The little black dress worn by Robbie incorporated so many details that it’s necessary to break down all the trends in the seemingly simple look, starting with the XL shoulder pads, a feature that we will continue to see this spring 2024. The structured nature of the Schiaparelli garment played with optical effects—a tool often used by the house through design and sewing techniques—undeniably suited the Barbie star. The marked waistline of the garment exaggerated this effect even more, taking us directly back to the era of “the new look” of Christian Dior.
Unlike the runway look, Margot Robbie dispensed with the black tights, giving the ensemble a more spring-like touch. To all this, she added a clutch smaller than the one we saw on the catwalk and the jewel in the crown: a pair of peep-toes with the signature lock of the fashion house. These peep-toes—reinterpreted by the house once founded by Elsa Schiaparelli, whose creative direction is currently in the hands of Daniel Roseberry—are just further evidence of the growing popularity of this footwear design in recent months. Yes, they are back!
As for the beauty look, the Robbie opted to leave her blonde hair down in the quintessential Californian style (or Australian, as we like to see it) with surfer waves that rested on her shoulders. Et voilà! The perfect look for any photo call.
This article originally appeared in Vogue Spain.
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