She’s known for her sleek and sophisticated style as the face of Chanel but Margot Robbie seems to be experimenting with a dramatic new look.
The Oscar-nominated actor, 28, was almost unrecognisable in New York today, sporting a curly blonde mane.
And it was far from her usual slicked back, frizz-free locks.
With a perm-esque ‘do, the Aussie star could have easily been mistaken for Sarah Jessica Parker or Kylie Minogue circa Confide In Me with a head of peroxide blonde curls.
Robbie has certainly been turning heads in the Big Apple, where she attended the Tribeca Film Festival.
She wore a black lace Chanel jumpsuit, teamed with a furry cardigan and a leather belt, to promote her latest indie film, Dreamland.
The Once Upon a Time In Hollywood star is a Chanel ambassador and was muse of the brand’s late creative director, Karl Lagerfeld.
Late last year, Robbie revealed to Porter magazine about the challenges of shooting her famous “nursery room” scene in The Wolf of Wall Street with co-star Leonardo DiCaprio.
“It doesn’t come across when you’re watching the movie, but in reality we’re in a tiny bedroom with 30 crew crammed in. All men,” Robbie told the British mag.
“For 17 hours I’m pretending to be touching myself,” she added.
“It’s just a very weird thing and you have to bury the embarrassment and the absurdity, really deep, and fully commit.”
Robbie recently wrapped filming a big budget spin-off of Suicide Squad, centred around her breakout character, Harley Quinn.
The full title of the movie is Birds of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn).
The plot is described as following Harley Quinn as she “assembles a girl gang of friends to take on a bad guy”, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
It is scheduled to be released on February 7, 2020, more than three years after critical flop Suicide Squad premiered.
In an interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Robbie revealed how her life had changed after starring in Suicide Squad — her first big action film.
“You’re about to be in a comic book film; now here’s the worst-case scenario of how big and scary it can get,” Robbie said.
“There’s just all this stuff you learn along the way, like, when you get those death threats, it’s [smart] to have a security team do a background check on whoever sent them to see if there is any past history of violence because you’ll need to know whether you need security to go to certain events,” Robbie told THR.
Robbie said she wished “someone had explained a lot of those things to me early on”.