Margot Robbie in Oscar de la Renta at “The Wolf Of Wall Street” UK Premiere

Posted on January 10, 2014

Margot Robbie attends the UK Premiere of “The Wolf Of Wall Street” at Odeon Leicester Square in London, England in Oscar de la Renta.

 

 

 

 

[Photo Credit: FameFlynetUK/FAMEFLYNET PICTURES]

    • Domo_Konnichiwa

      Up, up and away…..
      In my beautiful, my beautiful
      BALLLLLLOOOON.

      • Mismarker

        Wouldn’t you like to fly in my beautiful, my beautiful BALLLLLLOOOON?

        • Domo_Konnichiwa

          Let us enter the 5th Dimension together!

          • Mismarker

            Let’s. But only if I can be Marilyn McCoo.

            • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOctocornNetwork International Model

              My love of Marilyn McCoo references never dies. Bless!

            • Mismarker

              Solid Gold. I loved the way she would introduce a performer and then place her hand-held mic under her arm so she could clap along with the audience.

            • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOctocornNetwork International Model

              Solid Gold was the best! The most surreal clip I’ve seen is Baltimora performing “Tarzan Boy”, surrounded by women (and goddess Darcelle Wynne), lip syncing a song he didn’t even sing.

      • Stella Zawistowski

        My beautiful BALLLLLLLLOOOOOONNNNNN, a size too SMAAAAAAALLLLLLL in the BOOOOOOBBBBBBS

        • conniemd

          Thanks. I was trying to figure out why the top looked so displeasing at first scrolldown. The tightness also pulls at the shoulders and armholes making it pucker and you can see her bra outline underneath.

        • DebbieLovesShoes

          hahaha

    • @Biting Panda

      WOW.

      Dramatic? Absolutely.
      Too tight up top? Sadly so.
      Lady parts from the front. Fire ant from the back? Yup.

      • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1234087433 Jen Freeman

        “Lady parts from the front. Fire ant from the back”
        best comment ever.

      • Kristin McNamara

        OMG! Didn’t even NOTICE the insect-resemblance in the last photo till I read your comment! Can’t unsee!!!

    • clatie

      She looks like the sofa from the Beast’s castle. “Be my guest, be my guest, put my service to the test…”

      • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

        I got a weirdly Beauty and the Beast vibe off this, too!

        • clatie

          Not pictured is the little ottoman dog who followed her around all evening.

    • http://joyouslifesf.wordpress.com Kiltdntiltd

      Hahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha!
      Inflatable dress.
      Oh Lord no.

    • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ foodycatAlicia

      I’m fascinated by the mechanics of the skirt. Does she have a wind machine under it to make it billow like that, or was it a veggie burrito? Either way, I love the dress and the shoes but she’s really not selling it with her posing.

      • Constant Reader

        OK, I laughed out loud at “veggie burrito.” My inner 13-year-old really isn’t all that “inner.”

        • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ foodycatAlicia

          I love a bit of puerile humour. Fart jokes forever!

        • Mismarker

          If you’re 13 for laughing out loud, I’m 10 for spending the last 5 minutes coming up with other equally flatulence inducing meals. I landed on ham and bean soup with a side of cauliflower and copious amounts of coffee.

          • http://foodycat.blogspot.co.uk/ foodycatAlicia

            Sunchokes.

          • Constant Reader

            Lobster bisque with Bass Ale.

            • Kristin McNamara

              I definitely read that as “Ass Bale” and was like, “Ooh what’s that?! Sounds like it’d be so gassy your whole ass would explode. Probably why they named it that.”

          • kimmeister

            Or any other cruciferous vegetables like cabbage or Brussels sprouts.

    • Sobaika

      This is a tragic dress to begin with, and she’s too teeny for it.

      All that puckering at the seems… yeesh.

      • SassieCassy

        like for real

        someone let her out the house looking like that??

    • Karen Belgrad

      Parachute was always my favorite day in elementary school gym class.

      • Jessica Freeman

        OMG!! Me too!!!

      • ojosazules

        You went parachuting in elementary school gym class?

        • Karen Belgrad

          The class would sit in a circle on the gym floor, holding the edges of the parachute. We’d move it up/down, creating a ripple effect, and then individuals had to run over/under it in relay races.

          • Mismarker

            We would put whiffle balls in the center of it, move it up and down and the balls would bounce around like popcorn. We’d also raise it up and bring it down to the floor very fast, with all of us inside and sitting on the edges. Great memories!

            • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOctocornNetwork International Model

              Maria Bamford talks about popcorn in one of her stand up specials. Good times!

        • Domo_Konnichiwa

          She went to Wayside School, and had sideways stories.

          • StillGary

            Aarrgg! I am responsible for putting the applause meter in the negatives on this comment — it was not my intention — I was trying to indicate that I loved this reference to Wayside School, but obviously the technology is too complicated for me.

