Margot Robbie stunned fans in a vintage-inspired, silky Versace gown as she graced the premiere of Babylon in her native Australia this week!
At the Sydney red carpet event, the Oscar nominee, 32, showed off her ample curves and toned figure in a periwinkle, low-cut, cinched dress with a daring thigh-high slit and red lace details that helped highlight her sculpted legs.
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Margot Robbie Rocks Sultry, Silky And Lace-Adorned Versace Gown On The Red Carpet
Robbie’s Versace gown is from the luxury Italian label’s Spring 1995 Couture collection, and it also features skimpy straps with gold embellishments, a corseted bodice and ruching. Its red lace detailing helped highlight the slit. Along with the breathtaking item, the Amsterdam actress paired matching light blue heels.
The Once Upon a Time in Hollywood alum wore her long blonde tresses down, parted in the middle and styled into elegant, loose waves. As for makeup, the I, Tonya star went for a subtle smokey eye look with voluminous lashes, added rosy, radiant blush along her cheekbones, and topped it all off with a glossy pink lip.
On the carpet, Robbie joined her Babylon co-stars for pictures, including Diego Calva, Phoebe Tonkin and Samara Weaving, who seemed to match Robbie in a baby blue gown.
Robbie Opens Up About Determination To Star In Babylon And ‘Grueling’ Filming Process
In an interview with W Magazine this month, Robbie noted that her role in Babylon as silent film actor Nellie LaRoy was a part that she felt drawn to, instantly. (This could explain her amazing performance!)
In the film, Robbie’s character LaRoy is a bubbly, vivacious and wild Hollywood partier. “When I got the script for Babylon, I felt I had to do it,” she explained. “I’ve never felt that way about a script. I was frantic—at one point, I suggested showing up at the director’s house. When we eventually met, I said, ‘I have to play this character—she’s mine.’”
The Birds of Prey alum went on, adding, “Playing a crazy girl isn’t difficult for me. [Laughs] Back then, in the 1920s, there was more cocaine in L.A. than there is today. Thirty-year-olds were running the studios, and 20-year-olds were becoming millionaires.”
She continued, “There were no rules—it was a completely new industry, and nothing was regulated. They had a lot of fun, a lot of partying. Nellie is at the center of that world. And she doesn’t wear a lot of clothing! One of the main costumes I wear in the film is overalls with no bra, no top, nothing—and no one loves dressing up more than me.”
Babylon is currently showing in theaters, and the film (which also stars Brad Pitt, Tobey Maguire and more) is also available to stream on Amazon Prime.