Margot Robbie Expertly Channels Vintage Barbie in Black-and-White Mini Dress

The star’s stylist recreated the original 1959 doll’s look down to the accessories.
Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie.

The Barbie press tour is the gift that keeps on giving. Margot Robbie, who stars in the forthcoming Greta Gerwig-directed film, has been nailing her trendy Barbiecore looks at promotional events lately. 

While most of the star’s ensembles have adopted a pretty-in-pink color palette, stylist Andrew Mukamal recently dressed Robbie in a showstopping custom Hervé Léger black-and-white mini dress. The frock is modeled after the original 1959 Mattel doll, and Mukamal styled the ensemble down to the exact accessories. Robbie also donned black peep-toe Manolo Blahnik heels and a white pair of cat eye sunglasses by Jacques Marie Mage.

He showed off his client’s incredible look on Instagram on Thursday.

Hairstylist Bryce Scarlett swept Robbie’s blonde locks up into a perky ponytail with a wavy face-framing bang left loose, while makeup artist Pati Dubroff opted for simple yet chic glam.

“ANDREW WE LOVE YOU,” one fan wrote in the comments section. “THANK YOU FOR DRESSING HER UP SO GOOD.”

“Best promo tour yet because it’s relevant, smart (with the references and call back), stylish and actually… FUN!” someone else added.

“The historical accuracy!!!!” another person applauded. “The iconic Herve leger bandage dress!! The nail colour!! The earrings!! The hair!! The Manolos!! 🤯🥹🤌*chefs kiss*.”

Barbie hits theaters on July 21 and also stars Ryan Gosling, Will Ferrell, Simu Liu, Michael Cera, Kate McKinnon and Dua Lipa.

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