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Margot Robbie’s Most Recent Honorary Pathway Look Could Be The Most ‘Barbie’ Yet — And It’s Not Even Pink

After what feels like ages of stalling, the Barbie press visit is at long last slowing down in front of the film’s July 21 dramatic delivery. Also, in the wake of making stops all over the planet in Sydney, Seoul, and practically wherever between, Margot Robbie and her team arrived on Barbie’s home turf (kind of) in radiant Southern California — home of the doll’s genuine Malibu dreamhouse.

For this honorary pathway outing, Robbie stunned every one of us by accomplishing something we never saw coming: skirting pink completely for a glitz dark outfit. You can definitely relax, however, her dark sequin Schiaparelli dress remained consistent with her new collection of Mattel-endorsed looks, directing the 1960 Independent At the center of attention doll. The shimmery strapless piece had a body-embracing A-line structure that cut off at her shins and transformed into a voluminous tulle trim that jabbed out every which way, giving fans a look at her dark peep-toe Manolo Blahnik slides.

Robbie and her beautician Andrew Mukamal then, at that point, flaunted their distrustful scrupulousness with a solitary red rosette roosted along the frilly tutu, very much like the first doll’s dress. Robbie decorated with dark velvet drama gloves, a layered jewel choker from Lorraine Schwartz, and a blush hanky (all almost indistinguishable from the doll’s). Robbie’s light hair was styled in a high-pig tail updo with finger twists at the edge, and she mirrored Barbie’s glitz with a striking red lip and unobtrusive eye cosmetics.

Robbie’s past Barbie looks have included matching sets from Moschino, custom Atelier Versace manifestations, legacy Hervé Léger minis, and a large number of Manolo Blahnik heels fit for a genuine doll. Robbie’s beautician, Mukamal, has been plunging profound into the Barbie mythos for the looks, which have drawn on the absolute most notorious looks from the toy’s celebrated history, from ’80s-motivated pantsuits to midcentury legacies.

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