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Margot Robbie’s Barbie ‘Solo In The Spotlight’ Schiaparelli gown at the film premiere goes viral

Published: July 21, 2023
Author: Fashion Value Chain

To the world debut, Margot Robbie wore a Schiaparelli dress that was enlivened by the 1960s Barbie doll from “Solo At the center of attention.” Take a look at how she created her outfit.

The world premiere of the upcoming Barbie film featured a stellar cast. At the film’s premiere in Los Angeles, California, Margot Robbie, Ryan Gosling, Issa Rae, Dua Lipa, Nicki Minaj, America Ferrera, Ariana Greenblatt, Greta Gerwig, Simu Liu, Kate McKinnon, Hari Nef, Gal Gadot, Billie Eilish, Patrick Starrr, Mark Ronson, Trixie Mattel, and Grace Gummer walked the pink carpet. The majority of famous people attended the event wearing pink-shaded groups and supporting the Barbiecore theme. Regardless, Margot Robbie’s client Schiaparelli dress stirred by a 1960s Barbie caught everybody’s consideration.

For the highly anticipated Barbie film debut, Margot Robbie donned a Schiaparelli High gown. Margot’s dark dress was designed by Schiaparelli’s innovative head Daniel Roseberry to resemble the 1960 doll “Solo At the Center of Attention.” It was the perfect tribute because the bodice, chiffon scarf, gloves, and even the heels were all extremely sculpted. By styling her blonde braids in a smooth haircut inspired by the doll, she elevated the appearance.

The French haute couture house posted a video of the dress’s making on Instagram with the caption “Barbie Couture.” The bustier dress had sequins embroidered all over it. Multiple layers of black tulle. a solitary weaved rose that was painted manually. Schiaparelli.” Margot’s dress, which was based on the original “Solo In The Spotlight” doll, is shown at the beginning. Then, it shows Daniel Roseberry in his atelier creating the ensemble from sketches.

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