Daughter of the famous couple Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg is multitalented: singer, actress, designer. If mystery was a talent, I would count her in, but let's stick to three. Charlotte is best known for her empowering roles in Lars Von Trier's movies. Feminist readers, please don't get aroused for showcasing her. The truth is that every woman character portrayed by Lars Von Trier represents just another side of him; while showing his fear of women, he is putting them on a pedestal. We're not really sure of what Lars wants, but with Charlotte things are getting more clear.

Charlotte is easy going and recently admitted not to like being in control. Casual defines her best and we are hash tagging casual in this article.

Mesmerizing Charlotte Gainsbourg is wearing Louis Vuitton at Cannes Film Festival is an equilateral triangle of art, Fashion and talent. Charlotte's style is spectacular derived from classical, the epitome of Parisian cool, even role modeling for tall ladies. High waisted yellow trousers teamed with tucked in navy printed blouse, a fatale combination that resets the boundaries between elegance, sophistication and mystery.

Enjoy time travel with an 80s Navy and yellow abstract print blouse from Rokit, which complements the Gainsbourgian outfit while the casual infiltrates in your style zone.

High waisted pants are in high demand for tall ladies, but before you rifle through your mother's trousers drawer, please click on the link for an alternative to Long Tall Sally's trousers. Latest trends confirm orange is the new black, so you can expect longing gazes and jaw dropping as adverse effects if put in the same equation with these orange pants.

Advice? Wear the outfit everywhere, on the bus, at home, on the red carpet, but never at work. Try to avoid flattering looks in professional spaces as they might increase your ego. We can have the gold without glitter, so wave goodbye to eccentric tacky looks and embrace the new breed of classical sophistication.