Angelina Jolie was spotted looking chic in a long gray wool coat on arrival at JFK airport over the weekend.
The 47-year-old film star wore the winter staple over a slouchy black plunging sweater.
The mother-of-six, formerly married to Brad Pitt, looked glamorous and upbeat as she modeled a pair of glossy black sunglasses.
The philanthropist’s glossy light brown hair was bouncy as it fell over one shoulder in a loose curl.
Jolie, who visited Iraq earlier this month, smiled as she made her way through the busy center on Saturday.
Timeless: Angelina Jolie looked chic in a long, gray wool coat as she arrived at JFK airport over the weekend
The fashion forward beauty donned a pair of loose fitting charcoal trousers and black leather boots.
She wore fine jewelry to her effortlessly elegant ensemble, rocking delicate earrings and a matching necklace.
Angelina, whose other ex-husband is Billy Bob Thornton, showed off her clear complexion under her sunglasses.
And she accentuated her famously plump pout with a dash of a flattering, slightly glossy lip stain.
On Sunday, the outspoken activist took to Instagram to shed light on a project supporting women in Iran.
Sharing a carousel post with her 14.2million followers, she wrote under the caption: “My friend @Prune Nourry is doing a beautiful art project to show solidarity with brave women fighting for equality and rights in Iran and around to honor their courage. ‘
The Los Angeles-born star continued, “My family is on board,” before sharing with fans where to send their hair.
“Anyone can participate in the project by sending a strand of hair to MBE #235 13 rue de la Boétie 75 008 Paris, France before February 25,” she wrote.
Ensemble: The 47-year-old film star wore the winter clothes over a slouchy black sweater with a plunging neckline
Chic: The mother-of-six looked glamorous and upbeat as she modeled a pair of glossy black sunglasses
She then alerted readers: “The exhibition will take place on March 8, 2023 in NYC. @Strandforwomen #WomanLifeFreedom #MahsaAmini.”
Included in the upload was a celebratory video showing various people holding their hair with scissors and letting curls fall into envelopes.
The next photo in the slide appeared to show the actress’ hands as she prepared to clip a strand of daughter Zahara’s curly ponytail.
Then the Hollywood device shared a photo of the back of the head of another of their children.
The subject’s hair was cut short and the back of a cartilaginous ear hole was visible.
The multihyphenate then gave viewers a closer look at the hair — one dark and sinuous and one light and straight — while in front of a light-colored fabric.
The post has so far garnered more than 350,000 likes from her dedicated fan base.
A final message, written in white on a nude background, read: “Women in Iran protest injustice by cutting their hair.
“My family and I are supporting their resistance efforts by each donating a strand of hair to Prune Nourry’s global art project. Anyone can participate.”
Meaningful: Sharing a carousel post with her 14.2million followers, she wrote in the caption: “My friend @Prune Nourry is doing a beautiful art project to show solidarity with brave women in Iran who are fighting for equality and rights fight, and to honor their courage
Earlier this month, Jolie traveled to Iraq and later posted several pictures to her Instagram as she discussed what she had been doing in the war-torn country.
“An emotional day with my friend @Nadia_Murad, who I had the privilege of spending the day with in Sinjar, Iraq,” began the star, teary-eyed in the pictures.
“She took me to the house where she grew up in the village of Kocho,” adding that her friend also took her to her old school, where ISIS militants segregated women and men before enslaving them and mass murdering them.
“And the cemetery where the remains of the residents of Kocho were buried,” shared the Tomb Raider star.
The red carpet favorite added that “many are still missing and the fight for justice continues”.
New post: On Sunday, the outspoken activist took to Instagram to shed light on a project supporting women in Iran
Family effort: The Los Angeles-raised star continued, “My family is on board,” before directing fans on where to send their hair