Margot Robbie Ditches Barbie Pink For a Black Cutout Cape Dress at the "Amsterdam" Premiere
Setting aside her neon "Barbie" wardrobe for the "Amsterdam" premiere, Margot Robbie made a stylish red carpet appearance in London on Sept. 21. Joined by director David O. Russell and her fellow castmates — including Christian Bale, Rami Malek, and Andrea Riseborough — the actress arrived in a black cutout dress with a sheer floor-length cape by Celine. Her sheer cape wrapped around her neck like a statement scarf and trailed behind as she floated through Odeon Luxe Leicester Square.
The sleeveless dress featured a plunging V-neckline and an intricate keyhole cutout above a prominent midriff cutout that created the illusion of a crop top and maxi skirt. Her stylist, Kate Young, paired the look with crystal-embellished heeled sandals by Giuseppe Zanotti and Messika jewelry.
Similar to Lizzo's ruffled Giambattista Valli dress at the Emmys, Robbie's cape lent itself to a number of dramatic photo ops at the premiere. With a flick of her hand and the occasional swaying of her skirt, Robbie's ensemble billowed — no off-camera wind machine necessary — with every step she took in her silver heels. While the dark color palette is in contrast with her recent Barbie-pink aesthetic, the glamorous gown is also worthy of a night out in the pink Corvette.
From her skirt slit to the delicate spaghetti straps, every detail of her red carpet dress was stunning. "Beautiful," Julianne Moore commented on Young's Instagram photos of the finished ensemble.
See Robbie's monochrome look at the "Amsterdam" premiere from all angles ahead.