The Chanel ambassador stole the show at the Amsterdam premiere in New York City on Sunday in a strapless dress with an overlay pleated bodice and a pretty two-tiered lace skirt by the French atelier.
The two-time Oscar nominee (and client of Kate Young) paired her tiny quilted handbag with glittery earrings and silver platform wedges. Her makeup artist Pati Dubruff gave her a pink glow while her hairstylist, Bryce Scarlett, gave her loose waves.
The Suicide Squad actress, who looked radiant on the red carpet, spoke to PEOPLE about the less than glamorous aspects of the acting business. I want the public to get a behind-the-scenes look at how the film is made. I don’t think it’s as glamorous as people make it out to be, she said, comparing life on set to a combination of camping and working at a construction site.
She went on to say that film sets don’t usually have many extravagances and that only special occasions like this bring out the glitz and glamor.
Robbie, now 32, has said doing what she loves isn’t as glamorous as people assume. She thinks this could be one of the traits that helps people keep their feet on the ground. Robbie is unstoppable at this point, and while she joked that I might be spending too much time on film sets, that’s not the case.
The Australian actress-now starring in a historical mystery comedy-will also be starring in Babylon with Brad Pitt this December and in Barbie in July 2023, in which she will play the title character.
Robbie also announced earlier this year that she would be producing another historical heist film for the Ocean’s Eleven franchise.
In March, Robbie’s agent told PEOPLE that Robbie, Tom Ackerley and Michelle Graham would star in and produce an original 1960s Ocean’s film along with Bombshell filmmaker Jay Roach.