The two stars are in perfect style sync once more
Robbie turned heads at the Sunday award show — where she is nominated for best actress — in custom red Balmain and almost 100 carats of Lorraine Schwartz diamonds, including 60-ct. oval diamond earrings and a 35-ct. oval diamond ring.
Blunt, who is nominated for best supporting actress and attended the ceremony with husband John Krasinski, wore a Giorgio Armani Privé gown embroidered in red sequins and crystals with a twisted draped one-shoulder sleeve featuring cascading rosettes down the back.
The two stars previously wore nearly identical looks on January 12 at the Governors Awards, with both women in sleek black gowns with diamanté details and cutouts.
For her part, Robbie told Entertainment Tonight her look is "Barbie-esque . . . it's not replicating Barbie."
Just a week ago, Robbie brought a pop of pink to the 2024 Golden Globes in a fit fans immediately recognized as a replica of the 1977 SuperStar Barbie.
At the Globes — where she received a nod for best performance by a female actor in a motion picture (musical or comedy) — Robbie evoked the ‘70s doll in a custom Giorgio Armani Privé hot-pink sequined gown along with a pink tulle boa.
The star also accessorized to the nines, amping up her pink look with $3 million worth of diamonds from Lorraine Schwartz, including 30-carat diamond studs and a 3-carat ring featuring natural vivid pink diamonds.
For a Globes after party at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, the actress went from day to night by channeling the 1977 doll’s second look — the same sparkling gown and boa, but in black.
Speaking about her Barbie-inspired style ahead of the film's European premiere — where she wore two breath-taking ensembles inspired by the doll — Robbie told PEOPLE that she and her stylist, Andrew Mukamal, are “finding Barbie references from decades past and just doing it really for the big Barbie fans out there."
“We're hoping to get them excited,” she said, adding that she and Mukamal were “pairing Barbie references with great designers.”
As for her own take on the doll’s iconic glamor? “Well, it's not subtle, but it's very fun!”
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