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Margot Robbie Dazzles as Real-Life Barbie at Golden Globes, Wins First “Box Office Achievement” Award for Barbie Film

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Jan 8, 2024

Robbie Stuns in Hot Pink Gown Inspired by 1970s Barbie Doll

Margot Robbie lit up the red carpet at the 2024 Golden Globe Awards on Sunday night, dazzling in a custom hot pink gown by Armani Privé that paid homage to the iconic Barbie doll. Robbie stars as the beloved Mattel toy come to life in the new film “Barbie,” which also took home the ceremony’s first-ever award for “Box Office Achievement.”

The 32-year-old actress, who also produced the film, captivated photographers and fans in a strapless gown and opera-length gloves covered in glittering sequins. With her blonde hair swept back, diamond drop earrings, and bright pink lip, Robbie embodied the signature 1970s Superstar Barbie.

Robbie later revealed on the red carpet that her inspiration was Barbie’s 1977 Superstar doll, which had a pink and white zig-zag pattern gown. The look immediately sparked comparisons to Diana Ross’s iconic sheer beaded dress from her Central Park concert in 1983.

Barbie” dominated headlines all awards season for its risky concept and all-star cast including Ryan Gosling as Ken. The film scored over $300 million at the global box office, a major win for female-led films. On Sunday, it made history as the first movie to win the ceremony’s new “Box Office Achievement Award.”

Margot Robbie at the Golden Globe Awards Category Detail
Award Won Box Office Achievement for “Barbie” film First time category has been awarded
Inspiration 1977 Superstar Barbie doll Iconic doll in hot pink zig zag gown
Comparisons Diana Ross sheer beaded dress, Central Park 1983 Sparkling pink gown with flowing sleeves
Film Stats $300 million global box office as of 1/8/2024 Major success for female-led film

Glamorous After Party Look in Black Version of Pink Gown

Never one to disappoint, Robbie delivered a second show-stopping look later in the evening for the Warner Bros Golden Globes After Party. The star changed into a black off-the-shoulder version of her hot pink Barbie gown, proving pink wasn’t the only color this doll could rock.

Robbie let her blonde hair down and swept it to one side in loose, face-framing waves at the exclusive soiree. She accentuated her bright eyes with metallic shadow and added red lips for a modern twist on her party ensemble.

The custom black Armani Privé creation featured the same sequencing and shoulder pads as Robbie’s pink carpet look. With the gown’s playful silhouette and couture construction, Robbie served yet another show-stopping Barbie moment look.

What’s Next for Robbie and “Barbie” After Golden Globe Wins

With awards season in full swing, Margot Robbie is likely to channel more high fashion Barbie looks at events in coming weeks. “Barbie” scored multiple Golden Globe nominations including Best Picture – Musical/Comedy and Best Actress for Robbie.

Though Robbie didn’t take home the Best Actress trophy, her dominating red carpet moments thrust Barbie back into the spotlight. Given the film’s impressive box office numbers, analysts predict “Barbie” has strong odds for Oscar nominations as well.

The 2024 Academy Awards ceremony isn’t until March, leaving plenty of time for Robbie to deploy more show-stopping homages to her on-screen alter ego. After Hollywood embraced the valley girl doll’s story in theaters, all eyes will be on what hot pink sensation Robbie concocts next.

If her Golden Globes looks were any indication, Robbie won’t disappoint. The star is clearly having fun with fashion that celebrates and modernizes this beloved childhood icon.

After making her mark as a high fashion Barbie this awards season, the world eagerly awaits what Margot Robbie and Mattel dream up next for this real-life doll.

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