At the Cannes Film Festival, the stars of each film have two major press moments to attend: the red carpet in the evening and the photocalls in the hours beforehand. The red carpet fashion is always about OTT glamour, with diamonds so big they are like actual rocks and impactful gowns with dramatic trains or layers of tulle. It’s all about aerial photographs on this red carpet, so stars tend to really play with proportions in Cannes. However, we do get to see some outfits we could actually re-create at the photo-calls too. We are only a few days into this year’s festival, but there have already been a handful of outfits we’d like to buy into.

Selena Gomez opted for a very French outfit, wearing a navy knitted trouser set with vintage gold buttons by Chanel and strappy gold sandals. Chloë Sevigny has looked as cool as ever, wearing a white lace dress by Loewe and an amazing striped shorts suit. And Elle Fanning wore the most beautiful pink trouser suit by Sandro. Keep scrolling to see some of the best outfits from the Cannes Film Festival so far.

Style Notes: You can always rely on Dame Helen Mirren for a seriously stylish outfit. Her striped Loewe maxi is just the right balance of South of France holiday vibes and polished red carpet–ready elegance. 
Style Notes: Model Doutzen Kroes shows that the leather dress trend isn’t just for winter. With it’s plunging neckline and asymmetric hem, this is officially the fashion-girl way to do cocktail dressing. 
Style Notes: French actress and film director Mati Diop wore two-toned jeans with a black denim jacket a chain necklace and croc pointed mules. Coolest look of Cannes so far?
Style Notes: Elle Fanning loves to wear pink, and on the second day of the film fest, she wore a soft rose trouser suit by Sandro with strappy heart sandals by Laurence Dacade and a neon mini tote by Balenciaga.
Style Notes: Selena Gomez wears a navy blue two-set with gold vintage-style buttons from Chanel with a pair of gold strappy sandals. 
Style Notes: Chloë turned to Loewe for The Dead Don’t Die photocall, wearing a white lace dress with a black overlay and black pumps. 
Style Notes: Anne-Elisabeth Bosse and Monia Chokri co-ordinated for the La Femme de Mon Frere photocall, both wearing pink midi dresses with Prada platforms.
Style Notes: Sevigny wore an oversized pinstripe jacket with cycling shorts for her first day at the festival. Could she get any cooler?
Style Notes: At the jury photocall, Elle Fanning wore a beautiful organza blouse with a black midi skirt and Dior slingbacks.

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