French First Lady Brigitte Macron Wore a Sleek Outfit for Meeting With U2’s Bono

French first lady Brigitte Macron might have revealed herself as a major fan of U2 frontman Bono.

She posed for photos with Bono on Monday while the musician was visiting Élysée Palace in Paris to meet with her and her husband, President Emmanuel Macron. Bono was there on behalf of the One organization he started, which fights global poverty, particularly in Africa. According to CTV News, the first lady said after the meeting that one issue they discussed was education of girls and women in Africa.

When Macron and Bono, along with One president and CEO Gayle Smith, emerged from the palace, it appeared that Macron may have channeled Bono with her outfit. The first lady is known for her sleek style, but she certainly paid homage to Bono in her black top and black skinny pants, topped off with a gray military-style jacket, not unlike the statement jackets the musician is known for wearing. She completed the look with black pumps.

brigitte macron style bono
First lady of France Brigitte Macron (center) with U2’s Bono.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock
brigitte macron style bono
Brigitte Macron wore black skinny pants, a black top, gray military-style jacket and black pumps to meet with Bono in Paris.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock

Macron wore a similar jacket before at her husband’s inauguration in May. The jacket was also done in a military-inspired style, but in a light blue, and she paired it with a matching skirt.

Brigitte Trogneux, age, youth, fashion, style, louis vuitton, shoes, dress
Brigitte Macron wears head-to-toe Louis Vuitton.
CREDIT: REX Shutterstock

Want more?

France’s First Lady Brigitte Macron, 64, Has a Style Trick That Makes Her Look Younger

French President’s Wife Brigitte Macron Rocks Nude Louis Vuitton Pumps for Inauguration Day

French It-Girl Style Rules From France’s Most Chic Actresses Through the Decades

TOMS Sponsored By TOMS

Building Business to Improve Lives

TOMS discusses its approach to mental health awareness and female empowerment through impact initiatives in the footwear segment.
Learn More

Access exclusive content