Amal Clooney Steps Out in $7,665 Outfit, Looks as Fabulous as Ever!

by Desiree Murphy 11:14 AM PDT, April 01, 2016
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Amal Clooney is once again proving she's Hollywood royalty.

The 38-year-old human rights lawyer was spotted out and about in the Soho neighborhood of New York City on Thursday, rocking a leggy look that was very much on-trend.

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Clooney sported a chic orange ribbed cashmere tunic dress from Akris' fall/winter 2016 collection ($1,690), Altuzarra's 'Callie' floral knee-high boots ($1,595), and a white, cracked-print leather Maison Margiela "5AC" bag ($4,380).

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We have to give it to her, the high price tag certainly paid off!

Photo: Splash News

An eyewitness told ET that the fashion-forward beauty was at Altuzarra Studio with designer Joseph Altuzarra himself. As she was walking out, Altuzarra was carrying a large white shopping bag, handed it to Clooney and kissed her goodbye as she got into her car.

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We can only imagine what kind of luxurious goodies were in that bag.

Meanwhile, her husband, George Clooney, gave a statement to ET in regard to fabricated quotes about their relationship that were published in Hello! magazine.

The 54-year-old Hail, Caesar! actor said that the quotes attributed to him -- which stated he had set a rule that he and his wife were to not be apart for more than a week and that they "stay in touch via social media" -- are completely false.

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"Hello Magazine has printed an 'EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW' with me that has been widely picked up and reprinted," he explained in a statement on Friday. "Outlets like Vanity Fair, Marie Claire, The Sun, and The Evening Standard have all printed my exclusive interview and credited Hello Magazine. The problem is that I have not given an interview to Hello Magazine and the quotes attributed to me are not accurate."

"In my experience, being misquoted is not unusual, but to have an 'exclusive interview' completely fabricated is something new," he continued. "And a very disturbing trend."

To hear more on the adorable duo --and how much it costs to dress like the attorney on the daily! -- watch the video below.