Margot Robbie’s Abs-Baring Cutout Column Dress is beautiful

On Saturday, Margot Robbie was a vision at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences 13th Governors Awards in Los Angeles, wearing a brilliant green column gown by Bottega Veneta. The satin fabric split down the middle of the torso to reveal her abs and the bodice featured an asymmetric one-shoulder design.

The skirt of the dress brushed the floor and gathered over one hip where it was connected to the top with a gold tie.

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She wore two thick gold bracelets and wore her blonde hair straight down her back. Robbie wore a very natural makeup palette with a little shimmery eyeshadow and a purple manicure. In her ears were heavy gold hoops.

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The 32-year-old was accompanied by her husband Tom Ackerley, with whom she rarely appears in public. The English film producer wore a classic black suit and a black bow tie.

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Robbie just played along Babylon, with Brad Pitt, a film about Hollywood’s transition from making silent films to making “talkies,” films with synchronized sound and dialogue. In her latest cover interview with Vanity Fairgushed Robbie about the film and the seemingly wild time she had making it.

“What you see on screen is the chaos of making a movie and how fucked up it is, but also how it’s just the greatest thing ever,” Robbie said. “And literally filming it was the exact same thing. The sh—t was so unhinged and so funny and amazing and just absurd. It was definitely the best experience of my life.”

She has plenty of experience with all aspects of fame in Hollywood to draw upon.

“The way I try to explain this job — and this world — to people is that the heights are really high,” Robbie added. “And the lows are really, really low. And I guess if you’re lucky, it all balances out in the middle.”

The film also stars Diego Calva, Jovan Adepo, Jean Smart, Tobey Maguire, Lukas Haas, Olivia Wilde, Max Minghella and Eric Roberts. The film is written and directed by Damien Chazelle and hits theaters at the end of December.

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