Amal Clooney continues to be the world's influential workwear inspiration.
The human rights barrister (40) is back to work after giving birth to twins Ella and Alexander last June with husband George Clooney (56), is a visiting professor this semester at the prestigious Columbia Law School in New York.
And as usual, the paparazzi are at her every turn and have set up camp outside her NYC rental property, which means she is always camera ready.
On Tuesday, she her deep green leather trench coat by Michael Kors stole the show, mastering her impending spring weather wardrobe, not to mention the button down silk skirt by Emilia Wickstead and a pair of uncharacteristically bold black leather Petar Petrov heels and a Dior Bar bag.
At the weekend, she was chic in Chanel, opting for a classic suit by the iconic French fashion house for her first day on the job, finishing off with oversized Zanzan sunglasses and matching cream pumps.
There's something about her not-so-attainable but effortlessly elegant style: a plethora of power suits, iconic designers mixed with new names, she is always dressed to perfection and become a professional style icon for women.
Earlier this week, it was revealed that she has signed on to another high profile case - this time, representing two Reuters journalists Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, who have been jailed in Myanmar in December on charges they were "illegally possessing confidential government documents".
She joined her Oscar-winning husband at March For Our Lives in Washington D.C. last week.