2016 movie Hail, Caesar she went to the other end of the colour spectrum in a shimmering black gown with a net overlay.
At another premiere for the film days before, she wore a fun white minidress emblazoned with bright red flowers and complimented by matching lipstick.
She also opted for a higher hemline at the Our Brand Is Crisis premiere in Los Angeles in 2015, choosing a glittering 1960s-inspired pink number with a ruffled neckline.
However, she broke the wedding dress tradition when she married George at a civil ceremony in Venice, Italy, in 2014.
Instead of the standard white gown, she brought an air of dolce vita glamour with a loose-fitting cream top and trousers with black trim and a matching oversized hat.