Margot Robbie is currently in the middle of promoting Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, a Quentin Tarantino-directed film that she stars in alongside Brad Pitt and Leonardo DiCaprio. The movie – which debuted at the Cannes Film Festival in May – is set for release next month, and last night marked the Los Angeles premiere, for which Robbie chose a top-to-toe white ensemble for the third time on the tour.
The Australian actress looked glamorous and classic in a simple white Chanel gown with slightly billowing Seventies sleeves and a low-cut front with a bow around her middle. Robbie added a striking make-up look in the form of bright, shimmering orange eyeshadow and wore her hair partly pulled back at the front with bouncy waves below.
The simple yet striking look was not dissimilar to the other ensembles she has chosen for the movie tour so far. Earlier this month, Robbie wore a slightly oversized white two-piece by American designer Derek Lam for a photocall celebrating the movie.
And, during the Cannes Film Festival, Robbie wore a very hippie-esque off-the-shoulder white lace dress as she promoted the movie, adding plaited detail to her hair, which may have been inspired by Sharon Tate, the late actress that Robbie is playing in the film.
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Of course, one of Robbie’s most famous red-carpet looks came in the form of a white Chanel gown.
The actress chose a simple, structured dress from the house for the Oscars in 2018, where she attended as a Best Actress nominee for her role in I, Tonya. This appearance followed the announcement that the actress had become an ambassador for the French fashion house.
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This article originally appeared on Harper’s Bazaar US.