While early in the day this week, Margot Robbie ended up being a bride that is blushing white lace at the New York premiere of her upcoming movie, Amsterdamwhen it came time to promote the project in Europe, the actress did a style 180. An unexpected choice for the actress in more ways than one on Wednesday, Robbie arrived to the movie’s London premiere in a vampy black look.
Robbie stepped in the carpet that is red a monochrome dress from Celine, featuring a tight, ruched top with multiple keyhole cutouts, a slice across the upper waist to reveal her abs, and a maxi skirt. It was the cape, however, wrapped around the actress ‘neck and flowing behind her, that really added to the aesthetic that is vampiric of appearance. Capes are actually a favorite red carpeting trend lately— they certainly were well-represented during the Emmy Awards final week—and now with Robbie’s approval, this indicates we must become accustomed to seeing the added textile in the carpet that is red.
The dress is a departure from Robbie’s usual style, mostly because of the designer. The Chanel ambassador hasn’t worn a look by another label on a major carpet that is red about couple of years, since she wore Dries van Noten to your Birds of Prey premiere in 2020. It is uncertain why she decided now to combine things up. It really is thought the cast opted to put on black colored away from respect for Queen Elizabeth’s moving, as a result of premiere’s location of London.
Robbie was accompanied by some of her costars in the carpeting, including Christian Bale, Rami Malek, and Andrea Riseborough, who all also dressed up in black colored for the event. a lot of Amsterdam’s other movie stars, but, had been lacking through the occasion. Anya Taylor-Joy was not in attendance, she is currently in Nashville, where
at the annual Nashville Songwriter Awards as she is currently in Australia, shooting the (*)Mad Max (*)prequel, (*)furiosa (*)Taylor Swift, who is briefly featured in the movie was also missing from the premiere, but. It’s too bad she couldn’t make the premiere, though, as the Michael Kors dress she wore awards would have been perfect for the all-black carpet that is red. (*)Dave J Hogan/Getty ImagesEntertainment/Getty Pictures(*)