            • Domo_Konnichiwa

              I always blame the rodents when that mistake occurs :D

      • http://www.youtube.com/user/TheOctocornNetwork International Model

        Yes! Another bk and I were talking about parachute day yesterday!

        • Sarah

          You know you’re hanging out with the right folks when the memories of Parachute Day come up two days in a row, unplanned :)

        • kimmeister

          Yes, and I concluded that parachutes in PE are just not a West Coast thing!

          • Karen Belgrad

            Nope, I’m Midwest 100%

            • kimmeister

              I think I may have been unclear in my post. I meant, anyone who had parachute day must not be from the West Coast, since I went to school in WA, OR, and CA and never heard of such a thing until yesterday.

            • MauveSF

              I went to school in CA and we definitely had a parachute day in kindergarden/1st grade. Theory disproved!

            • kimmeister

              Ok, well they didn’t have it in Ventura or Sonoma Counties in CA, nor Vancouver, WA or the greater Portland area.

            • Sartorial_She

              I grew up in a suburb of Seattle and we had plenty of parachute days! Da best!

            • Karen Belgrad

              I’m a product of the early 80’s elementary school system…

          • Kristin McNamara

            Early 90s and Vermont. And I concur. Parachute Day = The Best Day.

      • SugarSnap108

        Best part of grade school. Ours was named Pete the Parachute.

      • ailujailuj

        oh yes… what a memory. LOVED parachute day. my first grade b.f. tim and I would take that opportunity to kiss a li’l bit while we sat on the inside of the parachute – out of view from Gym Teacher. that – and the climaxing during the rope climb learnt me real good on “physical education”.

        • Kristin McNamara

          omg “my first grade bf tim”….. I die. I had a first grade bf Adam! And I never refer to him without those three preceding words! haha

    • carnush

      Talk about dressing too old for your age. Give that dress to Helen Mirren!

      • ana170

        Why would Helen Mirren want that dress?

        • SassieCassy

          she would not.

        • StillGary

          So Sir Ian McKellen could shout: “Don’t anyone light a match!”

    • In_Stitches

      Has project runway already produced a new season where the designers have to make something out of parachutes and the winner gets their design worn by Margot Robbie? …Have they already done that? I think they have.

      Two comments on the dress-whatever that fabric is, it needs to be draped, not structured. Every seem, every pull…they’re glaring. Second, the contrast between those two colors is too slight. It looks non-committal.

      Her head suit is great. Love the super villain hair.

      • SierraDelta

        My mother was on the receiving end of a parachute when I was in second grade. A true child of the Depression, she set about figuring out what she could do with all of that free material. In short order she whipped out her sewing machine and produced curtains for the living room and “silk” pajamas for her, my father, my brothers, my sister, and me. I was also taking ballet lessons at the time, so my entire class of backup swans had tutus and maribou attached to our parachute silk leotards. Someone from the base came to take pictures of us for the Air Force newspaper, so we were cover girls at age seven.

        • In_Stitches

          That is the best story I’ve heard in ages. My mother and grandmother are much the same. Thiftiness and frugality are considered virtues of the highest order.

    • GorgeousThings

      Wow. That is… unfortunate. Between the terrible fit at the bust and the puckery-as-hell seaming, what was she and/or Oscar thinking?

    • Mona_Visa

      I’m nitpicking this and that, but for some reason I love the overall effect of this dress. The color, the softness… I like it.

    • http://www.ellenciompi.com/ NurseEllen

      On the bad side: Droopy boobs. Too many earrings. Visible bra line. Horrible hair. Awful fabric (in two shades of red, no less). Mullet. Dust ruffle. Duck lips. Ugly ring. Desperate feeling.
      On the good side: Pockets. Great shoes.

    • ms_kat

      I like the color of the shoes, but the barbie-feet nature is no good.

    • Diego!

      This dress reminds me of Xtina Aguilera in her dark “Fighter” video!!! hahahahaa I have to admit. she is killing it!!! Gorgeous hair, make up and shoes. Odd dress but this is enjoying it and it shows because she is selling the bitch attitude. Girl, you WERQ that spider dress!

    • MilaXX

      I almost like this,but that skirt just looks like one strong wind and she takes flight.

    • Victoria Anzalone

      wrong.

    • queeniethebold

      i think she’s beautiful and the color looks good on her.

      But other than that, OUT. Problematic.

    • Ms. Schmidt

      Last picture = beanbag tuchas.

    • formerlyAnon

      Gimmicky. Gorgeous, GORGEOUS color.

    • 3boysful

      Interesting skirt, horribly unflattering and too tight top. Interesting colorway. Poor choice of fabric and execution.

      Great shoes, tho!

    • Mismarker

      Having fond memories of playing with a big parachute in elementary school gym class. That’s probably the effect the dress was meant to have. Right?

