Margot Robbie goes for boldest Barbie look yet at London premiere in ruffles, corset gown

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Somehow, this Barbie keeps getting better and better.

Margot Robbie hit the pink carpet at the “Barbie” movie London premiere on Wednesday in yet another stellar ensemble that was inspired by the namesake doll; this time, paying tribute to the Barbie Enchanted Evening 1960 Fashion Doll ($39).

The actress, 33, glowed in a pastel pink custom Vivienne Westwood gown with a rosette at her hip attached to a flowing train.

The gorgeous gown included a huge off-the-shoulder ruffled collar and white opera-length gloves.

The Aussie actress accessorized with clear heels befitting a Barbie and a triple strand pearl choker to complete the pitch-perfect look.

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Co-stars Ryan Gosling, Dua Lipa, America Ferrera, Hari Nef, Sam Smith and Simu Liu also turned out for the London premiere in their finest ensembles inspired by the movie, with plenty of Barbie bright pink on full display. 

Robbie, 33, has been going all out recreating some of the Mattel doll’s finest ensembles throughout her worldwide press tour.

The “Babylon” actress and her stylist, Andrew Mukamal, commissioned multiple designer outfits inspired by the famous doll’s iconic looks over the years.

For the Los Angeles premiere, the “Wolf of Wall Street” actress paid tribute to the 1960’s Solo in the Spotlight Barbie in a Schiaparelli Haute Couture strapless gown. 

While attending the movie’s Seoul last week Sunday, Robbie took her fashion cues in two separate outfits inspired by 1985’s famous Day-to-Night Barbie.

In LA, Ryan Gosling, who plays Ken, wore a Barbiecore ensemble of his own, complete with an initial necklace in the doll’s signature font as a tribute to Eva Mendes.

With just one more week until the July 21 theatrical premiere of the highly-anticipated film, there’s no telling how many more jaw-dropping looks fans can expect in the near future. 

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