Margot Robbie is back to being human again, and it's remarkably symbolic. Captured by Mario Sorrenti for Vogue Australia's August issue, the Australian actress shines in a refreshing light, free from the 'Barbie doll' image often projected onto her by American media.
For years, Robbie has been portrayed and photographed like a Barbie doll by her American counterparts. However, her home country's Vogue cover removes her from this 'Barbiecore' aesthetic, highlighting her true persona in an authentic and captivating way. This shift presents a stark contrast from the stereotype that had become associated with the actress.
The shoot presents Robbie in a variety of settings and outfits, capturing her versatility as both an actress and a fashion icon. Each image reveals a different aspect of her personality, allowing audiences to see her in a new light.
Despite the impressive nature of this shoot, I must admit that I was more impressed by her recent photo shoot for M le Magazine du Monde. Yet, there's no denying the refreshing allure of this Vogue Australia cover, showcasing Margot Robbie not just as an international star, but also as a down-to-earth Aussie at heart.