Amal Clooney shines at 'Tomorrowland' premiere

Amal Clooney shines at 'Tomorrowland' premiere
George Clooney and his wife, Amal, arrive for the Japan premiere of Disney's latest film, "Tomorrowland," in Tokyo on Monday. (Koji Sasahara / AP)

Amal Clooney stole the spotlight from husband George when the couple walked the red carpet at Monday's Tokyo premiere of "Tomorrowland," the new film in which he stars. Amal wore a yellow gown from Martin Margiela that moved like liquid gold. [The Cut]

(Below, take a trip down memory lane with these photos of Amal Clooney's fashionable looks.)

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