Is This Amal Clooney’s Favourite Dress Designer?

In case you didn’t know already, we’re pretty obsessed with Amal Clooney. There’s that glossy mane, those killer looks and, you know, the fact she’s a top-notch human rights lawyer too. That said, it’s her indisputable style that has captured everyone’s attention.

Ever since George Clooney put a ring on it, countless blogs have popped up dedicated to championing her ever-chic outfits. Designers have been clamouring to dress her, too, but it looks like John Galliano has managed to win her heart (and her wardrobe) because the 37 year-old has stepped out in not one, but two, of his statement Margiela gowns this month.

 

Amal Clooney with George Clooney at the 2015 Met Gala The human-rights lawyer stunned in Margiela at the Met Gala this month

 

The Lebanese beauty first turned to the designer’s couture creations for her debut at the Chinese-themed Met Gala last month and unsurprisingly, it was a statement-maker. Strapless, ruffled with a sequin covered bodice to give a nod to traditional Chinese military-wear, she completely the stole the show in what many think has been her best look to date.


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Amal Clooney with George Clooney at the Tokyo premiere of Tomorrowland Amal turned heads in this form-fitting silk gown by Galliano for Margiela

 

Over the weekend she made another bold choice in a Galliano for Margiela creation to support her hubby at the Tokyo premier of Tomorrowland, a new sci-fi flick by Brad Bird starring the likes of Hugh Laurie, Tim McGraw and Britt Robertson. She looked every bit the high fashion goddess as she stepped out on the red carpet in the striking yellow number. We love how she kept her make-up simple and elegantly pinned back her waves to show off the beautiful flower detail on the neckline of the gown. The matching Manolo Blahnik heels and Bulagri box clutch were the perfect finishing touches.

Amal Clooney (L) with George Clooney (R) at the 2015 Met Gala Amal Clooney has been one of the first ladies to wear Galliano’s Margiela creations on the red carpet

 

Is this the start of a long-term fashion love-in between John Galliano and Amal? We sure hope so! She wouldn’t be the first to stick to one designer when it comes to the red carpet. Renee Zellwegger, for example, is a long-term fan of Carolina Herrera, you rarely spot Jennifer Lawrence on the red carpet in anything but Dior and the same is true of Anne Hathaway and Valentino or Cate Blanchett with Armani Prive. Whatever happens, we’ll most certainly be watching.