With her spot-on impression of Ivanka Trump in Saturday Night Live's season opener, Margot Robbie proved her talent for comedy. But the Australian beauty brings a dash of sass and cheek everywhere she goes—including to high-profile, red-carpet events. One of the star's signature moves is to rock a neckline so deeply plunging, it makes us hope her assistant is nearby with plenty of fashion tape. Here are six shots of the actress slaying in her dangerous, signature silhouette.
1. In Valentino
For the New York premiere of Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, the 26-year-old Oscar nom wore a backless jumpsuit from Valentino's pre-fall collection.
2. In Tom Ford
At the 2016 Oscars, Margot wore Tom Ford's golden sequins like a second skin. Make that snakeskin: if you look closely, you'll note the dress's slither-worthy pattern.
3. In Saint Laurent
She rocked the same silhouette at the 2015 Oscars, but in a very different gown. A statement necklace by Van Cleef & Arpels added more visual intrigue to her neckline, and she used the occasion to debut a blunt bob.
4. In Gucci
At the 2014 Golden Globes, Margot turned heads in a white, jewel-encrusted gown with a thigh-high slit.
5. In Hugo Boss
Even when she's riffing on menswear, Margot gravitates toward the sexy neckline. She wore this sleek, fitted suit to the Hugo Boss Prize event in 2014.
6. In Rosie Assoulin
At the 2014 Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year Awards, the Suicide Squad star brought some sunshine to rainy London in a canary-yellow gown with a halter top.
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