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Images of Margot Robbie from the promotional tour for the film

Let us recall once again the actress’s spectacular appearances on carpets in different parts of the globe.

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Margot Robbie and stylist Andrew Mukammal announced the release of a book-album with images of the actress. The basis will be the promotional tour for the film “Barbie”, in which she played the role of the famous doll. Last summer, Robbie's appearances in looks inspired by her character gave fans and fashion industry experts a lot of food for conversation. In this review, let's remember the “living Barbie” from the red carpet.

"Barbie" premiere in Los Angeles

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The actress chose the image of Barbie from the 60s for her appearance - “Solo in the Spotlight”. Schiaparelli's version of the black dress was perfect, from the sequin-covered shape-shifting silhouette to the red rose tulle tutu. Shoes, hair, lipstick and accessories were also designed in the style of a real Barbie. Even despite the absence of the doll’s signature color, pink, the presented ensemble was inseparable from it.

Party at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney

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To look like Barbie, you don't have to have items of clothing designed like a doll's wardrobe. And Margot Robbie is well aware of this. She wore a vintage sparkly pink Versace dress to attend the Barbie movie party at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney. The outfit was first demonstrated on the catwalk by Claudia Schiffer in 1994, and when Robbie “connected” it with a doll, the dress acquired another interesting interpretation.

Barbie photocall in Los Angeles

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“We're looking for parallels with Barbie in the past and we're really doing it for the fans, the people who collect these dolls. We hope to make them happy. And we rejoice ourselves!” the actress explained before filming at the Four Season Hotel in Los Angeles. She appeared in front of photographers in look No. 1 from the 2015 “Pink & Fabulous” collection. The pink minidress with white polka dots was complemented by long, smooth waves of hair, white shoes, a yellow bracelet and handbag. True, unlike Barbie’s dress, Robbie’s outfit was decorated with a cutout in the belly area and a halter top. The actress posed next to a classic pink Corvette, as if she was about to head to DreamHouse.

Barbie premiere in Seoul

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The "daytime" look from Barbie's 1985 Day-to-Night collection is a hot pink blazer and skirt suit from Versace, accessorized with a white hat, pink scarf and white shoes. The final touch was a matching handbag from Judith Leiber.

Photocol in Mexico City

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Margot reproduced one of the most famous images of the Barbie doll. For the shoot in the Mexican capital, she appeared as Totally Hair Barbie - wearing a short minidress with a pastel print, pink shoes and a lush mane of long wavy hair.

CinemaCon Las Vegas

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The actress appeared before film fans in a checkered suit from Prada. It was inspired by one of her outfits in the movie “Barbie” - a fluffy sundress dress made of fabric with the same print. Mattel later released a doll wearing the same outfit. And the clothing for ComicCon at the Italian fashion house was “updated” and made more revealing.

Barbie premiere in London

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The best outfit in the unspoken hit parade of Robbie’s looks from “Barbie” is considered to be her evening dress made of soft pink satin with a train and fur trim from Vivienne Westwood. The look was inspired by a '60s version of the doll and features long white gloves, a pearl necklace and earrings, and an elegant hairstyle. Ironically, this “bright” image was Margot’s last due to the resumption of the strike of Hollywood writers and actors. The premieres of the film in New York and Berlin took place without the participation of the film crew.