Why Did the Ravishing Mrs Clooney Stir the Social Media With This Gown?

Why Did the Ravishing Mrs Clooney Stir the Social Media With This Gown?

Human Rights lawyer Amal Alamuddin – Mrs George Clooney, in other words – has apparently created a major stir by looking ravishing. Why? Because here John Galliano gown gave rise to some controversy over Galliano’s anti-Semitic past.

Mrs Clooney appeared at the Metropolitan Museum of Art with George Clooney.

In 2011, Dior announced they had suspended the Italian-British designer following his arrest over an alleged racist rant at a Paris bar. It is against French law to express anti-Semitic views and he was tried and found guilty. €6,000 was imposed.

Question: Was Mrs Clooney, the politically-active human rights lawyer, trying to make a point?

Or not?

It was a dramatic gown that created high interest for Amal who glowed in the strapless gown with its beautiful layered and ruffled skirt with a sequin covered bodice.

She completed the look with jeweled earrings and a matching red sequined clutch which a helpful assistant held for her while she posed for photos alongside her dapper beau.

Her thick dark tresses were swept to one side tumbling in big luxurious curls and she sported a pop of crimson lipstick.

Meanwhile, her handsome date George, 53, looked debonair in his stylish Armani tuxedo suit with a long tail.

Amal sparked concerns over her worryingly thin figure when she stepped out in New York to visit her husband of seven months on the set of his new movie, Money Monster, on Saturday.

Her slight frame appeared to be dwarfed in her garments: a simple pale pink knit top with half-sleeves, along with faded blue flared jeans.

It seems the pressures of a sudden life in the spotlight may have taken their toll on the British lawyer, who is shrinking down in size.

Married in September 2014, Amal and George have been living in New York since midwinter, when George began Money Monster and Amal took a visiting professor position at Columbia University’s law school.

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