Margot Robbie Goes For Classic Glam at Los Angeles ‘Once Upon A Time In Hollywood’ Premiere

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By Now, Margot Robbie has become a fan sweetheart for everyone. Since her huge breakout role in The Wolf of Wall Street, or the edgy bad girl Harley Quinn in Suicide Squad, Robbie has been a non-stop throb in Hollywood. In her latest film Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, she’s circling back around to meet her old co-star, Leonardo DiCaprio, and new co-star, Brad Pitt in an action packed film set in old town Hollywood. On the night of the Los Angeles premiere, Robbie met the film’s theme with an ode to Old Hollywood in the most unexpected way.

Margot knows how to command attention, whether on screen or the Red Carpet, and with a responsive glam team as such the efforts become effortless. Last night, was the Los Angeles premiere for the film and Robbie stunned with a classic beauty look inspired by an Old Hollywood muse, Laura Hutton. The actress beamed in an all white flowing masterpiece by Chanel that swept the carpet as she swayed in the floor length gown. Competing the look was an inspiration fro a 1973 Vogue photoshoot of Hutton shot by Richard Avedon. Makeup Artist Pati Dubroff brushed a copper brown shadow pushing through Robbies delicate blue eyes, with a matching glossy lip. Completing the old-time Hollywood glamour she sported her shoulder length blonde waves by long-time hairstylist Bryce Scarlett, proving classic glam will never go out of style.

 

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