By Cassie Carpenter For Dailymail.Com
21:25 12 Feb 2024, updated 23:31 12 Feb 2024
Margot Robbie looked leggy in a vintage Chanel tweed skirt suit while attending the 96th Oscars Nominees Luncheon, which took place at the Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills on Monday.
The Australian 33-year-old – who relies on stylist Andrew Mukamal – emulated Barbie in the pink-patterned bolero over a matching bra-top, corseted mini-skirt, and handbag from the early nineties.
Hairstylist Bryce Scarlett gave Margot’s signature highlighted blonde locks some wave, and nail artist Betina R. Goldstein applied her glossy manicure for the industy party.
Make-up artist Pati Dubroff brought out Robbie’s arched brows, high cheekbones, and pink pout.
The three-time Oscar nominee was joined on the red carpet by her real-life Ken aka her husband of seven years, Tom Ackerley.
Margot and the 33-year-old Englishman’s production company LuckyChap Entertainment just signed a first-look deal with Warner Bros. – according to TheWrap.
Robbie and Ackerley are nominated for the Academy Award for best picture in her role as producer of Greta Gerwig’s critically-acclaimed, $1.4B-grossing comedy about the 1959 Mattel doll.
However, some believe that the Asteroid City actress – who scored a $12.5M paycheck to produce and star in Barbie – was snubbed in the leading actress category.
Even if Margot is snubbed she’s got three more awards shows in the horizon.
Robbie will compete for two trophies – female movie star of the year and comedy movie star of the year – at the 49th People’s Choice Awards, which air this Sunday on NBC.
The Saltburn producer is nominated for two trophies – best actress in a leading role and outstanding British film – at the 77th British Academy Film Awards, which also this Sunday on BBC One.
Margot is up for two more trophies – outstanding performance by a female actor in a leading role and outstanding performance by a cast in a motion picture – at the 30th Screen Actors Guild Awards, which air February 24 on Netflix.
Once inside the venue, Robbie donned an adorable name tag seemingly for the one person who might not recognize her.
Also glamming up for the luncheon from Barbie were Ryan Gosling and America Ferrera, who both nabbed best supporting acting nominations for their roles as Ken and Gloria.
The Canadian 43-year-old later rubbed elbows with three-time Oscar winner Steven Spielberg, who’s nominated yet again for producing Maestro.
Barbie director Greta Gerwig – wearing a black sheer midi-dress – is nominated for best adapted screenplay with her absent husband Noah Baumbach.
Barbie scored two best original song nominations – one for FINNEAS and Billie Eilish for What Was I Made For? and one for Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt for I’m Just Ken.
The brother-sister musical duo previously won the Oscar in 2022 for penning their whispery Bond theme, No Time to Die
Diane Warren – rocking a gold-print pantsuit – is also up for best original song for The Fire Inside from Flamin’ Hot soundtrack.
Jon Batiste and Dan Wilson will compete for best original song with their track It Never Went Away from American Symphony.
Poor Things producer-star Emma Stone – who’s been a brand ambassador for Louis Vuitton since 2017 – slipped her slim 5ft6in figure into a bizarre zip-up tuxedo and black pumps selected by stylist Petra Flannery.
For her role as the reanimated Bella Baxter in Yorgos Lanthimos’ big-screen adaptation of Alasdair Gray’s 1992 novel, the 35-year-old Oscar winner has become the Oscar frontrunner for best actress.
Emma (born Emily) has already taken home the Golden Globe Award on January 7 and the Critics’ Choice Movie Award on January 14 for her wild performance.
Stone – who’s also nominated for best picture as producer – mingled with the likes of Colman Domingo, who’s nominated for best actor for the titular role in Rustin.
The Curse producer-star also enjoyed a PDA-filled reunion with her Aloha castmate Bradley Cooper – who’s nominated for best picture, best actor, and best screenplay for Maestro.
Emma’s onscreen leading man Mark Ruffalo – who played the scoundrel Duncan Wedderburn in Poor Things – flashed a peace sign while wearing a slim black suit on the red carpet.
Oppenheimer stars Robert Downey Jr., Emily Blunt, and Cillian Murphy – who are all nominated for acting prizes – shared a laugh while posing together.
Oppenheimer director Christopher Nolan posed at the luncheon with his producing partner-and-wife Emma Thomas, as they are both up for Academy Awards.
The Holdovers star Paul Giamatti – who’s the best actor frontrunner for his role as Professor Paul Hunham – looked sharp in a grey suit and tie.
The Holdovers star Da’Vine Joy Randolph – who scored her first Oscar nod as Mary Lamb – hung out with Martin Scorsese, who’s nominated for both directing and producing Killers of the Flower Moon.
The star-studded luncheon was also a chance for American Fiction actor Jeffrey Wright to get to know Killers of the Flower Moon actress Lily Gladstone before they compete for Oscar gold next month.
Nyad star Annette Bening – who’s up for best actress as swimmer Diana Nyad – looked chic in a beige wide-leg pantsuit over a crisp white blouse.
Maestro star Carey Mulligan – who’s up for best actress as Felicia Montealegre – wore a sophisticated black long-sleeve mini-dress with a gold belt and Mary Jane pumps.