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Thursday 25 December 2014

Angelina Jolie opts for flowly fashion

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Gregory Pace/BEI / Rex Features (2240205a)
Angelina Jolie
4th Annual Women in the World Summit, New York, America - 04 Apr 2013
Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie showed her natural beauty in an understated olive green gown in New York last night.

The actress attended the fourth annual Women in the World Summit at the David H. Koch Theater in New York yesterday.

Looking refreshed and radiant, the natural beauty layered a billowing black cape over her green frock.

The 37-year-old matched the tasselled detailing on her cape with similar ties around the neckline of the gown to hold the shape in place.

Angelina's over-sized ensemble also featured a slightly tapered waistline to show off her feminine form.

Keeping with her understated appearance, Angelina chose minimal make-up.

This included going without polish on her toe nails, which were seen peeking out from her black peep-toe pumps.

Angelina styled her long brunette locks in a loose and slightly wavy fashion.

The glossy hair style proved to be a fitting finish to her Mother Nature appearance.

Angelina opted for minimal jewellery, with simple gold bangles adorning her wrists.

This is the latest display by the star where her minimal jewellery has been noted.

She recently stepped out wearing a plain gold band in place of her expensive engagement ring for a humanitarian visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo and Rwanda.

Shortly after this, Angelina announced her plans to launch a jewellery line of her own.

The new collection, the Style of Jolie, includes many pieces inspired by a tablet-shaped necklace she gave her partner Brad Pitt before their engagement.

She plans to use profits from the line to fund a girls-only school in Afghanistan plus many more such establishments around the world.

"Beyond enjoying the artistic satisfaction of designing these jewels, we are inspired by knowing our work is also serving the mutual goal of providing for children in need," Angelina told E! News earlier this week.

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