Kristen Stewart Just Broke All The Red Carpet Rules At Cannes

Like a Boss, Kristen Stewart Took Her Heels Off On The Cannes Red Carpet

Like a Boss, Kristen Stewart Took Her Heels Off On The Cannes Red Carpet

Kristen Stewart protested by removing her shoes.

The French-Lebanese actress Manal Issa, who first starred in Danielle Arbid's Peur de Rien (Parisienne) in 2015, highlighted the plight of Palestinians killed in Gaza by Israeli occupation forces as she walked the red carpet in Cannes yesterday. It was raining, so the Cannes Film Festival jury member had to fearless 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.

Cannes 2018 festival which is famous for its red carpet moments faced several wardrobe malfunctions.

Even though multiple Cannes officials have denied that the high heel policy exists, Kristen Stewart seemingly believes that it does.

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Stewart was protesting against Cannes Film Festival's infamous and widely criticized heels-only rule for women. 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.

Del Toro attended the film festival as president of the jury for the Un Certain Regard (A Certain Glance) section, aimed at showcasing different points of view, visions, styles, and non-traditional narratives, selected from "cultures near and far". The ban caused stars to speak out against the guidelines, with British actress Emily Blunt saying the alleged ban was "very disappointing".

The high split of her gown allowed her to show off her lean legs, which were elongated by a pair of silver heels. Speaking at the time, she said: "Everyone should wear flats, to be honest".

BlacKkKlansman, which tells the story of an African-American infiltrating the KKK and stars John David Washington and Adam Driver, was given a standing ovation at the end of its premiere on Monday night.

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