- In her latest adorable stroll through New York City with boyfriend Emilo Vitolo, Jr., Katie Holmes showed off a cool, artistic hobby as she and Emilio snapped pictures on a large, black SLR camera.
- Katie and Emilio, a well-known chef, sported matching black face masks from evolvetogether for the walk on Wednesday.
- Katie wrote about exploring creative hobbies with her 14-year-old daughter, Suri Cruise, during quarantine in an essay for the November 2020 issue of Vogue Australia. "Hobbies such as sewing, painting and writing became new hallmarks of satisfaction and having had time at home to just be," she wrote. "To listen. To live for a moment in time without the pressure of results and instead appreciate the natural rhythms of mother and daughter was the most precious gift."
Katie Holmes was spotted out and about, showcasing a very artistic talent this week.
During a walk outside in New York City on Wednesday with her boyfriend, noted chef Emilio Vitolo, Jr., Katie held a large camera and snapped pictures of the snowy cityscape. Katie and Emilio engaged in some cutesy couple-ness, with both of them sporting black face masks from evolvetogether.
As usual, of course, Katie kept the rest of her outfit chic AF on the walk, this time in a mostly monochrome look in shades of gray and white. Katie wore wide-legged gray jeans and a white crew-neck sweater, which she paired with a cozy-looking, oversized gray wool coat, and a maroon newsboy cap that was just downright adorable. The 42-year-old actress accessorized the ensemble with a pair of Le Canon Boots in Noir by Frame and a leather "Sidekick" shoulder tote by Harmin.
If you have hundreds of extra dollars burning a hole in your pocket and want to shop Katie's accessories, you can below:This isn't the first news we've gotten about Katie's inner artist. The actress recently opened up about exploring creative hobbies in quarantine with her 14-year-old daughter, Suri Cruise.
"Hobbies such as sewing, painting and writing became new hallmarks of satisfaction and having had time at home to just be," Katie wrote in a piece for Vogue Australia in November 2020. "To listen. To live for a moment in time without the pressure of results and instead appreciate the natural rhythms of mother and daughter was the most precious gift."
Katie and Suri also memorably worked on adorable tie-dye projects during quarantine. Katie shared pictures of their masterpieces on Instagram last spring: