Elizabeth Williams, the courtroom artist who covered the trials of R. Kelly and Ghislaine Maxwell, has an eye for style.
“She wore a black-and-white power suit, double-breasted and very graphic, with big lapels outlined in white. You could say she was making a statement.”
Elizabeth Williams could have been describing an uptown matron smartly turned out for lunch at Sant Ambroeus. But the subject was Gloria Allred, the women’s rights lawyer, whose image she captured in June as Ms. Allred stood in a federal courtroom in Manhattan awaiting sentencing of the singer R. Kelly for racketeering and sex trafficking.
Ms. Williams is a courtroom artist with a canny eye for style. A
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