Margot Robbie joined the rest of the Oscars class of 2018 for a luncheon in Beverly Hills on Monday.


The Aussie actress is up for a Best Actress Oscar for her role as Tonya Harding in I, Tonya, which is also up for Best Picture. Robbie wore a Chanel mini dress, which was white and features slim black stripes with thicker stripes around her waist and hemlines. She added a matching black Chanel handbag.The outfit is not available for purchase online or in stores, as it is from the 2018 Pre-Fall collection.

Robbie was joined by other Oscar hopefuls, including Saoirse RonanSteven SpielbergGreta Gerwig and Sam Rockwell. Other notable attendees included Academy board member Laura Dern, ABC president Bob IgerKobe Bryant (nominated for Best Animated Short Dear Basketball) and Patton Oswalt. Robbie’s husband Tom Ackerley joined his wife in support.

The event, as it is every year, was relatively low-key. The stars dressed up, wined and dined, and mingled before the big Oscars evening, set for March 4. The awards show will be televised live on ABC at 7 p.m. EST.


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Aside from her Oscar-nominated work, Robbie was also involved in an elaborate tourism ad for Australia that has been the talk of the Internet for weeks. The country pretended to promote a sequel to Crocodile Dundee featuring a mostly Aussie cast, including Robbie. In an ad during Super Bowl LII, when the official trailer was teased to drop, Chris Hemsworth and Danny McBride admitted that it was all a ploy for Australia tourism.

Robbie played along well, and on Jan. 28 posted an Instagram message with Paul Hogan, the original Dundee. “Throwback to being on set with this aussie legend #MickDundee #DaughterOfDonk #AD 😎🍻@DundeeMovie,” she wrote.

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