Barbiecore is back, baby.
Margot Robbie might have dressed in an edgy brown look for her first red carpet since the SAG-AFTRA strike ended, but she was back to recreating iconic Barbies over the weekend, wearing two different doll-like outfits on Saturday as she promoted the “Barbie” movie.
The 33-year-old star — who plays the titular role in director Greta Gerwig’s smash hit about the Mattel doll — delighted fans by dressing like 2015’s “Cherry Pie Picnic” Barbie for a panel at the Deadline Contenders Film: Los Angeles event on Saturday.
The “Suicide Squad” actress, 33, channeled the dressed-down doll in a pair of cuffed dark-wash jeans and a custom white cherry-print shirt, both from Bottega Veneta, adding a red belt and a cherry red Kalimero Bucket Bag ($5,900) by the designer.
She further stepped into Barbie’s shoes in a pair of custom bright red Manolo Blahnik mules designed to look just like the style worn by the doll.
This wasn’t the only Barbiecore look Robbie wore on Saturday; she went back to her pink roots in a feather-trimmed pajama set for a “Barbie” screening and Q&A held by Warner Bros. later in the day.
The “Wolf of Wall Street” actress sported a silky long-sleeved pale pink pajama top and matching pants trimmed with detachable feathers from Sleeper (
$390 $234), slipping into another pair of Manolo mules and a pink version of her Bottega purse for the event.
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Robbie’s stylist, Andrew Mukamal, who dressed her in an array of Barbie-inspired outfits during her press tour this summer before the strike, shared a snapshot of the actress along with an image of the 2015 doll on Instagram Saturday, and his followers couldn’t get enough.
“Oooh! I know they still have tons of outfits left because the press tour got cut short. ❤️ #loveBarbie” one fan wrote, while another added, “you had more in the bag for post strike thank you king!”
“These looks are amazing,” a third fan wrote. “Please let Awards Season Barbie happen.”
With the Oscars around the corner, we can’t wait to see if this Barbie keeps the pink looks coming.