Margot Robbie looked ready for bed at the Barbie European premiere in London on Wednesday night.
The blonde beauty, 33, looked nothing short of sensational in a thigh-skimming red mini dress as she left one of three Barbie afterparties but certainly looked overworked with hair covering her face and a coy smile.
Cineworld Leicester Square, a private residence and the Chiltern Firehouse, had a night of stars – and celebrations – to celebrate the release of the eagerly-anticipated Greta Gerwig movie.
Margot’s corseted gown struggled to contain her assets as she pressed into the waiting car with her hair over her perfectly made up face.
She was sure to turn heads in the micro-mini after her night in the spotlight.
Wow! Margot Robbie was ready for bed on the evening of the Barbie European premiere in London on Wednesday night
Wow: Margot Robbie looked nothing short of sensational in a thigh-skimming red mini dress as she left the Barbie afterparty on Wednesday night
Her perfectly coiffed locks tumbled in front of her face while her perfectly applied make-up stayed in place despite the long evening.
Earlier in the evening, she was perfect Barbie in an incredible pink satin gown inspired by 1960s dolls at the London premiere at Cineworld Leicester Square.
The leading actress slipped into a racy number for a photocall at the London Eye ahead of the film.
And at the end of the day, Margot still looked picture perfect in a red mini as she stepped out of a star-studded afterparty at a private residence in London, where she partied with her co-stars and other guests until dawn.
Margot put on a leggy display in the corseted satin number that clung to her back as she joined stars including director Greta and co-stars America Ferrera, Ryan Gosling and Will Ferrell.
She swept her blonde hair back from her face in a messy updo and opted for a typically glamorous makeup look.
To complete her second look of the day, Margot boosted her height with a pair of matching heels.
Meanwhile, her co-star Ryan Gosling, who plays Kane, looked just as smart as he left the bash in his bold turquoise suit.
Party girl: And at the end of the day, Margot still looked picture perfect in a red mini as she stepped out of the star-studded bash
One to watch: Margot is currently Hollywood’s star of the moment as she continues to promote Barbie with co-star Ryan Gosling. It will release in theaters on July 2
Dua Lipa was in great form in her colorful slip dress as she stepped out.
The singer, 27, who plays mermaid Barbie in the film, looked incredible in a multicolored mini dress that highlighted her jaw-dropping figure.
Dua walked the pink carpet at the Leicester Square premiere in the dress, featuring a plunging neckline and a rhinestone detail.
Adding height to her frame with a pair of blue heels, Dua styled her brunette locks into a sleek updo.
Elsewhere, Louise Redknapp was among the stars in residence at Chilter Firehouse on Wednesday. The premiere’s stars split into an official after-party at a private London residence and a more elaborate hangout at the Firehouse.
Work it: Margot put a leggy display on her lower back in a satin number
Glam: She swept her blonde hair back from her face in a messy updo and opted for a typically glamorous makeup look
Flawless: The film star continued to smile as she made her way to her car
Good times: Margot was in great spirits as she chatted with her friends after the party
Star of the show: She definitely garnered a lot of attention in her thigh-skimming red dress
So fresh: Meanwhile, her co-star Ryan Gosling, who plays Ken, looked as smart as he left the bash in his bold turquoise suit
Dressed for the occasion, the 48-year-old looked glamorous as she wore a black blazer jacket and matching skirt with a Prada camisole.
Keeping it simple, the singer wore her locks straight and accessorized with some chunky gold hoops.
Louise added a few extra inches to her petite frame with a pair of lace-up black heels as she was seen walking on the cobblestones.
Adoya Aboah also cut a trendy figure as she arrived at the venue in a black metallic figure-hugging mini dress.
Earlier in the day, woman of the moment Margot wowed in a stunning pink satin gown with an embroidered tulle trim by Vivienne Westwood.
Gorgeous: When Dua Lipa was in great shape in her multicolored slip dress while going out
Flawless: Adding height to her frame with a pair of blue heels, Dua styled her brunette locks into a sleek updo
Trendy: The Don’t Start Now hitmaker drew more attention to her look with a chunky, multicolored choker
Radiant: Adoa Abowah cut a trendy figure as she arrived at the venue in a black metallic figure-hugging mini dress
Looking good: Louise Redknapp also enjoyed a night out at the popular celebrity haunt on Wednesday
The outfit: Wrapped up in a matching blazer, Louise accentuated her frame with a pair of strappy, open-toed heels
Trendy: Marty Charteris opted for a more casual look as she wore a black low-cut top which she paired with matching trousers
Night on the town: The socialite also wore a white patterned cardigan and added height to her frame with black ankle boots
Elegant: Panna Fennel cuts a classy figure in a smart black coat with white embroidery
Legs for the day: Issa Rae flashed her endless pins in a ’60s-style mini dress featuring a green feathered trim
Margot debuted a series of doll-inspired looks ahead of the film’s release and opted to channel the 1960s Enchanted Evening idol for the anticipated premiere.
The dress was cinched with a corset-style top with a flower on her hips and featured a dramatic train.
Margot enhanced her height with see-through heels and wore a pearl choker as well as long white gloves.
Sparkly: Greta Gerwig dazzled in a sequined pink caped gown as she left the afterparty
I got you: He was offered a helping hand as he carefully descended the steps
Lady in Red: America Ferrera looked sensational in a fitted red midi dress and coordinating heels
Look who it is: Will Ferrell gives a small smile as he slips into his smart suit
On the go: Hari Nef wowed in a colorful dress worn over black underwear
The actress, who stars as Barbie, has recently been on a global press tour with other cast members, including Ryan Gosling as Kane, and has so far made stops in countries such as Australia, South Korea and Mexico.
Greta Gerwig, who is known for directing past films like Little Women (2019) and Lady Bird (2017), has not only taken on the role of director of the upcoming fantasy comedy, but also penned the screenplay with Noah Baumbach.
The Barbie movie stars not only Margot, Ryan and Dua, but also America Ferrera, Issa Rae, Harry Neff and Simu Liu. Different versions of both Barbie and Ken dolls will be portrayed, with actress Helen Mirren narrating the film.
The premise of the movie, which has a budget of $100 million, follows Barbie and Ken as they travel the real world to find the true meaning of happiness.
Incredible: Margot showed off her second stunning look when she changed from a pink gown to a red mini dress at the Barbie photocall at the London Eye
Sizzling: The leading actress dazzled for the cameras as she posed in a red mini
Fan: He took pictures with the crowd
Crowd of fans: The actress was also seen signing posters at the event
The cast: The actress, who played the lead role of Barbie, has recently been on a global press tour with other cast members, including Ryan Gosling as Kane.
Doll-like: Earlier in the day, she wore a stunning pink satin gown with an embroidered tulle trim by Vivienne Westwood
Inspiration: The doll pictured she recreated on the pink carpet
Filming began last year in 2022 at Warner Bros. Studios in England, while some exterior shots were notably shot outside Los Angeles such as Venice.
During a recent interview with Rolling Stone, Greta revealed that Margot felt ‘self-conscious’ while filming the Venice Beach scene.
‘People will go up to Ryan, high-five him, and say, “Awesome, Ryan, you look great!” And they won’t actually tell Margot. They would just look at him. It was just surreal. At that moment, he felt self-conscious.’
Gerwig added, ‘And as a director I wanted to protect him. But I also knew that the scene we were shooting had to be the scene where he felt exposed. And she was exposed as both a celebrity and a woman.’