While Margot Robbie may have drawn inspiration for her whole Barbie advertising campaign from the iconic looks of the pink-loving icon, Alexandra Shipp, her co-star, recently made the bold decision to present a completely new, sexier look as she walked the much-anticipated pink carpet.
The actress appeared at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Sunday. She looked lovely in a black-and-white silk gown with a plunging neckline that showcased her black bra adorned with crystals, plenty of glittery fringe, and a single spaghetti strap. Shipp let her dress take center stage by accessorizing with only a few small hoops, earrings, and silver rings. She completed the look by putting her hair into an elaborate updo and adding a pop of pink with an ombre manicure.
Barbieland will be available to the public on July 21st. Still, actor Alexandra, who portrays Writer Barbie in the movie, recently talked to Out about her initial reaction to the incredible Barbie set.
As soon as we arrived at the set, we proceeded to stroll on the grass and follow the small yellow brick path. And I broke down in tears,” she remarked. It’s the most feminine thing I have ever done. “Look at these two- to four-story Barbie Dreamhouses!” I said. It’s a dead end. You have everyone and everything! And I started sobbing like a small child because it was enormous and impressive. Since really being able to live in a fly-ass Barbie Dreamhouse was a fantasy.
- Alexandra Shipp, co-star of Margot Robbie in the Barbie movie, made a bold fashion statement at the premiere by wearing a black-and-white silk gown with a plunging neckline that showcased her crystal-adorned black bra.
- Shipp accessorized minimally with small hoops, earrings, and silver rings, allowing her dress to take center stage, while also completing the look with an elaborate updo and a pop of pink with an ombre manicure.
- The Barbie premiere took place at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles on Sunday, and Barbieland, the movie, will be available to the public on July 21st.
- Alexandra Shipp, who plays Writer Barbie in the film, expressed her emotional reaction to the Barbie set, describing it as the most feminine thing she had ever done and being moved to tears upon seeing the elaborate Barbie Dreamhouses on set.