Margot Robbie, 32, made a splash at the 13th annual Governors Awards on Nov. 19! The artist presented the event, which celebrated the awards given by the Board of Directors of the Academy, including the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award, the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award and the Honorary Award, in a green satin dress and placed on the carpet. The fashion choice consisted of a cut-out part and a sleeveless off-the-shoulder part.
The beauty had her hair down and parted in the middle of her look, and she had thick gold bracelets and earrings. She also rocked black nails and put on her shoes which were hidden under the long dress. She smiled for the cameras and was one of the best dressed at the star-studded event.
In addition to Margot, attendees included Jennifer Lawrence, Olivia Wilde, Cate Blanchett, Either Gerber, etc. The event was held at the Fairmont Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, CA and was followed by a party that brought out some familiar faces. Margot has been promoting her new film Babylontogether Brad Pittso that his appearance at the award helped focus attention on the side.
Before Margot stunned at the Governors Awards, she made headlines on the cover of Nonsense Fair at the beginning of this month. She wore a black Alaïa dress with a cut out bodice that revealed her toned abs and tiny waist. She also wore a short black bodysuit in one of the photoshoots and her hair was down.
In addition to the photos, Margot gave a candid interview at the store and one of the things she talked about was the recent paparazzi photos in which she appeared to be upset after leaving her partner. Cara DelevingneAt home in Los Angeles. “I’m like, ‘First of all, yes, yes’,” Margot told the publication about what she told her mother when she called her and asked if she and Cara were okay. ”And secondly, I’m not at Cara’s house—I’m outside at the Airbnb I’m renting for five days! And I don’t cry!’ I had something in my eyes. I’m trying to get a face mask, I’m trying to pick up a cup of coffee, and I can’t get the hair out of my eye. “