Angelina Jolie: OBE and Inspiration

When it comes to Angelina Jolie, there’s nothing I don’t like about her. She’s an all-round beautiful woman, inspirational and talented, sweet and witty and knows what’s important in life. She is a multi-award-winning actress with two Academy Awards, two Screen Actor’s Guild Awards and three Golden Globes under her belt. Recently, Her Majesty The Queen honoured Angelina as an OBE on June 14th for her services to UK foreign policy and campaigning to end sexual violence in war zones, making her an official Dame in the name; and this past March, she was awarded the prestigious Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Awards at the 86th Academy Awards. Angelina is also known for her brave decision in undertaking a preventive double mastectomy in February 2013, after learning she had 87% risk of developing breast cancer due to a defective BRCA1 gene. She wrote an article for The New York Times on the matter, which is one of the most moving articles I’ve read. Such an inspiration. And another thing about Angie I love is her style. This woman has serious style nods, even creating ‘the Angelina leg’ that we debuted at the 2012 Oscars which is known in the fashion world by all. She always looks classy, clean and doesn’t wear clothes or dresses that are inappropriate. I adore her love for women’s tailoring and she’s always able to pull off the edgy & vampy looks often wearing black, and I especially love her au natural makeup and easy-to-copy hairstyles. She’s just fab! So with that, take a look below at Killer Fashion’s favourite red carpet & special event looks that Angelina has worn over the years. Be aware, there’s a lot!

“To receive an honour related to foreign policy means a great deal to me as it is what I wish to dedicate my working life to. Working on PSVI and with survivors of rape is an honour in itself. I know that succeeding in our goals will take a lifetime and I am dedicated to it for all of mine.” – Angelina Jolie of the OBE Honorary

Images courtesy of Zimbio

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