Amal Clooney turns heads in elaborate harem trousers with a clingy white vest as she touches down in Toronto ahead of human rights talk
She's set to deliver an insightful discussion with her father-in-law and journalist Nick Clooney in Toronto.
And Amal Clooney arrived in the Canadian city in her signature style as she touched down at Toronto Pearson International Airport on Thursday afternoon.
The Human Rights lawyer, 40, put on a typically chic display as she slipped her slender figure into a pair of stone-coloured harem trousers.
Radiant: Amal Clooney arrived in Toronto in her signature style as she touched down in the city's Pearson International Airport on Thursday afternoon
Upping the style ante, the wife of screen star George Clooney wore a white tank top and accentuated her statuesque frame in suede mules.
The mother-of-two maintained her style savvy ways as she accessorised with a pair of oversized cat-eye sunglasses.
Enhancing her natural beauty, Amal completed her look with vixen red lipstick and styled her glossy tresses into voluminous waves.
Commanding attention: The Human Rights lawyer, 40, put on a typically chic display as she slipped her slender figure into a pair of stone-coloured harem trousers
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Spotted touching down in Toronto, the human rights barrister put her best sartorial foot forward in a cool off-duty ensemble. She teamed a loose vest with a pair of utility-style trousers by Isabel Marant and finished the outfit off with a pair of black mules. Airport dressing never looked so good!
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The Lebanese-born barrister beamed with delight as she was accompanied by local cabin crew as she lugged her suitcase.
Amal Clooney in Conversation with Nick Clooney - which will serve as the pair's first public appearance - will take place at Roy Thompson Hall on Friday, and is set to discuss the fight in tackling pressing human rights issues.
The brunette beauty's display comes after she and her husband, 57, donated $100,000 to the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights.
All eyes on her: Upping the style ante, the wife of screen star George Clooney wore a white tank top and accentuated her statuesque frame in suede mules
George and Amal made the decision after admitting they couldn’t sit in the face of the world's refugee crisis, especially as they’re parents of young children themselves.
Speaking to People magazine, they said in a joint statement: 'At some point in the future our children will ask us: "Is it true, did our country really take babies from their parents and put them in detention centers?"
'And when we answer yes, they’ll ask us what we did about it. What we said. Where we stood. We can’t change this administration’s policy but we can help defend the victims of it.
'Today, the Clooney Foundation for Justice will donate $100,000 to the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights.'
Important: Amal Clooney in Conversation with Nick Clooney (pictured centre, October 2011) will serve as the pair's first public appearance and is set to discuss human rights issues
For the famous couple, it comes as just one of their recent good deeds, as in February they also donated $500,000 to the March for Our Lives campaign, which was demonstration to advocate for gun control.
The gesture by the Clooneys came just before President Donald Trump on Wednesday afternoon signed an executive order ending family separation at the border.
The president, in an abrupt U-turn on the divisive policy put into place by his own administration, directed the Department of Homeland Security to detain families together so long as children are not put into danger.
'I didn't like the sight or the feeling of families being separated,' the president on Wednesday stated.
Commendable: The brunette beauty's display comes after she and her husband George, 57, donated $100,000 to the Young Center for Immigrant Children’s Rights