Margot Robbie wows in white at Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere

Margot Robbie wowed in a white dress at the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere in Los Angeles on Monday night.Some of the film industry’s biggest stars turned out for the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, which focuses on the story of TV…

Margot Robbie wowed in a white dress at the Once Upon a Time in Hollywood premiere in Los Angeles on Monday night.

Some of the film industry’s biggest stars turned out for the premiere of Quentin Tarantino’s latest film, which focuses on the story of TV star Rick Dalton (Leonardo DiCaprio) and his stunt double Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), as they set out to make names for themselves in the film industry at the time of the Charles Manson murders in Los Angeles in 1969.

Australian actress Margot portrays Sharon Tate in the movie, and for the star-studded event, she opted for a flowing white Chanel number with a deep-V neckline, flowing sleeves and floor-sweeping skirt.

Referencing the time period of the film, the 29-year-old’s hairstylist Bryce Scarlett styled her blonde locks into soft curls, while her make-up artist Pati Dubroff opted for a “hot summer ’70s vibe,” and used Soleil Tan De Chanel Bronzing Make-up Base and the Duo Bronze et Lumiere Clair palette to achieve her bronzed complexion.

Margot accessorised her ensemble with gold chandelier earring and a gold purse.

Meanwhile, Leonardo and Brad both looked handsome in sharp suits, and filmmaker Quentin chose a black suit with a velvet blazer.

Rumer Willis, who plays Joanna Pettet, rocked a beautiful white Grecian gown from Ong-Oaj Pairam and high heels from Christian Louboutin, and was supported by her sisters Scout and Tallulah.

Margaret Qualley, who takes on the part of Pussycat in the film, made it a family affair too, stopping to pose in her sheer Prada dress alongside her father Paul Qualley and sister Rainey.

Rising star Austin Butler, who plays Charles “Tex” Watson, was joined by his girlfriend Vanessa Hudgens, who looked stunning in a black Armani gown, with other castmembers to turn out for the bash included Timothy Olyphant, Rebecca Gayheart, Bruce Dern, and Zoe Bell.

Additionally, celebrities such as Adriana Lima, Rob Lowe, Travis Scott, Snoop Dogg, Pierce Brosnan, Britney Spears, Robin Thicke, John Stamos, Chris Hemsworth, and Sofia Vergara got dressed to the nines for the night as well.

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Cindy Crawford fled her Malibu home during devastating wildfires

Cindy Crawford grabbed a few personal belongings before fleeing her Malibu home when the Woolsey Fire began raging nearby earlier this month (Nov18).The blaze, one of two major fires to hit California in November, had a devastating effect on the area, …

Cindy Crawford grabbed a few personal belongings before fleeing her Malibu home when the Woolsey Fire began raging nearby earlier this month (Nov18).

The blaze, one of two major fires to hit California in November, had a devastating effect on the area, with lots of people, including celebrities, losing their homes. There have also been more than 80 fatalities reported so far from the Woolsey and Camp fires.

While Cindy and husband Rande Gerber’s place was ultimately spared, she didn’t stick around when the flames got close.

“I’m not one to hang back with a fire hose,” she told C Magaizne. “You think, what do I need? I grabbed passports and birth certificates, some of my jewellery, a painting that my daughter (Kaia Gerber) had just done, and got on PCH (Pacific Coast Highway). I saw what looked like a tsunami of smoke coming over the mountains. It was ominous.

“We know at least 20 people who lost their houses. It’s a close community. Fortunately our friends are safe, and I think it’s a reminder to all of us that you are not the stuff you own. But stuff contains memories – that favourite Christmas dish you don’t know you were missing until you look for it.”

Miley Cyrus and Robin Thicke both lost their houses in the fire, while Gerard Butler’s California pad was left badly damaged.

Cindy also wasn’t too far away when a gunman opened fire at the Borderline Bar and Grill, a popular student haunt in Thousand Oaks, killing 12, in early November.

“I’m so sad for this generation of kids that they have to hear about gun violence on a weekly basis,” Cindy, who also has son Presley, sighed. “I can’t imagine how their brains process it. We haven’t sat together yet and discussed it all as a family. It feels weird here – the energy is off in L.A. right now. We need to have that family dinner.”

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