Margot Robbie and the rest of the Barbie cast traveled to London for the European premiere of the live-action film. They certainly made a grand entrance as they walked the pink carpet, leaving attendees speechless.
Robbie, dressed in an elegant design by Vivienne Westwood, channeled the aesthetics of the beloved doll. Her outfit, called Enchanted Evening, was reminiscent of the doll launched in 1960.
She looked stunning in a baby pink satin maxi dress with a pencil skirt. The dress featured an asymmetric train on the side attached to the waist with a beautiful rose. The corset top and bateau neckline were made with flowing white tulle. Robbie completed her look with long gloves, transparent Christian Louboutin heels, a pearl necklace by Assael Pearls, and a pair of drop earrings.
In an attempt to imitate the iconic doll’s hair and makeup, Robbie styled her blonde hair in a high bun with wavy bangs. Her makeup showcased baby pink lipstick, pink blush, silver shadows, and a foundation that gave her skin a porcelain effect. Unlike her previous makeup looks, Robbie opted for a lighter palette for this premiere.
The European premiere also saw other cast members, including Ryan Gosling, who wore a signature aqua blue Ken suit. The suit consisted of straight-leg dress pants, a jacket with lapels and coated buttons, and a lighter chiffon shirt.
Fans have been eagerly waiting for the Barbie movie, and it is finally coming to world movie theaters. The project has Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling as the main stars, with Greta Gerwig serving as the producer.
Production began in 2022 at Warner Bros. studios in the United Kingdom before moving to California beaches. It was there that the stars were first captured in their Barbie and Ken characters, skating in retro outfits with fluorescent colors.
In a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Greta Gerwig revealed that Margot Robbie felt uncomfortable during a scene shot on Venice Beach. Robbie, dressed in a neon suit, felt exposed and noticed that people were approaching Gosling to compliment him but not saying anything to her. Despite feeling self-conscious, Robbie knew that the scene required her to feel exposed both as a celebrity and as a woman.
The European premiere was a resounding success, and fans are eagerly awaiting the release of the Barbie movie in theaters.