Margot Robbie gained’t cease dressing like a Barbie doll—and we’re not mad about it.
The actor has as soon as once more tapped into the Mattel doll’s sartorial archives to re-create one other glamorous Barbie look. At a press convention in Seoul earlier this week, Robbie wore a hot-pink Moschino skirt go well with consisting of a fitted lapel-less blazer, an asymmetrical midriff-baring crop prime, and a miniskirt. The trio of items—together with an identical hot-pink pillbox hat and a heart-shaped purse with a quilted exterior—had been all bedazzled with glittering crystal studs. Lastly, she topped the look off with shiny pink heeled mules from Manolo Blahnik and pearl earrings from Tiffany & Co.
Celeb stylist Andrew Mukamal shared an image of the outfit’s inspiration on Instagram: a 1964-era “Glowing Pink” Barbie wearing a shiny baby-pink night coat, draped midi costume, and bow-adorned hat.
Mukamal is the visionary behind Robbie’s rotation of Barbie-inspired outfits through the rollout for Greta Gerwig’s extremely anticipated Barbie film, which formally drops in theaters later this month. Collectively, the stylist and actor have created a memorable press-tour wardrobe that always references the enduring doll’s storied vogue historical past.
As an illustration, at an look in Australia final month, Mukamal and Robbie drew inspiration from the black-and-white swimsuit worn by the unique 1959 Barbie. As a substitute of carrying a precise duplicate of the one-piece, Robbie shocked in a black-and-white striped minidress by Hervé Léger, together with a pair of shiny black heels from Manolo Blahnik.
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