Monday, November 27, 2017

Margot Robbie on the December 2017 Cover of Vogue Australia Magazine

Margot Robbie is the December 2017 cover star of Vogue Australia. On the cover which was shot by  Lachlan Bailey, Margot is wearing head to toe ALEXANDER MCQUEEN SPRING 2018. In the issue, she talks being a feminist, being married, sexual harassment in Hollywood and so much more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Margot's feature, visit and pick up a copy on newsstand. 

On whether she thinks it will help or hinder her career by working with close friends:
A lot of people cautioned us against starting a company with our friends, and I was actually really disappointed with how many people told us that it was a bad idea. But I guess we’re one of the exceptions to the rule because we’re still all the best of friends and we love working together. It’s perfect, because work never feels like work to me. I’m always with my best friends, I trust them implicitly, we know each other so well, we know everyone’s strengths and weaknesses and how to spread projects among ourselves so that we can be as productive and efficient as possible and it’s been great so far.

On if being married changed her relationship:
That’s the thing, we were best friends and roommates before and now we’re like best friends and roommates still, so nothing’s really changed at all. Other than the fact that I get to wear this on the weekends. I can’t obviously wear it during the week when I’m working – I don’t want to lose it on set.

On if she considers herself a feminist:
I do, I do. But a couple of years ago I was almost scared to say I was because it had so many negative connotations, like: ‘If you’re a feminist, you hate men.’ I’ve been listening to a lot of TED Talks lately on new-wave feminism and it’s not about hating men, and men can be feminists too. My favourite definition of a feminist is ‘any person who believes in gender equality in a social, emotional, financial respect’, and that means Tom’s a feminist, I’m a feminist.

Credit: Vogue Australia

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