Barbie Premiere Fits - The most Barbie-fied celebs at the event
By Rebecca Noronha
Hollywood was taken over by the Barbie premiere on Sunday night, with Margot Robbie and Ryan Gosling marching with a pack of barbie-esque, pink and bright outfits down the red carpet. The movie premiere, which took place in Los Angeles on Sunday, was the event for which the celebrities saved their finest barbie-core outfits.
The highly anticipated Barbie movie, which has been directed by Greta Gerwig, will be relasing on the 21st of July.
Check out how our fave stars dolled up for the event!
With this identical duplicate of Barbie's Solo in the Spotlight Schiaparelli gown from the 1960s, Robbie carried on her practise of emulating historical Barbie outfits. She also wore more than 350 carats of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds and Manolo Blahnik shoes. For the occasion, she chose to forgo the pink. She carried a pink chiffon pocket scarf and wore a bespoke skin-tight, strapless, glittering black gown by Schiaparelli along with a red rose, long black opera gloves, black peep-toe shoes, and a stunning diamond necklace. Hairstylist, Bryce Scarlett, gave Robbie a classic ponytail that looked precisely like Barbie's.
Gosling once more became his persona Ken, and this time he accessorised with a necklace that resembled a Barbie "E" for his wife, Eva Mendes. With his luxurious Gucci two-piece suit and a baby pink unbuttoned shirt, Ryan Gosling delivered his extremely Ken-nified look. Mark Avery styled him.
With a Gucci shirt, tie and Raf Simmons shorts, along with ERL sneakers, a Raf Simmons jumper vest and a Vivienne Westwood purse, the singer added her own unique twist to the colour pink.
A distinctive peek-a-boo Bottega Veneta outfit was worn by the singer. Her white thong was visible below the nipple-baring, dazzling and silver chainmail outfit. She accessorised with Tiffany & Co.'s diamond and platinum Graduated Line Necklace while wearing her hair down.
Minaj nailed the Barbie blonde look, complete with a tight two-piece dress and very pointed nails. For the rapper who is also referred to on the movie's soundtrack as the "original Barbie," it was a full circle experience. The Diva Gone Platinum Barbie served as the model for her attire. (A grey wrap-detail maxi skirt and ribbed crop top)
The director of the movie wore layers of pink clothing from head to toe and added Cartier jewellery. Greta Gerwig, the director, looked stunning in a Barbie pink gown, an oversized jacket, and a matching Valentino purse.
In her Shushu Tong black-and-white little dress with strappy heels and a glittering black micro purse, Mitchell even nailed the Barbie doll stance. She looked wonderfully doll-like without being too delicate, from her elegant headband to her delicate stud earrings and tennis bracelet.
Liu chose a blue suit with a matching harness and pink David Yurman jewellery as a rare deviation from the pink motif. The suit was Versace with Santoni footwear.
McKinnon, another of the movie's actors, chose a custom pink vest and coordinating pants by Kallmeyer. Gymnast Barbie boarded the pink suit train as well. She decided to complete the ensemble with silver stilettos and diamond earrings. A bespoke ribbon stitched with the words "Gay Barbie" may be found as a concealed element on the lining of the vest. Designer Daniella Kallmeyer of Kallmeyer and McKinnon are both openly queer women.
Cera donned a cute pink Richard James suit. His black sunglasses gave the entire ensemble an edge.
She arrived wearing bespoke Pucci, Charles & Keith shoes, a pink bandana top with crystal embellishments, and a maxi skirt with psychedelic design. The singer's style was developed in collaboration with stylist Brett Alan Nelson.
President Barbie Rae, looked stunning in her flawlessly pink velvet dress and handbag. She wore a Marc Bouwer custom dress and Chopard jewellery. The dress included a big bow and a turtleneck. She accessorised it with diamond drop earrings and a high ponytail.
Hari Nef wore a black, strapless, slit, ruffled Celine by Hedi Slimane dress, Tiffany & Co. jewelry, and Giuseppe Zanotti heels.