Menu

16.02.18 Premiere

Margot Robbie In Louis Vuitton – ‘I, Tonya’ London Premiere

Margot Robbie joined her ‘I, Tonya’ co-star Allison Janney for the London premiere this evening (February 15).

If you were to say this custom Louis Vuitton sequin dress was good, I’m afraid I would have to correct you.

It’s outstanding, exceptional, magnificent, phenomenal and so much more.

I’m going to be bullish by saying that this is the very moment many of you have been waiting (campaigning) for.

There is so much to take in. The mesmerizing dress, the sleek hair and the makeup.

This is a perfect example of how the stars (and your stylists) align to give you a breath-taking moment, and a sure-fire entry onto my BDOTY list.

Credit: Getty

15.02.18

Front Row @ Calvin Klein Fall 2018

There was to be no shortage of stars on the front row at the Calvin Klein Fall 2018 show, held on Tuesday (February 13), where the looks were just as diverse as the ladies themselves.

Nicole Kidman: I will always struggle with how satiny fabrics photograph, but seeing this Calvin Klein Spring 2018 look translated off the runway on Nicole, and I think she did it justice—even in spite of its cowgirl shirt-meets-retro diner uniform mood.

Lupita Nyong’o: Not only was the periwinkle hue of the blouse a radiant offering, the drama of the pouf sleeves added a layer of girly romance–to which the black skirt merely acted as the canvas to celebrate it.

Margot Robbie: I love how the ‘I, Tonya’ actress took this Calvin Klein Fall 2017 jacket and stripped away the rest of the elements to make a dress. It had an insouciant chicness about it; a vibe that was only furthered by her mismatched sandals, giant hoop earrings, and slicked-back bun.

Read More…

09.02.18

Margot Robbie In Prada – Santa Barbara International Film Festival

Margot Robbie attended the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Thursday (February 8) and received the Outstanding Performers of the Year Award along with her ‘I, Tonya’ costar Allison Janney.

The actress has been on a fashion high rotating from charmingly sweet styles to sexy silhouettes.

Her Prada separates channel the former mood with their pastel brocade fabric and the bow detail.

This is a look that I could have seen on Elle or Dakota Fanning, but I think it still fits into her wheelhouse.

The tailoring and her soft-but-not-cutesy styling, give the outfit a pretty elegance without veering into saccharine territory.

Credit: Getty

Margot Robbie In Chloe – The Late Late Show with James Corden

Fresh from the 90th Annual Academy Awards Nominees Luncheon, Margot Robbie swung by ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ on Monday (February 5) as the Oscar nominee continues to promote her starring role in ‘I, Tonya.’

In so doing, she brought a renewed sense of vibrant energy to this Chloe Spring 2018 frock.

I love the swishy movement of the flared skirt to offer a girlish allure alongside the quirky, tarot-card-printed design.

Sleek, complementary sandals and side-parted waves ensured a chic sense of sophistication to finish out the look.

Credit: Vogue.com & CBS

Margot Robbie In Chanel – 90th Annual Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon

Margot Robbie was also at the 90th Annual Academy Awards Nominee Luncheon on Monday (February 5) in Beverly Hills, California, where Greta Gerwig and Saoirse Ronan were also in attendance.

Her Chanel Pre-Fall 2018 frock, complete with a Chanel quilted handbag, was such a sweet-chic way to dress for a lunch.

The textural, raw fringe effect of the dress in partnership with the metal embellishment was offered as a smart, modern iteration on iconic Chanel style that Margot wore effortlessly with her blonde waves and au naturel makeup.

I was charmed. Were you?

Credit: Vogue.com & Getty

Margot Robbie In Brock Collection – ‘Peter Rabbit’ LA Premiere

Margot Robbie made a delightful entrance at the ‘Peter Rabbit’ LA premiere on Saturday (February 3).

Brimming with a breath of spring air, this Brock Collection Pre-Fall 2018 floral corset dress perfectly demonstrated the label’s raw and romantic aesthetic.

I could have done without the one-sided ruffle detail on the bodice, which was a bit awkward, but this was still such a fun, joyous look.

Emphasizing the more lighthearted, girlish femininity of the frock, Margot styled it with a wispy ’do and a watermelon lip. I love how she further played into the film with her Judith Leiber ‘Rabbit’ purse.

Credit: Vogue.com & Getty