Margot Robbie in Dries Van Noten at the Roman ‘OUATIH’ premiere: perfect or nah?

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood premiere in Rome, Italy

In a recent post about Margot Robbie’s OUATIH promotional fashion, I complained about her color scheme, and how I’m not into the yellows and rusty bronze shades. Someone commented with the theory that Margot is trying to coordinate with the OUATIH poster and she’s trying to look like a “sunset,” and that sort of blew my mind. Now I sort of believe that too – she’s not doing a full Sharon Tate cosplay, only a couple of looks seemed sort of Sharon Tate-esque. But Margot is definitely choosing some of her looks to coordinate with the backdrop. It makes sense.

Anyway, here are some photos of Margot, Leo DiCaprio and Quentin Tarantino at the Rome premiere of Once Upon a Time in Hollywood. I guess Brad Pitt was only contractually obligated for the London and Berlin premieres, and he doesn’t have to do the full European tour. Margot wore this sunshine-yellow/saffron colored Dries Van Noten dress (watch by Richard Mille). I dislike yellow on the red carpet, but I don’t really hate this. I like that her look isn’t too “done” – hair a bit messy, dress that fits like a nightgown, a strong red lip but her makeup doesn’t look too “done.” It’s sort of great, honestly.

Meanwhile, did you know that I’ve never seen The Revenant OR Wolf of Wall Street? I just didn’t care. I think Leo is an okay actor, but I’ve never watched a movie just for Leo, and I won’t see OUATIH just for Leo either. But I do know that Leo has helped Margot Robbie out a lot, and that they’re good friends off-camera. I suspect that he treats Margot like one of his bros, and she probably loves that too. When they worked on Wolf of Wall Street, there were often reports about Margot joining the Wolf Pack for nights out, partying and drinking and gambling.

Apparently, Leo knew Margot was going to be a huge deal as soon as she auditioned with him. He told The Project that Margot’s addition scene was the one where she was supposed to kiss him but Margot decided to slap him: “In Wolf of Wall Street, seeing Margot come in and read that scene with me, I knew I was witnessing a dynamic presence in cinema that was about to begin. Scorsese and myself were blown away about how much she gave to the scene [and] fought back, and we both kind of immediately knew that she was going to have an incredible career.” It’s nice. But it makes me wonder if Leo did much to support Margot’s career after that? Probably not.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood premiere in Rome, Italy

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood premiere in Rome, Italy

Photos courtesy of WENN.

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  1. KLO says:

    She looks good

  2. Busyann says:

    Im not big on Leo and often find his movies annoying, but good, and not anything that I actually seek out to watch. Usually I catch a Leo movie when nothing else is available….which is how I saw Wolf of Wall Street a few year ago. We had a redbox freebie and nothing good was available so we chose that. I actually ended up liking it? It wasnt horrible. I do still plan to see OUATIH though, at some point, maybe, perhaps when it cools down a bit?

  3. Seraphina says:

    I love Margot. Huge fan but her hair needed something different. Love the dress. Love the color.

    • Lee says:

      Me too! She seems so grounded and doesn’t seem to take herself nor the Hollywood thing too seriously. She is naturally beautiful and talented. Refreshing to see celebs like her.

      • Seraphina says:

        @Lee. Yeah it is strange that I feel she’s real and grounded (good word) from just seeing pics and reading interviews. I think she connects easy to women or vice versa. Who knows, but I adore her. She was awesome in the I Tonya movie.

      • Lee says:

        I agree. She was great in that movie, she is very versatile and doesn’t seem scared of trying new and challenging roles.

  4. Loretta says:

    Her style is awful.

    • Rachel says:

      I haven’t liked a lot of her looks for this press tour. The color here is great for her but the dress just looks like a sack on her.

  5. Esme says:

    She’s a very very good actress, to be honest. If they have fun working together, I hope they’ll do more and better projects than this one.

  6. Lucy says:

    That color is amazing on her. I think Margot is very talented and gorgeous.

  7. Carol says:

    Love the dress and hair.

  8. FHMom says:

    Leo is a great actor. I’ve known that since Gilbert Grape. I haven’t seen any of his Oscar bait movies since I’m not a fan, but he is still very good at what he does. Margot’s dress totally looks like she kind of nightgown my mom used to wear when I was a kid. Her style is off.

