The 'Barbie' actress turned heads in a black and white Moschino outfit on Monday night
Margot Robbie knows how to dress to impress.
On Monday night, the Barbie star, 33, was pictured at Delilah in West Hollywood wearing a chic black and white sequin mini skirt by Moschino that she teamed with a matching cropped jacket.
Robbie accessorized her look with a pair of black peep-toe heels, while she also carried a small black handbag with a silver chain over her shoulder.
The actress wore the glam ensemble while celebrating her production company LuckyChap Entertainment's Warner Bros. deal alongside her partners, husband Tom Ackerley — who she married in 2016 — and producer Josey McNamara.
According to Variety, LuckyChap has signed a multi-year, feature film deal with Warner Bros. to work together on future projects following the success of Barbie, which the production company produced.
Robbie's celebratory outing came after she attended the 96th Oscar Nominees Luncheon earlier in the day at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills. The Australian star opted for another mini skirt and cropped jacket combination for the event, teaming a baby pink Chanel three-piece suit with a matching handbag.
Filmmaker Greta Gerwig was also notably left off the five-nominee Best Director list, which is something Robbie has said she disagrees with.
"Obviously I think Greta should be nominated as a director because what she did is a once-in-a-career, once-in-a-lifetime thing, what she pulled off, it really is," the Suicide Squad star said according to Deadline during a special Screen Actors Guild screening of Barbie in Los Angeles last month.
"But it’s been an incredible year for all the films," Robbie added.
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“I just suspect it’s bigger than us. It’s bigger than this movie, it’s bigger than our industry," she went on to say of Barbie's impact on popular culture.
She also applauded the film for receiving eight Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best Adapted Screenplay, as well as nods for Gosling, 43, and America Ferrera in the Best Supporting Actress category.
“We set out to do something that would shift culture, affect culture, just make some sort of impact,” she said, per Deadline. “And it’s already done that, and some, way more than we ever dreamed it would. And that is truly the biggest reward that could come out of all of this."
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