Margot Robbie lived the high life on Sunday as she walked from the star-studded premiere of her new movie Amsterdam to hang out with Drake at the after-party.
The Aussie Hollywood star, 32, ditched her elegant see-through lace dress for a bustier crop top while attending the event in New York City.
She threw up peace signs in the background of a black and white photo uploaded to Drake’s Instagram account as the rapper spoke to another friend.
Going for a double denim look, Drake paired an oversized jacket with baggy jeans and a white tee.
Margot was later seen leaving Zero Bond in Manhattan, where the party was taking place, with a big smile on her face after a night of fun.
Her latest film, Amsterdam, is a historical comedy set in the 1930s and directed by the talented David O. Russell.
The filmmaker is known for directing other successful films such as American Hustle (2013), Silver Linings Playbook (2012) and The Fighter (2010).
In addition to Margot, the cast includes Christian Bale, John David Washington, Anya Taylor-Joy, Robert De Niro, Chris Rock and Grammy Award-winning actress Taylor Swift.
The film follows “three friends who witness a murder, become suspects themselves, and uncover one of the most outrageous conspiracies in American history,” reports IMDB.
In an interview with Deadline, Russell said of the upcoming mystery: “It’s vintage, with a scenario and characters that we love. The story goes deep, about love and friendship. It goes deep into murder and events.
“And the story I love. It has many layers so you can watch it more than once and discover things you didn’t understand the first time.’
Upon arriving at the premiere, Margot reunited with her colleagues and other talent who had worked on the project.
The beauty wore a long, layered white skirt made from a sheer lace fabric with the same bustier top.
The after party featured a crowd of celebs.
Those in attendance included Rami Malek, who also spent time with Drake, newlyweds Brooklyn and Nicola Peltz Beckham, Leonardo DiCaprio, Addison Rae and Sia.