April 19, 2018

Amal Clooney, 40, flaunts her tiny waist in a racy red corset 10 months after delivering twins

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The human rights lawyer co-hosted a party celebrating Glamour’s new editor-in-chief.

Daily Mail reported that Amal Clooney arrived at Anna Wintour’s New York City sporting a superhero-inspired corset.

She did not hesitate in showing off her post-baby body just 10 months after welcoming her twins, Ella and Alexander. 

The 40-year-old wife of Hollywood actor George Clooney, sported a bold red top with a cape detail while attending the party in honor of her friend, Samantha Barry.

The lingerie-inspired top included lace sleeves and a train that flowed down to her ankles. Highlighting her slim waist, the corset showed off a hint of her midriff and her cleavage.


She coupled it with black skintight jeans and ankle boots and a black satin clutch. Amal used red to color her lips while adding shimmery eyeshadow.


Also seen at the event were some of the biggest names in fashion, including model Ashley Graham, designers Diane Von Furstenberg, Vera Wang, Michael Kors, and Zac Posen, apart from actress Sienna Miller, and television personality La La Anthony.

30-year-old Ashley Graham sported a one-shouldered floral dress, featuring a deep thigh slit. The frock had a red, black and gray floral pattern and she topped it off with stiletto sandals.


Sienna Miller was seen in a springtime look wearing a blue, red, yellow, and black floral dress. She also went in for a black leather duster coat and lace-up boots. She made her way into the party with a structured handbag.

36-year-old Samantha Barry took to Instagram to share a photo of herself posing with Amal and Anna Wintour.


She wrote, ‘A super special night hosted by two of my favorite women Amal Clooney and Anna Wintour to celebrate my new role as Editor in Chief @glamourmag.’

Her most recent role was that of an executive producer for social and emerging media at CNN Worldwide. 

She will be the eighth editor-in-chief of the magazine since its debut in 1939 and the first one with an expertise in digital media. She will replace Cindi Leive, who quit after 16 years as the head of the publication.