She often appears in quirky attire, and today was no different for Shiloh Jolie-Pitt.
The five-year-old was spotted wearing a tuxedo-print T-shirt as she arrived at LAX with mother Angelina Jolie and sister Zahara today.
With her cropped hair, masculine khakis and sporty trainers, she was the antithesis of her girly older sister.
Seven-year-old Zahara sported a top imprinted with a leopard, blue jeans and soft knee-high boots.
The blue braids she's been wearing lately were also present.
The girls' superstar mother was as simple and elegant as ever in a black trench coat, khaki skinny trousers and ballet flats.
Minus daughter Vivienne, all the girls of the Jolie-Pitt family were together as they prepared to board a flight to France.
The entire family, including boys Knox, Maddox and Pax, joined father Brad Pitt in New Orleans over the weekend.
The Moneyball actor has been in town trying to rebuild his beloved city.
He fell in love with the southern town after he filmed movie Interview With A Vampire with Tom Cruise there in 1994.
He and partner Jolie, 36, own their own property in the city's French Quarter.
Pitt has been tireless in his aid work since Hurricane Katrina decimated the area in 2005.
'Each time I come back to New Orleans and drive over that bridge, I get this swell of joy,' Pitt told Reuters, his eyes going watery. 'It's means a lot to me to watch that neighbourhood take shape.'
The actor shared his feelings about the city and its recovery with a few thousand people on Saturday evening, as he and comedian Ellen DeGeneres, a New Orleans native, hosted the Make It Right Foundation's biggest fundraiser at a New Orleans hotel.
Billed as A Night to Make It Right, the star-studded, sold-out gala drew up to 1,200 guests who paid between $1,000 and $2,500 to attend a dinner.
The food was prepared by New Orleans celebrity chefs John Besh and Emeril Lagasse, and a concert featuring musical stars Rihanna, Sheryl Crow, Seal and Dr. John.
The lineup included Hollywood luminaries and honorary hosts Sean Penn, Spike Lee, Josh Brolin and Kevin Spacey.
Pitt estimated the events and sponsorships would raise $4 million for Make it Right, which aims to build 150 homes in the Lower Ninth Ward and has pulled in about $30 million since its founding four years ago.
PS BBZ is everything Willow Smith WISHES she was. Fall back wit dat hurr whippin.