Margot Robbie Is Effortlessly Classy In An Elegant Off-The-Shoulder Black Sequin Dress With A Plunging Neckline
Margot Robbie made a stunning, shimmering entrance at the 95th Annual Academy Awards in a sequin-adorned black gown that we’re still not over. The Oscar nominee, 32, presented at the ceremony while donning a plunging, curve-hugging Giorgio Armani Privé dress with an Old Hollywood-esque, off-the-shoulder neckline.
The Barbie actress walked onstage in the hourglass piece beside Morgan Freeman who donned a crisp, classic tuxedo. After she skipped the red carpet, Robbie helped mark 100 years of Warner Bros. along with Freeman, 85.
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Margot Robbie Stuns In Low-Cut, Figure-Hugging Black Armani Gown
Robbie stepped out in sleek black Manolo Blahnik heels and accessorized her glamorous ensemble with jewelry pieces from Lorraine Schwartz, including rectangle diamond drop earrings and a matching diamond ring.
To complete her look, the Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey star wore her signature long blonde tresses down, parted in the center and styled into loose waves. As for her makeup, Robbie rocked a glittery, icy eyeshadow color, voluminous lashes, rosy, warm blush and a glossy pink lipstick to top it all off.
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At the Oscars, Robbie’s latest film Babylon scored three nominations for production design, costume design, and original score, although Robbie herself was not individually nominated for her leading role as budding actress Nellie LaRoy (who adapts to 1920s Hollywood transitioning from silent films to talkies in the film). In our eyes, however, she was definitely one of the ‘best dressed’ of the evening!
Robbie is a two-time Oscar nominee. For her role as Tonya Harding in 2017’s I, Tonya, Robbie was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Actress. She was also nominated for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in 2019’s Bombshell.
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