      • conniemd

        This made me LOL having just returned from vacation where I was on a total of six planes and was practically reciting the spiel with the hostess/stewardess (is there a gender neutral term?)

        • Mismarker

          Flight attendant? Margot Robbie played one on “Pan Am”. Clearly, this dress was meant to be a callback to that pivotal role.

    • J. Preposterice

      PUT YOUR SHOULDERS BACK.

      • Bigfan

        This. The hands-on-hips is ruining the line of many a dress. The fashion/shoulders hunched looked works for editorial, not red carpet. First, shoulders down, then back.

    • Lori

      If people insist on wearing satin they have to learn that it is completely unforgiving of poor fit and sloppy sewing. The top of this is tragic and the bottom looks like I made it. Great colors though.

    • http://karenzgoda.org/ Karen Zgoda

      Dress bonus – she can eat a burrito and expel gas undetected.

      • demidaemon

        I don’t know about that. The fact that her dress suddenly inflates unexpectedly at certain intervals may call attention to her flatulence.

    • ovarB

      Girl, if you have to carefully deploy walking and standing maneuvers for your dress…put it back on the rack!!

    • Carolyne

      Hours of beans were eaten by Ms. Robbie to keep the dress train inflated during this event, eh? Oh wait, or is that a bean bag chair she’s wearing? I feel sad, because she’s too pretty to wear such a hideous ‘thing.’

    • butterflysunita

      That dress looks awful from the front, but the side shots are pretty cool.

    • elemspbee

      Oh def a case of that’s not your dress. It’s a terrific dress but she can’t pull it off. Give to someone with gravitas, who can really make it fly.

    • decormaven

      Burgundy satin airbag? Didn’t help to break her fall.

    • YoungSally

      Pussy parachute?

    • jspark

      Even before it billowed it made her hips look big.

    • Aurumgirl

      Holy visible bra, Batman.

    • MW

      I am once more going to mention that she is TWENTY THREE, and then proceed to weep at the sight of the clothes/makeup that she wears.

      • http://urban-gypsy.com/ Tess Danesi

        I have no clue who she is but looking at the photos before seeing your comment, I assumed she was in her late 30’s. On that basis alone, this is not a good look.

    • anotherkate

      Satin strikes again. Tragic, because I think I might have enjoyed the off-kilter shape in a different fabric (and maybe a bigger size? Lady’s got boobs, and ain’t nothing wrong with that, but that is a LOT of tugging across the bust and shoulders).

      • Monabel

        Shouldn’t she have kept her arms down, and avoided (most of) the wrinkling?

        • anotherkate

          That would’ve been helpful, right? But she’s a bit new to this game; she’ll get her posing down soon.

          • demidaemon

            Maybeee. I cite Kristen Wiig and Sandra Bullock as examples of those who have been in the game for a while and not exactly mastered that bit of the job.

    • Guest

      It’s not often you see the hideous satin dress on the red carpet first…it usually begins it’s life with “of course you will be able wear this again, it’s doesn’t look bridesmaidy at all!…

    • schadenfreudelicious

      It’s not often you see the hideous satin dress on the red carpet first…it usually begins it’s life with the following conversation “of course you will be able to wear it again, it doesn’t even look um..…bridesmaidy!”

    • Kbear

      OMG – she sat on a bean-bag chair and it got stuck in her underwear……

      • TonyGo

        Or papasan chair cushion rendered in satin.

    • http://thishotoldbroad.blogspot.com/ Sara Leigh Merrey

      Hot-air balloon.

    • Badriya Al-Badi’a

      She looks like a giant insect from the back. Which would be okay if that’s the overall look she was going for, but it probably wasn’t.

    • Dan_In_NYC

      Color, yes. Dress, no. Shoes, fierce. Head, Kylie.

    • rkdgal

      Who doesn’t want a dress with a built-in whoopie cushion? Leo and Jonah will be giggling every time she sits down!

    • NYCGlamourpuss

      Hey, I had this same gown! You know, when I was a bridesmaid in 1988…

    • amaranth16

      I feel like this dress could theoretically have been so much more. That just enhances the tragedy.

    • boweryboy

      Sorry Oscar. I love your designs and all, but that dress was done a 1000x better by Alexander McQueen.

      Plus, it’s super, super shiny and puckery and unflattering. No. Just no.

    • Malibufire

      I don’t understand satin. Never have, never will. At its best it looks wrinkly, cheesy, and unforgiving. It makes the seams look like a Project Runway challenge.

    • marlie

      That’s rather dramatic. I like it, but I’d like it more if she wasn’t posing so hard… This is not a dress where you can do that, because every movement causes the satin to pull and it’s rather obvious.

      • alyce1213

        I like it too, it’s different and has big impact, which is what she’s going for on this pole dance. But posing with arms akimbo in this fabric, under lights, is unfortunate. It must be gorgeous moving.

