In a matter of days Margot Robbie has sported a string of extreme high-fashion looks as she hits the promo trail for her new movie.
And her latest outfit appears to have topped them all.
The Gold Coast-born star looked positively regal in a sheer Chanel gown at the New York premiere of Mary Queen of Scots.
Robbie, who plays Queen Elizabeth I in the drama, wore her hair tightly slicked back, and paired her look with a bold crimson lipstick shade.
Her show-stopping high-collared gown was an inspired choice for the premiere of her royal biopic.
As she made her way down the red carpet, Robbie posed with co-star Saoirse Ronan, who plays the title role in the new drama.
Robbie’s appearance at the premiere comes after a whirlwind publicity tour that has seen her rock some edgy looks by the world’s best designers.
Hours before the premire, Robbie was dressed head to toe in French designer Isabel Marant as she headed to the Good Morning America studios in New York to chat about the new film.
She finished off her look with a pair of black stiletto pointed toe ankle boots.
The night before, the Oscar-nominated star exuded old Hollywood glamour when she appeared on the Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in a black off-the-shoulder floral dress from LA label, Brock Collection.
She matched the midi dress, valued at a cool 979, with classic pointed toe black pumps, a red lip and brushed out waves.
Earlier that day, the Queenslander stepped out in Tribeca in what was probably one of her boldest looks to date, pairing extremely baggy wide-legged Chanel boyfriend-style jeans with a preppy Chanel branded cardigan.
As an ambassador for the luxury brand, Robbie finished off the divisive look with a gorgeous black Chanel shoulder bag.
In another edgy ensemble, she wore a floor-length silky white dress with long sleeves at a special screening of Mary Queen of Scots on Sunday night.
Robbie, wearing her hair in a slick up-do, slipped on a pair of knee-high black boots to wear with the heavy fabric dress from Self-Portrait, a British designer favoured among Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge and Beyonce.
In Mary Queen of Scots, Robbie plays Queen Elizabeth I opposite Saoirse Ronan’s Mary Stuart. The period drama focuses on the events that led the English queen to order the execution of her rival.
It took nearly four hours every day to transform Robbie into Elizabeth I, including the placement of a red wig, prosthetics and white face paint.
“I could barely move my face because there was so much prosthetics. It’s glued-down plastic on your face,“ Robbie said in a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar.
“The clothes were very restrictive, as they were at the time. It helped — I felt claustrophobic, I felt trapped.”
She added the experience shooting the movie made her feel “lonely”.
“It was very alienating. And I felt very lonely.”