The actress, who is currently traversing the globe to promote Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, has turned its premieres and photo calls into a showcase for the very best in warm weather style.
Here’s a look at her latest red carpet looks:
Margot Robbie poses as she arrives for the London premiere of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”, in London, Britain July 30, 2019. Photo Credit: REUTERS/Simon Dawson
Robbie poses as she arrives for the Berlin premiere of “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood”, in Berlin, Germany, August 1, 2019. Photo Credit: REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch
Margot Robbie Channelled the 70s in a Breathtaking Chanel Gown (24/07/2019)
Margot Robbie channelled the 70s in a breathtaking Chanel gown when she made her appearance at the LA premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s anticipated Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. It came as no surprise that it was Chanel that Robbie chose for her red carpet look, given the actresses has been an ambassador for the French fashion and beauty house since early 2018.
While her ethereal Chanel gown undoubtedly stole the show, we’re also more than a little bit obsessed with the actresses latest beauty look which also paid a subtle nod to the 1970s. Robbie’s go-to make-up artist Pati Dubroff opted for unexpected orange-tinged shades of cooper eyeshadow paired with an on-trend glossy lip. Dubroff shared her inspiration for Robbie’s retro look on her Instagram stories: an image from a 1970s Vogue shoot with model Lauren Hutton.
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Margot Robbie has been cast in the first ever live-action Barbie movie as she says the doll ‘promotes confidence’.
Margot Robbie has officially signed on to produce and star in a live-action Barbie movie, according to reports by E! News. Warner Bros. and Mattel have reportedly gone into partnership to bring the franchise to theaters in its first ever live-action feature film.
“Playing with Barbie promotes confidence, curiosity and communication throughout a child’s journey to self-discovery, said the Australian actress in a statement. “Over the brand’s almost 60 years, Barbie has empowered kids to imagine themselves in aspirational roles from a princess to president.
“I’m so honoured to take on this role and produce a film that I believe will have a tremendously positive impact on children and audiences worldwide.”
Robbie is best known for The Wolf Of Wall Street in 2013, Suicide Squad in 2016, I, Tonya in 2017 and Mary Queen Of Scots in 2018.
“Barbie is one of the most iconic franchises in the world and we are excited to partner with Warner Bros. Pictures and Margot Robbie to bring her to life on the big screen. We look forward to building on this collaboration with Warner Bros. Pictures as we tell the stories of our beloved brands,” Ynon Kreiz, chairman and CEO of Mattel, said in a statement.
Margot Robbie is one of Australia’s greatest exports. Here, the Hollywood sweetheart, who is set to star in Barbie a movie about Mattel’s iconic doll, shares her bizarre beauty secrets.
Caudalie facial mist
Robbie told elle.com she loves the smell of the Caudalie Facial Mist, which is made of 100 per cent natural origin ingredients. According to the en.caudalie.com website, the spray is famously used as a make-up correction spray: “This multi-tasking mist sets make-up, tones and tightens pores and gives the skin an instant boost of radiance”.
Complexion Correction Pads
Margot Robbie spends a lot of time jet-setting around the world and told Elle.com.au she relies on Peter Thomas Roth Complexion Correction Pads to cleanse her skin at 30,000 feet. “I hate that feeling of not being able to wash my face … I use these pads and my face feels really good,” she said.
Bepanthen is actually a nipple cream for mums who are breastfeeding. It’s also used a a nappy rash cream for babies. Robbie told Elle.com that because Bepanthen is just a cream for dry skin it really works. She also told the magazine that she believes most lip balms have additives in them which dry your lips out so you have to keep buying them.
Margot Robbie, whose first big break was on the soap opera Neighbours, says she uses a toothbrushto brush foundation into her hairline so that it blends. The actress told Harpers Bazaar that she does this because she has blonde hair but tanned skin and if she doesn’t blend it, “it looks gross”.
Underground Aussie moisturiser
The dermatologist who created Bloc Cosmetics Citrus Moisturiser has a skincare line called Bloc Cosmetics. Margot Robbie told Elle.com.au she swears by the underground day-night moisturiser which we predict could become a cult item for those wishing to emulate the star’s glowing complexion.
Treatment masks are the next big thing for hydrating skin. While they are not bona fide bizarre, they look a bit freaky when Margot Robbie wears them while having her hair done. Robbie told Elle.com.authat she is obsessed with the Skin111 Bio Cellulose Facial Treatment Mask, which her make-up artist Patti Dubroff got her hooked on. She says she relies on the masks in the lead-up to sashaying down a red carpet as the serum they’re soaked in helps supplement her skincare regime.