While we are happy for Frances McDormand's Best Actress Oscar win Sunday night, and her amazing "inclusion rider" speech, et al, was anyone else a little butthurt over Margot Robbie not winning for her extraordinary turn in I, Tonya? Just me?

Well, Karl Lagerfeld — who added an extra dose of timeless chicness to the profiles of famous faces like Nicole Kidman, Cat Power, Kristen Stewart, and recently, Lily-Rose Depp for the French fashion house's No. 5 perfume — has done what The Oscars sadly could not, and made Ms. Robbie Chanel's newest face.

Related | Margot Robbie's Chanel Dress Took 680 Hours to Make

Fitting, because Robbie wore *two* dazzling Chanel lewks on Sunday night, first in a custom Chanel Haute Couture dress by Mr. Lagerfeld that took 680 hours to make, and the second, a half sheer, embroidered thing of beauty from the house.

"The history of the Chanel woman is so exciting," the Australian-born mega-talent said in a statement about her new appointment. "I'm thrilled to be joining the Chanel family, and continue their celebration of women and fashion."

It's an honor to be nominated indeed!

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