Stars like Margot Robbie, Salma Hayak, Greta Gerwig, Aubrey Plaza, and Ava DuVernay walked the Independent Spirit Awards red carpet in an array of gowns and suits.
Though attendees at this year's Golden Globes and Baftas wore black to protest sexual misconduct, #TimesUp organizers have no plans for a dress code at the Oscars on March 4.
The "I, Tonya" star looked like a total princess on the 2018 SAG Awards red carpet in a pastel pink halter gown complete with a long train, feathered detailing around the waist and pearls that adorned the bodice.
Before Margot Robbie is seen wearing ’90s ice skating outfits in I, Tonya, she’s stepping out to promote the film showcasing her own unique sense of style. On Tuesday night, the actress walked the red carpet for the New York City that can only be described as cowgirl chic.
It was yet another star-studded evening in California on Sunday, as the industry’s most respected entertainers stepped out for the 21st annual Hollywood Film Awards. Taking place at the Beverly Hills Hotel, the ceremony benefitted the Motion Picture & Television Fund — a charitable organization dedicated to providing various resources amongst the entertainment community — and was hosted by James Corden for the third year in a row.
Commenting on Margot Robbie's look at the "Goodbye Christopher Robin" premiere, one social media user said: "I can't breathe! She is so amazing! She looks so damn cute."
From the “Suicide Squad” cast’s stunning red carpet looks to Diane Kruger’s cutout dress, click through the slideshow above to see who we think deserves this week’s Best Dressed title. Don’t agree? Let us know by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.
The cast of ‘Justice League’ turned out to support their fellow DC Universe cast mates last night at the ‘Suicide Squad’ UK premiere in London’s Leicester Square. Zack Snyder, Ben Affleck, Henry Cavill, Ezra Miller, and Jason Momoa were the surprise guests at the film’s gala screening that saw thousands of fans gathering to catch a glimpse of their heroes… and villains. (Image credits: PA)
Surprisingly, that seems to have happened to Margot Robbie’s character, Harley Quinn, in a few different trailers for her upcoming movie, Suicide Squad. According to a side-by-side clip posted by YouTube user BleedingCool, the trailers that aired in the United States show much shorter, more revealing shorts on Harley during a scene when she walks by her fellow cast mates.
From Jennifer Lopez’s revealing birthday look to Rita Ora’s off-duty denim, take a look through the gallery above to see who we think deserves this week’s “best dressed” title. Don’t agree with us? Let us know by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.
Margot Robbie is proud of her fellow Australians for defending their nation after it was described as a "throwback" country in a Vanity Fair piece.
From Naomi Campbell in a glittery gown to your weekly dose of well-dressed royals, click through the gallery above to see our picks for best dressed celebrities this week. Don’t agree? Let us know by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.
A new profile of Margot Robbie in US magazine Vanity Fair has been branded ‘creepy and lecherous’ over its portrait of the Australian actress. Writer Rich Cohen, who is also a co-creator of the now-axed Martin Scorsese HBO series 'Vinyl’, has also come under heavy criticism for referring to Australians as 'throwback people’ in the article. The piece appears in the August issue of the magazine, titled 'Welcome to the Summer of Margot Robbie’, and has been published to coincide with her new movies 'The Legend of Tarzan’ and 'Suicide Squad’, and now Twitter is ablaze with people pulling Cohen up on its tone.
Experiencing a wardrobe malfunction on the red carpet is probably every actress’s worst nightmare (although Jennifer Lawrence certainly handles them like a pro). Fortunately for Margot Robbie, who suffered from a fashion mishap at the Legend of Tarzan premiere in London on Tuesday night, her co-star Alexander Skarsgard was on hand to save the day.
It used to be that you could tell a member of “new Hollywood” by the dress she wore to an awards show: something youthful, prom-like and, quite possibly, a bit pouffy. But not anymore. These days, Hollywood’s up-and-coming class is chock full of fashion-forward females who can hold their own at an awards show. Wearing designers from Gucci to Chanel Couture and Calvin Klein Collection, these young women bring just as much magic to their red carpet dressing as they do to the roles they play onscreen.
From glitzy and glamorous Golden Globes dresses to easy airport style, take a look through the gallery to see our favourite celebrity looks of the week. Think we missed someone? Let us know who ruled the fashion scene this week by tweeting @YahooStyleCA.