Margot Robbie Is Superb in Barbie-Like Pink-and-White Gingham Set

The Australian actress portrays the doll in Greta Gerwig’s forthcoming film, which hits theaters in July.
Margot Robbie

Margot Robbie.


Actress Margot Robbie looked pretty in pink at CinemaCon 2023 while promoting her forthcoming film, Barbie, on April 25. Robbie, who stars in the Greta Gerwig-directed project, attended the Las Vegas event in a coordinated pink-and-white gingham bra top and skort with black piping across the bust.

The Prada ensemble, styled by Andrew Mukamal, showed off Robbie’s toned abs and long legs. She accessorized her Barbiecore look with appropriate pink peep-toe heels, diamond earrings and an ankle bracelet.

Makeup artist Pati Dubroff opted for a fresh base of makeup and a light pink lip, while hairstylist Bryce Scarlett coaxed the star’s long blonde locks into a sleek blowout parted to one side.

Mukamal showed off his client’s look on Instagram the day of the premiere.

“I’m Prada you for this look,” Madelyn Burke quipped in the comments.

“It’s giving SUPER STAR 🌟 💫,” Micah Jesse noted.

“You are doing the Lords work💓,” someone else joked.

“Perfection!” Hillary Kerr gushed.

Robbie was photographed with costar Ryan Gosling, who portrays Ken, on the red carpet. He donned a graphic T-shirt that read, “From Director Greta Gerwig,” underneath a pink jacket.

Barbie, which also stars America Ferrera, Will Ferrell, John Cena, Simu Liu and Issa Rae, hits theaters on July 21.


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