Margot Robbie brings Barbie to life not only on the screen but also on the red carpet. With meticulous attention to detail, Robbie and her stylist, Andrew Mukamal, have crafted a mesmerizing fashion odyssey inspired by Barbie’s vibrant world. Each ensemble showcases Robbie’s commitment to embodying the spirit of the iconic doll.
A Pink and Fabulous Affair
Radiating unapologetic pink brilliance, Margot Robbie channels the Pink and Fabulous Barbie with a polka-dot Valentino minidress. Embracing Barbie’s favorite colors of hot pink, white, and yellow, Robbie’s ensemble captivates onlookers and leaves no doubt that she embodies the essence of fabulous.
Revving up the Barbie fantasy, the actress takes center stage in a life-sized Barbie convertible, opting for a head-to-toe Bottega Veneta outfit. With her presence behind the wheel, she elevates this iconic toy car to new heights of glamor and adventure.
Pink Gingham Forever
Paying tribute to Barbie’s enduring love for pink gingham, Margot Robbie dons the pattern in various ensembles throughout the press tour. From a two-piece Prada top and miniskirt set to a vintage Chanel blazer, she embraces the nostalgia of Barbie’s heritage while adding a modern twist.
The Timeless Teenage Fashion Model
Recreating the 1959 Teenage Fashion Model Barbie, Margot stuns in a stripped Hervé Léger bandage dress. She captures the essence of Barbie’s iconic swimwear, from the strapless silhouette to the perfectly matched accessories, creating a truly inspiring tribute.
From Work to Glamor
Robbie celebrates the concept of a modern working girl with a nod to the 1985 Day-to-Night Barbie. Wearing a Versace ensemble, complete with a bedazzled faux 1980s cellphone accessory, she effortlessly showcases the transition from office elegance to evening allure.
Crimped Hair Delight
While transporting us back to the ‘90s, Robbie pays tribute to Earring Magic Barbie with a hot pink Balmain minidress. Embracing the era’s charm, she perfectly balances nostalgia and modernity, leaving people longing for more fluffy crimped hair.
The Center of Attention
For the grand LA premiere, Margot Robbie stuns everyone in a Schiaparelli couture dress reminiscent of the iconic 1960 Solo in the Spotlight Barbie. With a voluminous tulle hem, a pale pink handkerchief, and layered diamond jewelry, she embodies the essence of a star performer.
Glamorous Like No Other
In a custom Vivienne Westwood creation, Robbie recreates the glamorous look of 1960s Enchanted Evening Barbie. With a super-glamorous gown, a three-strand pearl choker, and a rosette hip accent. She captures the allure of Barbie’s Golden Era while adding a touch of sophistication.
Along with the crisp fall air comes an abundance of fresh and delicious apples. Whether you’re looking for a great homemade gift for the holiday season or just happy to try out interesting uses for this amazing fruit, this slow cooker apple butter recipe is sure to impress. It’s easy to follow and needs only a handful of ingredients to ensure a wonderful flavor!
The Required Ingredients
For about four cups-worth of servings of apple butter, you will need:
- Three pounds of your preferred apples
- A quarter-cup of honey
- A quarter-cup of brown sugar
- A teaspoon of vanilla extract
- A quarter of a teaspoon of fragrant ground cloves
- Two teaspoons of ground cinnamon
Making the Delicious Apple Butter
Start by peeling and roughly chopping the apples. Place them in the slow cooker and mix in the honey, cinnamon, cloves, and brown sugar. Toss so the apples are coated well. Cover the pot and cook on the low setting for 6 hours. Add the vanilla extract and cook uncovered for another 2 hours. Once the apples are cool, pure them with an immersion blender. Pour the apple butter into airtight glass containers and keep them in the refrigerator.
A Few important Notes and Tips
Sweet varieties of apples, such as pink lady, honey crisp, golden delicious, and gala work very well for this recipe. This same base recipe can be used with plums, pears, apricots, peaches, and other fruits in place of apples. If you keep your apple butter in the refrigerator, use it for up to three weeks. It can last up to two months in the freezer. The butter can be used instead of applesauce in different types of pastries. It’s a great addition to waffles and very tasty when spread on toast. Mix some of it into fresh yogurt or sour cream for a healthy and nutritious snack!