Angelina Jolie, change of look. How the actress looks VIDEO

Ready to start a new chapter of her career, Angelina Jolie changed, first of all, her look, reports DailyMail.

The 48-year-old actress was snapped by paparazzi on Wednesday evening in New York as she left her store, Atelier Jolie. Photos taken before she got into a black luxury SUV show her in black pants, black boots, large, black-framed, slightly tinted glasses, and… blonde. Of course, this is just the latest of many hair transformations for Angelina, who has experimented with a pixie cut in the past and went blonde in the '90s when she bagged an Oscar in 'Girl, Interrupted' (1999).

Pictures published by Vogue of her in the studio working on the Chloé collaboration show her embracing buttery yellow highlights, warming her signature chocolate hair with a halo of white gold that delicately frames her face.

It seems that the launch of his Atelier Jolie collection is on the last hundred meters. It's a purpose-driven fashion brand that will use the skills of refugees and other talented (and underappreciated) groups to create beautiful clothes from dead stock. For its first collection, the brand collaborated with French fashion house Chloé and its creative director, Gabriela Hearst, to create a range of womenswear that will highlight the work of the artisans involved in its creation and use materials with low impact on the environment, informs Vogue.

Overcoming the separation from Brad Pitt, who recently moved in with his girlfriend, Ines de Ramon, and over the scandals related to the custody of the children, Angelina Jolie is increasingly focused on her career.

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt, when they were together, Sutterstock photo

In addition to returning to the big screen this year with the much-anticipated biopic 'Maria', the star will reprise his voice role as Master Tigress in the animated sequel 'Kung Fu Panda 4'. Her films “Every Note Played,” “Maleficent 3” and the spy thriller “Maude V Maude” are also in pre-production, according to IMBD. Additionally, she is working on the Broadway musical adaptation of “The Outsiders,” based on on SE Hinton's 1967 novel and Francis Ford Coppola's 1983 film.