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The last time we saw Margot Robbie was on her 29th birthday. The Australian actor chose to forgo partying to sit on the sidelines at Chanel’s haute couture autumn/winter 2019 show and fulfil her role as brand ambassador. Who could blame her? Robbie’s contract declaring her as the face of Chanel fragrances was only signed in May, and there’s the storied fashion archives for Robbie and her stylist Kate Young to explore and countless outfit options to wear.
It came as a surprise, then, that Robbie strayed from the house’s collections – past or present – when it came to promoting her new film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, in which she plays Sharon Tate. For the photocall with director Quentin Tarantino and co-stars Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio, Robbie looked to US designer Derek Lam. Her wide-shouldered white dress with belted waist and waterfall hemline detail looked elegant, but not overblown, against her male counterparts and a busy set comprising film paraphernalia.
Of course, hair stylist Bryce Scarlett and make-up artist Pati Dubroff (the other two members of Robbie’s glam squad) were on hand to turn the Chanel representative’s beauty look into a turning point. Gone were the surfer-girl plaits we have seen her wear on the film’s promo trail before, and in were undone, blown out Hollywood waves. A dusky orange hue was painted on her eyelids, lips and nails to bring the glowy California aesthetic associated with her character back in the photo frames.
As Pitt and DiCaprio, who were decidedly dressed down, took it upon themselves to leap in front of the photographer, it was up to Robbie to hold court and represent one of the most stylish films of the year.
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