Margot Robbie appeared stunningly beautiful in her latest Barbie-inspired outfit. The 33-year-old actress embraced the iconic Mattel doll’s aesthetic once more at the London premiere of the Greta Gerwig-directed Barbie film. For this occasion, she embodied the 1960s Enchanted Evening Barbie, wearing a custom-made Moonlight gown by Vivienne Westwood’s couture line, as confirmed by her stylist Andrew Mukamal on Instagram.
Like her doll counterpart, Robbie donned a blush pink satin draped corset dress with a matching side train, accented by a rose motif brooch inside the flower-shaped orb. The ensemble also featured a white tulle stole and matte ivory opera gloves.
Wearing a chic updo with face-framing bangs, the Oscar-nominated star styled the vintage look with a pair of silver peep-toe jeweled Christian Louboutin heels and a multilayered Assael pearl necklace and earrings.
Black sequin dress
Robbie’s enchanted ensemble comes after she sparkled in a black sequin dress that was an exact replica of the 1960s Barbie’s Solo in the Spotlight outfit while on the pink carpet of the Barbie world premiere in Los Angeles on Sunday.
The actress, who stars as the titular character in the upcoming film, wore a custom Schiaparelli Haute Couture bustier dress with sequin embroidery, designed by creative director Daniel Roseberry. The multi-layered tulle hem was decorated by a red hand-painted embroidered rose that matched Robbie’s red lipstick and toenails.
She accessorized her look with black opera gloves as she held onto a light pink silk mousseline scarf. She added a pair of black Manolo Blahnik peep-toe mules and Lorraine Schwartz diamond necklaces, earrings and ring to finish the look.
Margot Robbie also sported a retro high ponytail with a swooping side fringe in an identical match to the Spotlight Barbie also, which Mukamal confirmed was the inspiration for her head-to-toe look on Instagram.
Robbie’s hairstylist Bryce Scarlett strived for a “high-glamour doll-like” updo, as the pro began coming up with the look two months ago, when he first saw the Schiaparelli design.