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Angelina Jolie’s London style streak continues.

The UNCHR Special Envoy carried out her duties in a monochrome look comprised entirely of her favorite color, black. Jolie, 43, spoke out about sexual violence during an event at The British Film Institute in London last week in skinny black pants, pointed-toe flats, a waist-tie coat, a matching top with lace trim, and an Alexander McQueen clutch with Swarovski embellishments and gold skull-bearing hardware about the clasp (ssense.com; $1,695).

Angelina Jolie
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Jolie kept her hair and makeup classic but understated, wearing her lush brown locks in loose waves at her shoulders and opting for a pale pink lip.

We couldn’t help but draw the parallel between her sophisticated-yet-casual wear and the iconic style of another actress-turned-humanitarian: Audrey Hepburn.

Audrey Hepburn, Angelina Jolie
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The EGOT-winner’s bold dance scene in 1957’s Funny Face cemented the cool black-on-black look as a classic and fail-proof pairing (and also inspired a Gap campaign).

The LBP (little black pant) isn’t going anywhere.