At the 2024 Golden Globes Afterparty, Margot Robbie wore a black version of the pink Armani gown inspired by Barbie
The Barbie actress and co-producer looked stunning as she attended the 2024 Golden Globes afterparty on Sunday at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles.
Robbie looked stunning in a black rendition of her 1977 SuperStar Barbie-inspired pink custom Giorgio Armani Privé gown, which she had previously walked the Beverly Hilton red carpet in.
Simultaneously with the pink variant, Robbie’s ankles were covered by the shimmering black dress, which also had a V-neck and sequins.
The celebrity appeared to be in high spirits, grinning broadly and letting her hair fall into a middle-parted look. She carried a tiny black purse and matched sharp shoes along with a tulle boa.
On Sunday night, Robbie’s 2023 blockbuster movie Barbie took home its first Golden Globe for best picture and best box office performance.
Best original song for a motion picture went to Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas for their song “What Was I Made For?” from the movie’s soundtrack.
In addition to playing Barbie, Robbie and her husband Tom Ackerley co-produced the movie through their production company, LuckyChap Entertainment, which they co-founded in 2014 with Josey McNamara and Sophia Kerr.
Actress Greta Gerwig, who won the Golden Globe with Robbie for best picture and best box office performance, remarked,“Thank you to everybody, all the Barbies and Kens in front of and behind the screen. It was the greatest, most joyful show of craftsmanship and passion I’ve ever seen,”
As for Lady Gaga, Robbie said on the Golden Globes red carpet that she believes she’ll be fantastic as Harley Quinn in the upcoming Joker: Folie à Deux sequel.
“Oh my God, she’s going to crush it. Are you kidding? She’s going to be amazing. I can’t wait to see it,” the actress said to Marc Malkin of Variety.
“I actually haven’t spoke to her about it,” continued Robbie, who portrayed Harley in the 2016 blockbuster Suicide Squad and its two sequels. . “I almost don’t want to know, so I can save it for the surprise when I get to see the movie.”