Vintage is on the rise on the red carpet, with stars regularly incorporating vintage looks into their outfits during film tours. In this case, we’re talking about Margot Robbie, who has already presented several pieces of fashion history while promoting her long-awaited new film, Barbie.
In the first look, the actress was seen wearing a pink tweed blazer from the Chanel archives, originally worn by Claudia Schiffer on the Spring/Summer 1996 runway. Next, she wore a pink turtleneck and metallic skirt from Versace’s Fall/Winter 1994 collection, first worn on the runway by Kate Moss, and then a pink minidress from the Italian house, also worn by Schiffer during the 1990s. Was worn
Barbie release This isn’t the first time that Margot Robbie has worn vintage clothing on the red carpet. At the 2020 Oscars, the Chanel ambassador wore a 90s off-the-shoulder gown, similar to the German supermodel’s on the Spring/Summer 1994 Haute Couture runway. Meanwhile, at this year’s Met Gala, Robbie wore a mesmerizing gown. A sheer corseted gown originally worn by Cindy Crawford on the Spring/Summer 1993 Haute Couture runway.
Below, see Margot Robbie’s best vintage looks ever.
At the Oscars, Margot Robbie wore a vintage off-the-shoulder Chanel gown, similar to the shorter version worn by Claudia Schiffer on the Spring/Summer 1994 Haute Couture runway.
On the red carpet of the Met Gala, the actress chose a remake of the sheer corset dress worn by Cindy Crawford on the Spring/Summer 1993 Haute Couture runway.
Wearing a pink turtleneck blouse and metallic skirt from the Versace Fall/Winter 1994 collection. This look was originally worn by Kate Moss on the runway.
For Barbie’s Sydney tour, the prerequisite was a pink Versace minidress, originally worn by Claudia Schiffer in 1994.
On the Seoul stop of the Barbie promotion tour, the actress sported an all-pink look from Moschino’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection.
This article was originally published in British Vogue.