She promoted her new film Her Smell during the Toronto International Film Festival at the weekend.
But by Tuesday Amber Heard was already in New York to attend the annual charity day at Cantor Fitzgerald.
The 32-year-old made an interesting fashion statement with a blue floral dress with floral print and a pair of white heels.
Flower style: Amber Heard was already in New York to attend the annual charity day at Cantor Fitzgerald
Feeling blue: the 32-year-old made an interesting fashion statement with a blue floral dress with floral print and a pair of white heels
The relatively simple appearance was also not heavily accessorized, in which the actress Justice League opted for nothing more than a pair of earrings and a series of jewelry around her fingers.
Heard wore a few hair curls as she rocked a red lipstick that seemed to fit well with her nail polish.
The charitable efforts of Amber are not that surprising.
In August, the Hollywood star announced to the fans she had signed to become the Counselor of One Young World, a non-profit organization that brings together passionate young leaders to end the world's largest economic issues.
All smiles: Heard wore a few hair shavings as she rocked a red lipstick that seemed to fit well with her nail polish
Barbara shares her joy to collaborate with the company and wasted no time to flood the news to her 1.2 million fans on Instagram.
Wees Be as enthusiastic as a @ OneYoungWorld Counselor and join young leaders from more than 190 countries in The Hague! #bethechange # OYW2018, & # 39; subtitled the photo.
Heard joins a long line of celebrities who have joined the company in the hope that their support will help make a difference.
Akon, Terry Crews, Emma Watson and Meghan Markle are just a few of the well-known names that already have an advisory role in the organization.
Quick stop: Amber will not be in New York too long if she prepares to start her promotional tour for her upcoming film London Fields
Amber will not be in New York for too long if she prepares to start her promotional tour for her upcoming London Fields film.
The film, which was shown for the first time at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2015, has had endless delays for an official release after his producers have indicted Heard and claimed to have sabotaged the premiere at TiFF.
Earlier this month a settlement was reached, whereby GVN Releasing now has the rights to distribute the blockbuster, with Billy Bob Thornton in the lead role, on 26 October.
"Amber is happy to leave this matter behind, she should never have been brought to trial," a representative of the actress said in an official statement.
A premiere for the film is still expected next month.
Logged in: The beauty took the board of Cantor to sign her name