12 Times Margo Robbie Wore Barbie-Inspired Dresses on the Red Carpet

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As the whole world was looking forward to the Barbie movie premiere, the main actress, Margot Robbie, did a great job in keeping the fans super-interested. One of the ways she did it were her red carpet appearances. Lots of her outfits were inspired by Barbie dolls from various time periods, and the work of everyone involved in this was truly impressive.

For the press-conference in Seoul, Margot Robbie wore Moschino skirt suit which was inspired by a “Sparkling Pink” Barbie from 1964.

At another premiere, the actress wore a second dress that belongs to “Brunette Bubble Cut” Barbie from 1962. Dilara Findikoglu was the one who designed the outfit.

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At the official premiere of the movie, Robbie wore a wonderful black dress inspired by “Solo in the Spotlight” Barbie from 1960. The dress was designed by Schiaparelli Haute Couture.

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At the premiere in Mexico, Margot transformed into “Earring Magic” Barbie from 1992 with the help of Balmain.

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At the European premiere of Barbie in London, Margot transformed into “Enchanted Evening” Barbie, with Vivienne Westwood designing her dress.

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At a photocall in Mexico, the actress chose to wear “Totally Hair” Barbie’s outfit that was designed by Emilio Pucci.

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At the first photocall of the movie in Los Angeles, Margot wore a Valentino dress in order to pay tribute to “Pink and Fabulous” Barbie from 2015.

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At the pink carpet in Seoul before the premiere, Margot transformed into “Day to Night” Barbie.

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Both of these outfits were designed by Versace.

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At an event in Sydney, Australia, Margot wore a metallic dress by Versace that looks quite similar to “Happy Birthday” Barbie.

And here is Margot in a 1959’s “Swimsuit” Barbie outfit designed by Hervé Léger.

As we can see, Margot Robbie and the Barbie movie’s team did a great job paying tribute to the iconic dolls. However, this was certainly not the first time celebrities referenced their roles on the red carpet.

Preview photo credit Ahn Young-joon/Associated Press/East News, banana_slippers / Reddit, JUNG YEON-JE/AFP/East News, banana_slippers / Reddit


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