Angelina Jolie Proves She Is, In Fact, A Greek Goddess

The actress and activist stepped out in Paris wearing a flowing white Celine gown

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We’ve always considered Angelina Jolie a bit of a goddess among mortals, but the actress really hit the point home when she floated down the street in a pleated white Celine gown yesterday. Jolie wore the billowing dress, complete with balloon sleeves and a shirred high neckline, out during the day in Paris. She’s currently in town to fulfill her duties as brand ambassador of Guerlain, the French fragrance and cosmetics house. The actress accessorized her look with pops of red, including a simple leather belt and a handbag with a gold logo, both designed by Hedi Slimane at Celine. A pair of oversized Louis Vuitton shades finished off the ultra-glamorous look.

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Jolie was joined by another preternaturally beautiful actress in the French city: her godmother, Jacqueline Bisset. We’ve all had the experience of accidentally twinning with a friend, but whether it was planned or not, this duo was ready for their street-style moment. Bisset coordinated with Jolie in a simple white suit, layered with a white tank underneath and paired with a brown handbag, a gold chain necklace, classic sunnies, and two-tone Chanel heels.

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It’s not been confirmed what this stunning pair was doing together in the City of Lights. We do know they both went for some fantastic blowouts, and that they’ve matched together in the past. Earlier this week, the two stepped out in red and white stripes, again with Jolie in a statement-making dress and Bisset in a chic trouser ensemble. If they’re looking for a third wheel, consider us available. Perhaps something in all-black next? A cool French blue?

This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar US

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