LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM: Australian actor Margot Robbie ethereally floated atop the BAFTAs red carpet at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Sunday night. Dressed in a black, full-length Chanel gown with lace detailing, the 29-year old Birds Of Prey star gracefully answered journalist’s questions about her unprecedented two nominations in the same category.

Cinephiles were left shocked in January when the British Academy of Film announced Robbie’s two nominations: Best Supporting Actress for her role as Sharon Tate in Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood and, er, Best Supporting Actress for her role as Fox News journalist Kayla Pospisil in Jay Roach’s Bombshell.

The BAFTAs have a strong focus on sustainability this year. From travel to food, to branding and materials, BAFTA is ensuring the awards are as eco-friendly as possible. Along with the London College Of Fashion, the British award body created a sustainable fashion guide whereby guests have been asked to follow a very specific dress code and re-wear something they already own or rent a gown for the evening.

The GRAZIA team is currently on the case of working out the origins of Robbie’s attire. Regardless, it’s a very understated look compared to her Dries Van Noten feathered number at the Birds Of Prey premiere in London at the weekend.

Good luck to her tonight!