The 13 Most On-Theme Celeb Looks From the Barbie World Premiere Pink Carpet

I don't know about you, but I'm going to miss this Barbie press tour when it ends. Everyone is having so much fun, especially Margot Robbie. Her press looks (many of them custom) have been an ode to actual archival Barbie costumes, and she's even been posing as Barbie would on the red carpet. It's been a delight to see what she and stylist Andrew Mukamal have come up with over the past few weeks.

The biggest press event to date for the film took place last night in L.A. as Robbie and the rest of the film's stars and some of the musicians featured on the soundtrack descended upon the pink carpet for the world premiere. Robbie wore a custom Schiaparelli look reminiscent of the iconic Solo in the Spotlight Barbie from 1960. The look was perfection, down to the pink handkerchief, the rosette at the hem of the dress, and the stack of diamond necklaces.

Keep scrolling to see Robbie's epic premiere look as well as the most on-theme celebrity attendees and some not-so-on-theme looks that were still incredible.

Nailed the Theme


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WHO: Margot Robbie

WEAR: Schiaparelli dress; Manolo Blahnik shoes; Lorraine Schwartz jewelry


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WHO: Ryan Gosling

WEAR: Gucci suit, shirt, and shoes


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WHO: Issa Rae

WEAR: Marc Bouwer dress; Chopard jewelry


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WHO: Billie Eilish

WEAR: Gucci shirt; Raf Simons shorts and sweater; ERL sneakers; Vivienne Westwood bag


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WHO: Greta Gerwig

WEAR: Valentino blazer, dress, bag, and shoes


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WHO: Dua Lipa

WEAR: Bottega Veneta dress and shoes


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WHO: America Ferrera

WEAR: St. John dress; Kate Spade bag; Stuart Weitzman shoes; Irene Neuwirth necklace


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WHO: Michael Cera


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WHO: Karol G

WEAR: Pucci top and skirt


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WHO: Kate McKinnon

WEAR: Kallmeyer vest and pants


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WHO: Jeremy Scott


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WHO: Ava Max

WEAR: Monot top, skirt, and gloves


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WHO: Shay Mitchell

WEAR: Shushu/Tong dress


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WHO: Simu Liu

WEAR: Versace suit and harness; Santoni shoes

Less Barbie Themed But Still Great


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WHO: Gal Gadot

WEAR: JW Anderson dress and bag


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WHO: Alexandra Shipp

WEAR: Miu Miu dress


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WHO: Ariana Greenblatt

WEAR: Yogie Pratama dress


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WHO: Nicki Minaj


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WHO: Dove Cameron

WEAR: Ellie Misner dress


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WHO: Ashley Graham

WEAR: Nina Ricci dress; Chopard jewelry


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WHO: Alana Haim, Danielle Haim, and Este Haim

WEAR: Louis Vuitton dresses


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WEAR: Marc Bouwer dress; Stuart Weitzman shoes

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Allyson Payer
Senior Editor

Allyson is a senior editor for Who What Wear. She joined the company in 2014 as co-founder Katherine Power's executive assistant and over the years has written hundreds of stories for Who What Wear. Prior to her career in fashion, Allyson worked in the entertainment industry at companies such as Sony Pictures Television. Allyson is now based in Raleigh, North Carolina, and is originally from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. She holds a BFA in theater. Her path to fashion may not have been linear, but based on the number of fashion magazines she collected as a child and young adult, it was meant to be.