Margot Robbie Swaps Her Chanel Couture for the Boudoir Trend

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Chanel ambassador Margot Robbie regularly looks to the maison for her red-carpet looks – the actor’s Golden Globes couture gown took over 750 hours to create – but on occasion, she likes to switch it up. The press tour for her new film Babylon – in which she plays a roaring ’20s starlet – has seen her wear caped Valentino, Bottega Veneta suiting and an ab-baring Alaïa dress. At the movie’s Sydney premiere, she delivered yet another look that nodded to her glamorous on-screen character.

In Versace at the Sydney premiere of Babylon.

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Carla Bruni wearing a similar ice-blue Versace creation in 1995.

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While half of Hollywood attended the Critics’ Choice Awards in sequins, Robbie made her fashion stamp on home turf in a silk Versace slip that touched on the boudoir trend. The actor joined her co-star Diego Calva wearing an ice-blue gown featuring the brand’s signature corseted bodice and straps stamped with the Medusa motif. 

The sculptural silhouette calls to mind a dress that Carla Bruni wore to attend Versace’s spring 1995 couture show, which had the same neckline and draped detailing. The key difference? Robbie’s updated version featured a red lace-trimmed thigh-slit.

Robbie’s dress isn’t the last boudoir-inspired look we’ll see in the coming months. Stylists to the stars Wayman + Micah previously told Vogue that they’re “expecting to see a rise in lingerie and boudoir-style pieces, from the likes of Prada, Louis Vuitton and Versace […] anticipating less structured pieces to continue the trend of freedom we’re seeing across fashion.”

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