After strutting down the red carpet in a attractive silver dress, she stopped midway and removed her heels and chose to walk up the stairs barefoot. 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.
Jury member Kristen Stewart attends the screening of "BlacKkKlansman" during the 71st annual Cannes Film Festival at Palais des Festivals on May 14, 2018 in Cannes, France. But, as it started to rain, Kristen headed toward the stairs removing her heels in order to get there a little quicker.
"There's definitely a distinct dress code, right? We shouldn't wear high heels". "If you're not asking guys to wear heels and a dress, you can not ask me either".
Yes, it's widely known that the festival requires women to wear high heels on the red carpet, and even turned some attendees away in 2015 after they rocked up in flats.
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The strict dress code at the Cannes red carpet that has been an issue of controversy has once again been challenged by Kristen Stewart. You can not come in.' Then (I'm going to say), 'Neither is my friend.
Well, this year Kristen put her money where her mouth is and literally kicked off her heels in front of the world's media. It's just like you simply can not ask me to do something that you are not asking him. According to Newsweek, Julia Roberts also walked the red carpet barefoot in 2016. "People get very upset if you don't wear heels or whatever".
"I just want you to know, this red, it's my blood", she said, referring to the red colouring of her Louboutin stilettos.