Margot Robbie Is ‘Just Not Willing’ to Avoid Wearing Sequins on I, Tonya Press Tour









It’s going to be a bustling awards deteriorate for Margot Robbie, that means tons of red runner looks. The 27-year-old Australian singer is receiving outrageous regard for her description of the polarizing pro ice skater Tonya Harding in a film I, Tonya, and it seems a sparkly skater sauce cultured has shabby a actress’s off-screen style.

Robbie kicked off a awards uncover circuit during a a 27th Annual Gotham Awards Monday night, wearing a festive immature Saint Laurent dress featuring a head-turning high cut and one-shoulder neckline. She teamed a demeanour with black ankle-strap sandals and a little Roger Vivier “Cigarette Case” bag that substantially usually fits a tube of her wine-colored lipstick.

“Every time we put something on I’m like, ‘Does it demeanour like I’m perplexing to dress like an ice skater?’ That means we would have avoid
sequins perpetually and I’m only not peaceful to do that,” she told PEOPLE of her demeanour for a Gotham Awards.

So be prepared for limit sequins to come from a star, who works closely with stylist Kate Young on her red runner wardrobe.

And while she’s personification a famous ’90s figure skater on a large shade screen, Robbie certified that a decade is moving her off-duty character in genuine life as well.

“It started with scrunchies and afterwards it like kind of widespread to a rest of my wardrobe,” she told PEOPLE final month. “All of a remarkable we was like, ‘I dress ’90s each day; what is this?’”

Her stylist also famously dressed her in a moth Versace dress during a Goodbye Christopher Robin in NYC final month, suggestive of a same imitation used in a Italian label’s 1995 collection.

So what’s subsequent from a star? Why we doubt she’ll go full Harding and wear a scrunchie and leotard to her subsequent event, there’s really some some-more ’90s-inpsired looks to come.

What do we consider of Margot’s red runner style? Share below!

–reporting by Maggie Parker

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