Like a true leading lady, Margot Robbie slays on screen and off. From flowing gowns and silver tones to structured silhouettes and pops of color, the 31-year-old actress is force to be reckoned with on the red carpet.
Young describes the star’s style as “cool girl” and “very easy.” The two, who have been working together for year, make a pretty great pair.
“She’s gorgeous and fun and inspiring,” the stylist told Us Weekly. “She loves clothes and is very engaged with the process, which makes her my ideal kind of client.”
Every new movie premiere brings the chance to experiment with her look. From her white Armani Privé gown at The Wolf of Wall Street premiere to her gold Versace number at the I, Tonya red carpet, Robbie is constantly making a style statement.
And when it was time for the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood press tour circa 2019, Young wanted to pull out all the stops.
“I’m so happy with the palette from the European press tour for Once Upon a Time. I love the desert sunset colors, it was exciting and felt different and unexpected to me,” Young explained, noting that one of her favorite looks was the button-up Jacquemus frock that Robbie wore to the opening in Berlin.
She told Stylish: “I love how weird and unexpected this dress is, it’s like a cargo pant/camping tent evening gown, it felt cool and right. I didn’t want to go down the road of too many sparkly Hollywood dresses and this one definitely is not that.”
Another standout: The custom Chanel Haute Couture design she wore to the Hollywood premiere. The look, which took more than 300 hours to create, is from Virginie Viard’s first couture show. The bespoke stunner was made especially for Robbie in white.
“We referenced Lauren Hutton and Sharon Tate,” Young revealed. “The lightness and fluidity of the dress really did it for me.”
One of the constants in Robbie’s red carpet repertoire is, of course, Chanel. The actress is an ambassador for the brand.
“She’s gorgeous and looks great in their clothes, it’s an amazing partnership since it’s such an incredible house with couture, ready-to-wear and beauty,” Young said.
The actress first wore the brand to the Critics’ Choice Movie Awards in 2018, where she took home the award for best actress and best actress in a comedy for I, Tonya.
At the time, she said: “It was before our partnership had begun and I won, so that was a good look charm! Good things might happen when I wear Chanel!” Robbie said.
To see more of the Australian beauty’s best red carpet looks through the years, keep scrolling!