Angelina Jolie Continues Press Tour of Awesomeness in Ralph & Russo

Angelina Jolie's recent series of red carpet appearances would be notable even if she hadn't just revealed in a shocking Times op-ed that she'd recently completed a preventative double mastectomy--any time a movie star of Jolie's caliber steps out looking this good, it's newsworthy. But that these appearances follow her disclosure sends an even more powerful message: that she's still a sex symbol and brave as hell.
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Angelina Jolie's recent series of red carpet appearances would be notable even if she hadn't just revealed in a shocking Times op-ed that she'd recently completed a preventative double mastectomy--any time a movie star of Jolie's caliber steps out looking this good, it's newsworthy. But that these appearances follow her disclosure sends an even more powerful message: that she's still a sex symbol and brave as hell.
Photo: Getty

Photo: Getty

DAYUM, Angelina Jolie is looking good.

World War Z premiered last night in Berlin, and while the night was ostensibly about Brad Pitt (the film's star) all eyes were on his better half (who's not in the movie at all--we actually checked because she's shown up at every Z premiere so far).

Jolie in Saint Laurent in Paris

Jolie in Saint Laurent in Paris

But regardless of her plus one position, Jolie--who turned 38 (!) yesterday--has been turning it out. She appeared at the London premiere in a floor length Saint Laurent black dress, at the Paris premiere in a sleek black pantsuit also by Saint Laurent, and now she's broken her Saint Laurent streak with this white, sculptural Ralph & Russo stunner.

Jolie's recent series of red carpet appearances would be notable even if she hadn't just revealed in a shocking Times op-ed that she'd recently completed a preventative double mastectomy--any time a movie star of Jolie's caliber steps out looking this good, it's newsworthy. But that these appearances follow her disclosure sends an even more powerful message: that she's still a sex symbol and brave as hell.