Margot Robbie’s Latest Fashion Doll Inspiration is Claudia Schiffer

Robbie pulled in the AFI in Beverly Hills the Claudia Schiffer look on an archival Chanel look that was originally modeled by Claudia Schiffer back in the mid-’90s. The full outfit, consisting of a cropped cardigan and mini skirt, is plucked from the French brand’s spring 1995 runway show.

Margot Robbie has made it a habit of basing her Barbie press tour looks off of vintage Mattel dolls, but today, the actress modeled her most recent outfit after another absolutely iconic blonde.

The collection is one of brand’s more popular shows amongst fashion scholars, with models like Naomi Campbell, Yasmeen Ghauri, and Linda Evangelista all gracing the catwalk—but Schiffer’s look in particular (which opened the collection and featured in subsequent campaigns) is a hallmark of Karl Lagerfeld’s early tenure at the brand that was all about mini skirts, cropped tweeds, and pops of neons.

Robbie’s version followed suit almost exactly to how Schiffer modeled the original look. The actress’ tangerine orange vest featured a flower-shaped brooch and showed off a hint of her midsection. The high-waisted mini skirt seemed to be the only adjustment—instead of wearing it à la Schiffer with a slit in the front, Robbie opted for a bit of coverage with a more traditional pencil shape.

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A blinged-out waist belt added even more sparkle to Robbie’s look, as did her patent leather box bag and peep-toe heels. Glam arrived simple, and very Schiffer, in the form of loose waves and natural, sun-kissed makeup.

Schiffer is known as the original “Chanel Barbie” (and even recently had her own Mattel doll come into circulation) so it makes sense that Robbie would want to replicate such an iconic look. Robbie, though, does have some experience in not only pulling off archival Chanel, but also the exact looks that Schiffer wore for the house back in the ‘90s.

For one of earlier press looks last summer, the Aussie turned her travel day at the Sydney airport into a runway spectacle by wearing a head-to-toe Chanel outfit (with matching luggage) that Schiffer wore in 1996. Just a few months later, she slipped into a metal mesh Versace look inspired by a similar one the German beauty championed for the brand’s 1994 runway. Barbie, Chanel (sometimes Versace), Schiffer—Robbie knows the power of the reference.

For a brief moment last week it appeared that Margot Robbie was waving goodbye to Barbiecore once and for all. She stepped out in a big, big pants from Schiaparelli and an ultra-luxe couture look from Fendi—perhaps signaling that her, and the world’s, obsession with doll fashion had come to an end (well, atleast until a sequel). Over the weekend, though, Robbie proved that she’s not done with her Barbie style just yet as she stepped out for a panel discussion at the Director’s Guild of America.

Robbie appeared at the Los Angeles event in a look that, while not dripping in pink or sequins, was actually a reference to the 2015 “Cherry Pie Picnic” Barbie per her stylist, Andrew Mukamal. The Australian actress looked every bit like the doll—wearing a full Bottega Veneta look made up of cuffed, wide-legged jeans a cherry-printed button down. She even sported the same open-toe heels and statement belt, but added her own twist to things with a woven top handle bag and loose waves instead of pigtails.

Later in the day, Robbie switched into another Bottega Barbie moment for a special screening and Q&A hosted by Warner Bros. This one, though not modeled after a specific doll, still had a very Mattel feel thanks to the powder pink color way, feathered hemline, and peep-toe Manolo Blahnik heels. On Friday, the 33-year-old attended another screening (because apparently there’s still people that haven’t seen Barbie) wearing jeans that she matched with a pink corset, blazer, and heels from Versace.

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