Amal Clooney Shows Her True Colors in Bright Business Suits and Dresses in NYC

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A colorful Clooney! For the United Nations General Assembly in New York City, Amal Clooney added a dose of Hollywood glamour with her bright business suits and structured dresses on Thursday, September 22.

Amal, who married George Clooney in September 2014, stunned in two bright looks in one day. The human-rights lawyer, 38, emerged from her Upper East Side hotel in a red wrap dress with an exaggerated bow detail and bell sleeves. She elevated the look with tan crocodile Paul Andrew Zenadia pumps. 

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Later that afternoon, the Brit changed into a hot pink Max Mara wool suit adorned with a ruffle detail on the jacket. The suit’s cropped pants allowed her to display her black Dolce&Gabbana heels.

Thursday’s looks weren’t her only high fashion notes of the week. On September 21, she was Tamron Hall’s twin in a Gucci Pussy-bow Pleated Silk Crepe De Chine Dress ($2,800, net-a-porter.com). (Today Show’s Hall, one of our Most Stylish New Yorkers, wore the same look that same day.) And for a street style moment, on September 20, she walked hand-in-hand with George, 55, in an Alexander McQueen Obsession Dress sprinkled with a motif of lipstick, butterflies, pocket-watches and cat-eyes ($2,895, net-a-porter.com).

This week wasn’t just for photo ops. On September 20, the Clooneys met with President Barack Obama and a variety of high-powered CEOS for a roundtable discussion on refugees. And another topic that Amal likely discussed this week is ISIS and the perils of taking on that work in court.

“This is something I discussed with my husband before I would take on something like this,” the lawyer, who believes that ISIS should be taken to court for genocide, told NBC News in a preview aired on September 19. “We did discuss it. And we are aware of some of the risks involved.”

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