We’re Obsessed With Margot Robbie in These 1990s Versace Outfits

The actress wore two vintage designer looks for press events in Australia.
Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie.


While promoting the forthcoming Barbie film in her native Australia on Friday, Margot Robbie wore two different vintage Versace outfits that totally stole the show.

One, from the designer brand’s fall-winter 1994 collection, featured a cropped pink fuzzy turtleneck paired with a pleated pink iridescent mini skirt. Stylist Andrew Mukamal paired the Barbiecore look with purple socks and a pair of heeled white loafers. Hairstylist Bryce Scarlett coaxed Robbie’s blonde locks into a sleek blowout, while makeup artist Pati Dubroff opted for peachy-pink lids and a nude lip.

Mukamal shared his client’s look on Instagram to tons of fanfare.

“Iconic! 🙌 This will be the best press tour ever,” one person wrote. “Thank you for all these incredible Barbie looks! 👏.”

“Absolutely crushing it this tour. It’s a marathon of of thoughtfulness and fun,” someone else applauded. “A journey in itself. Thanks for the absolute joy via eyeballs.”

Robbie’s additional vintage Versace look of the day was a shimmery pink mini dress, also from the brand’s fall-winter collection in 1994. This time, Mukamal chose clear Manolo Blahnik open-back pumps for footwear, and fans on IG went just as wild over the entire ensemble.

“All the outfits you’ve styled her in are perfect. Perfect ❤️,” one person noted.

“Andrew you understand the assignments 💖,” someone else declared.

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