    • http://www.readbarbara.com/ ReadBarbara

      I do not aspire to wear a dress that looks like a malfunctioning parachute, but that’s just me.

      • Mismarker

        Or a satin fitted bed sheet that I just couldn’t fold so decided to fashion into a dress, a la The Sound of Music, instead.

        • http://www.readbarbara.com/ ReadBarbara

          very funny!

    • SugarSnap108

      A dress with a built-in bean-bag chair is pretty ingenious.

    • belfebe

      OMG. Did she fart? Sorry. It was too easy. Inflatable skirt.

    • Nika E

      If this was on Cate Blanchet I would be dieing. I really like it just not on this chick. I dont even know who this is really.

      • alyce1213

        She’s “new.” Stars with DiCaprio in Wolf of Wall Street.

    • http://armchairauthor.wordpress.com/ LesYeuxHiboux

      I actually want to like this, just because it’s so unusual. It’s also increasingly preposterous. She fashioned a dress from the curtains at the Moulin Rouge (a surprisingly conservative one, but still.) WAY too much satin, and that hem…who needs a butt swag?

    • Jaeda Laurez

      I love it from every angle but the front.

    • http://www.lippsisters.com/ Deborah Lipp

      LOOK AT MY BIG RED TIT WRINKLES!

    • Tatiana Luján

      I hate satin. I would have loved this if the dress were made of another fabric.

    • ThesisMonkey

      dress, that’s not your bra.

    • http://phantomminuet.blogspot.com/ MinAgain

      Love the colors, hate the fit.

    • Kimberly Wilcox

      It’s like, almost an awesome dress. If it was rendered other than shiny satin, it would be improved. Satin always pulls like that in form fitting garments so the fit needs to be exact (which this is not) and the skirt, though interesting, seems to be proving too difficult for her; it comes across as gimmicky. The idea of the dress has merit, but it doesn’t seem to be working for her, and not sure that this Satin works for much….

    • mlurve

      It looks so nice in the picture of her in motion but otherwise…eh…

    • KT

      Emo hair + tacky piercings + rippled tits + ass parachute. In other words, NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO.

    • Trickytrisha

      Horrideous. Gorgeous shoes though.

    • Deedles

      “Seriously honey. Does this dress make my butt look big?”

    • Lilak

      NASA would do well to establish some cahoots with DLR if they want people to pay attention to them again. That play just might work wonders for their image with the public (crazy collaboration project #2 for Miss Wintour the Fixer?).
      This little taxpayer would consider an extra contribution for some stylish and colorful landings!

    • crash1212

      That dress is awful. Full stop.

    • teensmom99

      She’s new to the RC so may not realize that good tailoring is her friend and bad fit her enemy. Luckily, the uncles and the BKs are here to guide her.

    • Imasewsure

      Hilariously bad… until I got to the last picture which was just HILARIOUS (and bad).

    • Nancer

      Look! My dress doubles as a Valentines Day Mylar balloon! How cool is that?

    • kimmeister

      How handy, she has her own air pocket in case of an avalanche! That’s one prepared lady.

    • DuBey2

      I love it overall, but why oh why do the designers seem intent on smushing everyone’s breasts? And I don’t love the hair.

    • LeelaST

      Puckery & Poofy disaster for me. Sort of fits her character though.

    • ailujailuj

      gorgeous dress in profile – and in the final photo. But the designer forgot to design for any other pose. I love her so much – since “Pan Am”. Huge crush. huge slurpy wet crush on this girl.

    • amanda siegelson

      i keep thinking she is jaime pressly… but i liked jaime more. the dress is doing nothing for me – but it’s not offending me either.

    • http://weirdinedgewise.blogspot.com ONEWEIRDWORD

      Looks cool from the back and the side.

    • Lily-Rygh

      I really can hardly stop laughing long enough to detail everything I hate about this dress. Because it’s EVERYthing!

    • http://gabyrippling.tumblr.com/ Gaby

      Maria Von Trapp made this dress from the fitted sheets in the honeymoon suite when she realized she forgot to pack “play clothes.”

    • quiltrx

      Too tight top? Visible bra edge? Wrinkly mess? Vagina curtains? Ottoman ass?
      Well, this dress answered yes to all these questions. That’s all I have to say for this poor man’s Jamie Pressly (who is already kind of a poor man’s Jaime King).

    • DuBey2

      Is she supposed to be “Little Red Riding Hood” with the big bad Wolf on Wall Street?

    • AnotherG

      Honestly, I loved this. I fully cop to having questionable taste. It’s why I read this blog: to improve it.

    • shelley514

      How’d she blow that big red balloon out of her butt. Talent!

    • Claudia

      Oh, Donna…

    • St. Ace

      She looks like she can play Billie Piper’s bitchier sister.