Amal Clooney pairs a leopard jacket with thigh high boots

Amal Clooney embraced her wild side with her latest New York look.

The human rights lawyer, who caught our eye with her string of stylish looks last week, wore another fun outfit on Friday night. In a worse take on returning to his hotel, Clooney wears a leopard print coat with brown leather pockets and cuffs over a gray turtleneck, finishing the look with sheer black tights and black leather high-top Christian Louboutin boots with red accents around the heels.

She kept her accessories simple with a pair of small gold hoops, black sunglasses and a black shoulder bag with a gold clasp, wearing her hair with a bright pink lip and red nails.

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The subtly edgy look with pops of red was reminiscent of her fiery look on Thursday night, when the lawyer wore a sleeveless bodycon midi dress from Sukeina’s Fall 2022 runway.

The scorching piece featured sheer panels on the torso and a strappy knit design on the skirt with matching ribbons hanging from the waist. She finished the look with metallic silver heels and a black clutch.

new york ny april 28 amal clooney is seen leaving a hotel on April 28, 2022 in new york, new york city photo by megagc images

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The lawyer worked hard last week, addressing the United Nations Security Council on human rights violations committed during the Russian-Ukrainian conflict.

“Ukraine today is a slaughterhouse in the heart of Europe,” she told a meeting on Wednesday, by Yahoo! News. “Putin’s war of aggression is so outrageous that even after repeated warnings from the United States and Russia’s long criminal record, Ukrainians could not believe it could happen.”

“Could it be that thousands of children are forcibly deported to Russia? she continued. “Was a building with the word ‘children’ written on it really bombed? And are civilians today in Mariupol being systematically tortured and starved to death? Unfortunately, the answer is yes.”

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