Margot Robbie nailed red carpet look this summer, as she is globetrotting around the world. She is promoting her new film “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” which has given her the chance to showcase this summers best looks on the red carpet.
In the film “Once Upon a Time”, Robbie plays the role of the late Sharon Tate. Sharon Tate was an actress in the 60’s, who was known for her groovy mod ensembles. Robbie embodies the late actress perfectly in the movie, by wearing mid-calf boots, shiny leather trench coats and mini skirts.
But Robbie has decided to carry this 60’s vibe off the big screen into real life with her red carpet looks this summer, while endorsing her film. Plus it seems her co-stars Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio have been following suit but by wearing perfectly fitting jeans and Hawaiian shirts to the premieres.
The show isn’t about fashion but in decrypting a culture or an era in Hollywood in 1969. Quentin Tarantino wanted his characters to embrace not only the personalities but their fashion scene too. Once Upon a Time gives a glimpse into what life was like in Old Hollywood.
Margot Robbie is already an Oscar-nominated actress but we are sure after this film she will be more than just nominated. But how Tarantino cast her is a unique story, as exactly Robbie approached Tarantino and not vice versa. She wrote him a letter about how much she’d love to have him direct one day and that lead to a face-to-face conversation and being cast as Sharon Tate, the late wife of Roman Polanski.
Robbie is pulling out all the stops along with her personal stylist to channel her inner Disney Princess with her gorgeous summery gowns that are so wearable off the red carpet.
For example, she looked like Belle from Beauty and the Beast for the premiere in Berlin, with her marigold summery gown from Rosie Assoulin’s resort 2020 Collection. The dress had feminine bows on the back and a chic bustier top with full flowing skirt.
Even though she walked the red carpet with her co-star Leonardo DiCaprio who was casually dressed in jeans, she didn’t manage to look over dressed. We loved how she manages to carry off a super-elegant red carpet vibe but at the same time, we can imagine her wearing this for an afternoon brunch with friends.
Later at the premiere for Cine Star Cinema, she changed into a stunning olive-green gown designed by Jacquemus’s Spring 2020 collection. The delicate tiered full skirt with buttons all the way down with a slip dress top that perfects the look. For extra drama, it comes with a longer train. Robbie showed us that it is possible to look effortlessly beautiful; all you need is a beautiful long summer dress.
Earlier this year, for the premiere in Cannes, she took our breath away again, with her burnt-orange dress with a deep plunging neckline. We secretly think this look is what landed her contact with Channel.