Jane Birkin Attends Cannes In the Most Jane Birkin Way

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Jane Birkin has long been known for her inimitable, easy-breezy style. Je ne sais quoi is practically synonymous with the actress, although she is technically English. At the Cannes Film Festival yesterday, we saw a prime example of her iconic look. Birkin attended the film call for Jane par Charlotte, a documentary about Birkin’s life that was directed by her daughter Charlotte Gainsbourg. For the occasion, Gainsbourg, with her classic insouciance, wore a Canadian tuxedo with a brown belt cinched around her waist. Of course, that sort of devil-may-care flair doesn’t fall far from the family tree: Birkin had an equally casual and chic look. The 74-year-old wore an untucked, loose white button-up with a pair of jeans and black Converse sneakers.

The pared-back ensemble is indicative of Birkin’s perpetually sought-after style. While Birkin dressed in more revealing clothes during the ’60s and ’70s, like sheer dresses (braless!), it never seemed brash or in poor taste but rather relaxed. Though Birkin’s current look has been more covered up, whether she is wearing a suit with a loose tie, or yesterday’s combo of a plain button-up, jeans, and sneakers, her aesthetic remains perpetually cool.

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