Kristen goes barefoot at Cannes

Kristen goes barefoot at Cannes

Kristen goes barefoot at Cannes

So in protest, Stewart took off her shoes and walked down the red carpet barefoot.

The actress posed in a vintage Chanel silver skirt and top that she completed with a pair of sky-high black Christian Louboutin heels. It was raining, so the Cannes Film Festival jury member had to courageous a soggy red carpet to stage her silent protest against an alleged rule that women must wear high heels to gain entrance to the posh event's movie screenings.

The 2018 Cannes Film Festival s now is being held from May 8 to May 19.

Even though multiple Cannes officials have denied that the high heel policy exists, Kristen Stewart seemingly believes that it does. But there's more to Kristen removing her heels than just discomfort.

Kristen Stewart told the Hollywood Reporter past year:"If you're not asking guys to wear heels and a dress, you can not ask me either".

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"It has become really obvious that if [a man and I] were walking the red carpet together and someone stopped me and said, 'Excuse me, young lady, you're not wearing heels".

This peaceful protest was seen on the red carpet before the premiere of "Solo: A Star Wars story". You can not come in.' Then (I'm going to say), 'Neither is my friend.

The Cesar-winning actress also stormed the red carpet in another way when she teamed up with Blanchett and DuVernay on Saturday for a march highlighting the lack of female directors included at Cannes over the years.

At the 2016 festival, Stewart told Vanity Fair that the "no flats" policy needed to change immediately. It's just like you simply can not ask me to do something that you are not asking him [to do].

We had high expectations when news broke the style icons; Zylofon actors were going to be a part of this year's event. we were highly elated with regards to the outstanding fashion appearances they make to the event in Ghana that gets us all talking always.

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