On Monday, Jolie posed with five of her children — 16-year-old Zahara, as well as Maddox, 20, Shiloh, 15, and twins Vivienne and Knox, 13 — on the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of Marvel's Eternals.
For the occasion, Zahara wore a dress straight from her mom's closet. The teen donned Jolie's 2014 Academy Awards look from Elie Saab Couture, a shimmering silver and champagne-colored gown.
The rest of the family embraced neutrals — and rewears! — for the red carpet appearance. Jolie wore a draped brown Balmain gown, with vintage Tiffany & Co. jewelry, Beladora bracelets and a custom Nina Berenato lip cuff, while Shiloh and Vivienne matched in similar earthy tones. Maddox and Knox opted for black and dark green suits, respectively.
"My kids are all mixed with vintage, and in my old Oscars dress. We did all vintage and upcycled my old stuff," Jolie told ET on the red carpet.
Shiloh donned a tan Gabriela Hearst dress Jolie recently wore to a trip to France this summer.
On Sept. 30, Zahara stepped out with her mom for Variety's Power of Women event in Beverly Hills. The mother-daughter duo was attached at the hip while walking the carpet together.
They shared many hugs and smiles ahead of the dinner, where Jolie gave a speech praising poet Amanda Gorman for giving a voice to women at such a young age.
The Maleficent actress opened up last year about being "in awe of" Zahara, praising her as "an extraordinary African woman."
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"My daughter is from Ethiopia, one of my children … And I have learned so much from her. She is my family, but she is an extraordinary African woman and her connection to her country, her continent, is her own and it's something I only stand back in awe of," Jolie said of her daughter, whom she adopted in 2005.
Jolie is also mom to 17-year-old Pax. She parents all six children with ex-husband Brad Pitt.
"Each is a beautiful way of becoming family," said the mother of six. "What is important is to speak with openness about all of it and to share. 'Adoption' and 'orphanage' are positive words in our home. With my adopted children, I can't speak of pregnancy, but I speak with much detail and love about the journey to find them and what it was like to look in their eyes for the first time."
"All adopted children come with a beautiful mystery of a world that is meeting yours," Jolie shared. "When they are from another race and foreign land, that mystery, that gift, is so full. For them, they must never lose touch with where they came from. They have roots that you do not."
"Honor them. Learn from them. It's the most amazing journey to share," she said. "They are not entering your world — you are entering each other's worlds."