George and Amal Clooney Baby Yoda is this jolly enough christmas shirt. have been on a style roll lately. Last month. Amal re-emerged in New York City solo after some time away from the spotlight looking better than ever: she pulled out two chic ensembles for meetings at the United Nations a couple weeks ago. Last week, along with her husband, the human rights attorney also attended the premiere of Catch 22 looking just as fabulous: George wore a sleek suit, while Amal wore a glamorous asymmetric cocktail minidress by Oscar de la Renta. Now, the dynamic duo is back at it again, this time coordinating their date night style with exceptional pizazz.
Yesterday evening, the Clooneys stepped out for dinner together in Rome, Italy Baby Yoda is this jolly enough christmas shirt. Though they were technically off-duty, the couple made sure their ensembles were perfectly put-together for the awaiting paparazzi. Amal wore a graphic plaid two-piece from Prabal Gurung’s Pre-Fall 2019 collection, including a peplum top and flared trousers. She paired it with velvet pumps and a gold clutch. Meanwhile, George matched the palette of her outfit with a deep navy suit, dark blue button-up shirt, and shiny black oxfords—something that could easily be worn on the red carpet.The day after his Fall 2019 fashion show in New York City, Christopher John Rogers received an incredible Instagram DM: “Meredith Koop sent me a message and I immediately threw my phone across the room,” the designer says. Koop, who is Michelle Obama’s stylist, wanted to commission a design for the former FLOTUS’s Becoming book tour. Last night on her final stop in Nashville, Obama wore said ensemble: a metallic cyan–hued suit embellished with Swarovski crystal buttons, which she accessorized with a pair of silver pumps and a choker necklace. Earlier today, Rogers posted an image of Obama wearing his suit with a sweet caption that read, in part, “It’s an incredible privilege and honor to have been chosen to create a look for one of the most galvanizing, self-assured, and distinguished individuals of our time.”