  9. ChillyWilly says:

    She looks great. I really like that color on her. The Revenent was grueling. It was a good movie but soooo depressing. Much like Schindler’s List and Saving Private Ryan, I have no desire to watch it again.

  10. MellyMel says:

    That color is gorgeous!

  11. Original T.C. says:

    Beautiful woman, horrible dress shape and color. The top half is very much like a slip. I like everything about Leo’s movies except for him. He ruins it many times for me, he just never disappears into the role. But his genius is to always choose great projects with top directors. It reminds me of how Will Smith used to be good about picking the types of movies he knows will make tons of money until he decided to become an agent for his children’s careers and lost his mojo.

    Yes, I think Leo did help Robbie, her small role in Wolf of Wall Street quickly pushed her off to juicy projects that even Jen Lawrence didn’t have after her first starring film. She was co-starring as a co-lead with Will Smith in the blink of an eye. But Robbie has always been gracious about the support she has received from her friendship with Leo and Scorsese.

    • Rachel says:

      She seems to have picked great roles right from the start. She picks roles which are very different as well. A very versatile actress and since she has her own production company she controls her content.

  12. StormsMama says:

    She looks like she was at the beach all day then threw this on after sort of running a brush thru her hair.
    Let’s be real: she is a stunning woman who is literally “fighting the hotness” instead of just leaning into it. And she can do that at her age but at some point in the future she will “have to try” like everybody else and that’s all fine. I realize how ridiculous I sound but that’s how I see it.
    She’s so pretty she can away with anything. But her stylist obviously hates her and she hasn’t found a way to own her beauty yet. She’s still embarrassed by ashamed by or insecure about the power of her beauty

  13. Valiantly Varnished says:

    Lol. I love mustard yellows and rusty bronze shades. They are some of my faves. So I’ve been really digging Margot’s color palette for this press tour.

  14. Grant says:

    I like Leo, I think he’s a good actor. You should see Wolf of Wall Street, if only for Margot’s performance. It’s not a massive role, but she commands every scene that she’s in and really leaves an impression. I’m shocked she didn’t get an acting nom, probably because she was so new.

    • Rachel says:

      I would love to see Wolf of Wall Street but there are scenes in it that just make my skin crawl. Margot I hear is wonderful in it, though.

  15. SeamstressfortheBand says:

    I love Margot, love her style, she is physically flawless. No, this is not her best look. The casual hair & dress together looks a bit sloppy. The color looks gorgeous on her and the lipstick. She must be exhausted from all the press on this movie… she can’t dress to the nine’s every single day every single time! But no, this isn’t her best and it isn’t great. I looks like a casual summer night out outfit. I’d wear this dress in a heartbeat with a belt.

  16. Case says:

    Yellow is really her color. She looks great.

    Leo is probably my favorite actor. I think he’s super talented and I enjoy most of the movies he’s in. That said, I HATED Wolf of Wall Street. What a meandering, overindulgent mess.

  17. lily says:

    I love her. She is talented, humble, stunning and down to earth.

  18. Stacy Dresden says:

    Love her and love her in that dress!

  19. Winechampion says:

    I realize this site has “bitchy” in the name, but I’m honestly always puzzled by the constant posts picking apart and judging the appearances of stunning women. These people in their “worst” looks still look 4 million times better than any of us on our best days. If anyone here can pull off a red carpet look, I’d like to see it. I have no idea what people need to wear to get it “right” but apparently it’s impossible 🤷‍♀️

  20. BANANIE says:

    I adore yellow dresses paired with red lipstick! I feel like yellow has been embraced on the red carpet a lot more in the past five years or so, but I’m remembering more canary/lemon colors, so I like this change-up a lot.

    Don’t like the shape though. I just constantly think of actresses who have nailed their sense of style and look fabulous. With the budget she has — and ability to get clothes lent to her — there is no excuse for her to wear so much shapeless stuff! She’s already a knockout, but with some work I think she could crush it sartorially.

  21. Originaluna says:

    I don’t watch all of his movies and as he filmed Black Diamond here in my country i heard he was unpleasant to work with. That being said I always leave a movie impressed with him. I think he’s really really good actor, better than Brad in my opinion and he focuses on doing just that. Great movies and different challenges. His niceness or his personal choices as a modelizer really don’t bother me unless he turns out to be some sort of abuser, jerk, racist etc. I’ve heard none of those rumors yet. Just that he was generally unpleasant to be with lol