Is this the end of Cannes' over-the-top glam?

The Cannes Film Festival is known to be one of the most glamorous events of the year. Stars have been bringing their A-game since the ’50s, women were even turned away from screenings for not wearing heels in 2015. But this year, celebs are tweaking the dress code — drastically. Julia Roberts walked the red carpet barefoot, Kristen Stewart and Susan Sarandon opted for flats and now, a sweatshirt and shorts (we repeat, sweatshirt and shorts!) have hit the carpet courtesy of young style muse Lily-Rose Depp.

Lily Rose Depp

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The daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis was promoting her new film, The Dancer, at a photo call appearance wearing a slouchy cotton Chanel hoodie with zig-zag pattern and matching short-shorts.

She kept her beauty look casual as well, with lose, wavy strands and minimal makeup. And even though the outfit is high-fashion (from Chanel’s Spring Summer 2016 ready-to-wear collection) and she did team the look with a Chanel high heels featuring a feminine floral appliqué detail, it still begs the question: Is a sweatshirt Cannes appropriate?

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Lily Rose Depp

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While no one else wore something as casual as sweats (yet!) Stewart and Naomi Watts pushed the dress code boundaries with two of their outfits earlier in the week.

At a screening of Café Society, Stewart wore a ladylike silhouette with a blouse tucked into a high-waisted midi skirt and ankle strap pumps. But the details of her shirt were anything but ladylike. The top was completely see-through with only strategically placed pockets covering her décolletage (re: a “wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen”).

Watts wore a mismatched white ensemble consisting of a cream embellished skirt with a shimmery bright white tuxedo-style jacket to the Vanity Fair and Chanel party that felt more like a last-minute cover-up find than a woutfit standout.

What do you think of sweats on the red carpet? Is it appropriate for Cannes? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

— Colleen Kratofil