Angelina Jolie Rocks Tight Black Leather Pants at Airport With Maddox

Celebrity Style Apr. 13, 2013 AT 12:30PM
Angelina Jolie walks with Maddox on April 12, 2013 at LAX. Angelina Jolie walks with Maddox on April 12, 2013 at LAX. Credit: Karl Larsen/

No one rocks leather quite like Angelina Jolie. The 37-year-old actress, director and humanitarian touched down at LAX in Los Angeles on Friday, April 12 with son Maddox, her eldest child, and the sunglasses-clad pair wore complimentary black ensembles. 11-year-old Maddox wore a black hoodie and black cap with matching skull-face design, plus baggy black pants and sneakers. His famous mom, meanwhile, wore a slouchy black sweater and, in a nod to her wild child past, tight, rocker-girl leather pants and boots. The special envoy to the UNHCR was in London on Thursday to speak at the G8 Foreign Ministers' conference in London.

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One week ago, the Maleficent actress debuted lighter brown locks during an April 5 Women in the World gala, turning heads with a more regal look: a loose, olive Saint Laurent dress and a sheer black sheath. Jolie's understated red carpet outfit was offset by her dazzling $500,000 engagement ring from fiancé Brad Pitt.

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(Wearing a gold band instead, Jolie had appeared without the ring recently during a humanitarian trip -- forcing the Oscar winner to quell new speculation that she and her man had secretly wed.)

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Jolie's better half, meanwhile, is set to appear as a presenter at Sunday's MTV Movie Awards in Hollywood, where the World War Z actor, 49, will present the Movie of the Year award. Other big attendees of the evening include Kim Kardashian, Taylor Lautner, Liam Hemsworth and Selena Gomez.

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