Margot Robbie Showcases Another Barbicore Look

Now, her latest pictures have shown her rocking a dress from the first-ever Barbie, released in 1959.

Margot Robbie Showcases Another Barbicore Look-TSZ NEWS
Margot Robbie Showcases Another Barbicore Look

Margot Robbie has wowed us with her Barbicore outfits before and after she starred in the iconic doll movie “Barbie”.

In her Barbie press tour, she has already channeled modern Barbie twice, and the Clueless character “Cher Holowitz”.

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Margot Robbie shared her press tour’s latest pictures. In the snaps, she rocked a dress from the first-ever Barbie, released in 1959. 

The look features a black and white striped dress by Hervé Léger and black heels. Robbie styled her hair in a curly ponytail. Later, she was joined by director Greta Gerwig and co-stars Issa Rae and America Ferrera.

Afterward, she switched to a second retro-inspired look for more press. Her second outfit features a white strawberry print belted Moschino ministers.

Margot Robbie sported the same hairstyle but with different white-rimmed sunglasses. The throwback fashion looks to mark a fun pivot for a press tour that has been full of unexpected but creative homages so far.

Margot Robbie and her co-stars have a lot more places to visit. She and Ryan Gosling earlier announced that the Barbie press tour will happen in eight cities: Sydney (where Robbie is now).

Toronto (where Gosling is now), Seoul, Mexico City, Los Angeles (where they did their initial photo call), London, Berlin, and New York.

Margot Robbie recently spoke to Fandango about how the film crew managed to get the now-viral trailer shot of her arched Barbie feet.

“It was probably about eight takes. Wasn’t that many,” Margit Robbie said. “I walked up, we had little sticky bits on the floor, double-sided tape for the shoes, so they wouldn’t come off, so I could get my feet out of them.

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And I was holding onto a bar. But that’s it. I wasn’t in a harness or anything like that. I just walked up, kind of holding onto the bar above [the] camera.”

Robbie stressed that using her own body for shots like that is important to her: “I always try to do my inserts.”

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