Margot attended the 2017 Marie Claire’s Image Maker Awards for her make up artist Pati Dubroff.
HATS off to Aussie beauty Margot Robbie for looking classy in 1920s garb as she takes a break while filming Winnie-the-Pooh movie Goodbye Christopher Robin.
The Wolf of Wall Street actress was reunited with Domhnall Gleeson on the Windsor Great Park set after they starred together in 2013 comedy About Time.
The Irishman, 33, best known as Harry Potter character Bill Weasley, dyed his ginger locks blond for the role.
Margot, 26, plays the wife of Pooh creator AA Milne (Domhnall) as they are swept up by the success of his kids’ books.
Child star Will Tilston plays their son.
Margot Robbie and Cara Delevingne are now co-stars of Love Magazine’s new issue, as well as upcoming movie “Suicide Squad.”
The two stars were photographed by Willy Vanderperre for Katie Grand’s LOVE16’s latest issue.
“The first concert I ever went to was The Belle Stars. I remember my outfit vividly: white off-the-shoulder cut-off sweatshirt from Way In at Harrods, pale pink pleated skirt with dark pink stripes from Dorothy Perkins and white flat pointed winkle-picker shoes with a dark and pale pink heel and matching bow detail from Birmingham Market. Jo Parker had peroxide blonde hair and wore the opposite: pink top, white pleated skirt from Topshop,” Grand said.
“We were everything, we knew the words to every Belle Stars song and we could take on the world. Generally we would tie bits of tat in our hair and pull our tops off our shoulders and pout A LOT. So the thing is, strangely this issue is an ode to my young teenage years. Cara and Margot ARE me and Jo Parker, and it’s no coincidence that Miranda Joyce — previously the foxy sax player in The Belle Stars — did the make-up,” the magazine’s editor-in-chief and and stylist added.
Robbie appears in the new issue sporting a printed wool jumper by Balenciaga, a striped Vetements shirt and more. Delevingne was styled in a blue striped men’s shirt by Vivienne Westwood, pearl necklace by Miu Miu, round sunglasses by Marc Jacobs and more. Syd Hayes was responsible for the stars’ hair, and their make-up was done by Miranda Joyce.