Angelina Jolie Switches Up Her Signature Style With a Patchwork Coat

It’s no secret that Angelina Jolie favors a long black coat. But for her latest street-style outing, she added a subtle twist to her signature outerwear.

Last week, the Eternals star paid a visit to 57 Great Jones Street, the site of her flagship Atelier Jolie store, which has connections to artists Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat.

The occasion saw Jolie bundled up in yet another long black coat—though this time, the piece featured frayed white canvas patches with black sketch-figure drawings stitched along the sleeves and lapels. Additionally, a bronze floral motif was embroidered near the coat’s sweeping hemline.

Jolie tied up the coat’s belted waist and layered the piece over a black jumpsuit with a geometric striped design and pointed-toe black leather boots with a block heel. To accessorize, she added black sunglasses and a large black tote bag.

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Jolie wore the same coat while visiting Atelier Jolie the day prior, when she was accompanied by 20-year-old son Pax Jolie-Pitt. That day, she styled the coat similarly, wearing it with flowing black velvet pants, black leather pointed-toe boots, and the same large black tote.

Pax went a more colorful route, in a bright blue T-shirt paired with a black coat, black pants, black-and-white sneakers, and a black knit beanie.

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The Academy Award–winning actor and director talked to Bazaar last month about launching Atelier Jolie.

“There is so much happening that divides us, and it’s essential that we create and share time together. One aspect of today’s world is the push to be like others and follow trends. It doesn’t lead to the place where one feels most alive,” she said. “Discovery and mistakes are essential for creativity. The once-young punk in me wanted to push against what was normal and paint the walls with the people I love. I hope others do, too.”

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