Angelina Jolie Puts a Streetwear Spin on a Suit Look With a Tie-Print Tee


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Angelina Jolie and daughter Vivienne had a fun night out at the theater following the opening of their own Broadway production, The Outsiders.

On Thursday, the mother-daughter duo stepped out to support friend Kristen Bell at the opening night performance of Reefer Madness: The Musical, which took place at The Whitley in Los Angeles.

The belle of the ball, Bell, looked lovely in a black slipdress with a triangular transparent panel at the chest, black sandals, and diamond and gold jewelry, including chunky hoop earrings encrusted with tiny diamonds.

los angeles, california may 30 l r angelina jolie, vivienne jolie pitt and kristen bell attend the opening night performance of reefer madness the musical at the whitley on may 30, 2024 in los angeles, california photo by amy sussmanwireimage
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For the occasion, Jolie put an artsy, streetwear spin on the classic suit look, pairing her sleek black blazer and dress pants with a white tee featuring a graphic gray striped tie print. She finished the cool, minimalistic ensemble with some black shades and small gold hoop earrings. She kept her makeup minimal and wore her blonde hair straight down.

Her 15-year-old daughter also took the artsy route, opting for a black vest with a patchwork detail, which she layered over a subtly checkered light blue button-down. Vivienne coordinated with her mom in black trousers–though hers were wide-legged and baggy—and finished the look with classic black Converse sneakers.

los angeles, california may 30 l r angelina jolie, vivienne jolie pitt and kristen bell attend the opening night performance of reefer madness the musical at the whitley on may 30, 2024 in los angeles, california photo by monica schippergetty images
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Vivienne worked as Jolie’s production assistant for The Outsiders. The play, which had a run in San Diego last year before coming to Broadway, is based on S.E. Hinton’s classic 1967 coming-of-age novel of the same name, about a violent rivalry between two teenage gangs. It has now been nominated for 12 Tony Awards, including Best Musical.

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