Israel's massacre in Gaza reaches Cannes red carpet

Kristen Stewart Wore The Prettiest Pearl Eyeliner At Cannes

Kristen Stewart Wore The Prettiest Pearl Eyeliner At Cannes

The next year, Julia Roberts also made the front pages for walking the red carpet barefoot for the premiere of her movie Money Monster.

The actress' decision to kick off her shoes on the red carpet may have helped to bring attention to sexism in the film industry, whether she meant to or not.

Yes, the actress was wearing torturously high Louboutins for the plush event but chose to take them off and carry them in her hand as she walked up the stairs and into a screening.

The festival has earlier received flak for their strict dress code that frowns upon women who refrain from donning sky-high heels.

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Kristen Stewart is such a rebel and she recently took it to an global level.

Kristen Stewart became a household with her stint as Bella Swan in the Twilight series.

This is not the first time that the red-carpet dress code has come under scrutiny for being controversial.

82 women including Kristen Stewart, Cate Blanchett, Salma Hayek walked the red carpet to protest the number of female directors selected by Cannes i.e. 82 as compared with more than 1600 male directors since 1946.

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At the 2016 festival, Stewart told Vanity Fair that the "no flats" policy needed to change immediately. She utilized the platform of Cannes Red Carpet to draw the world's attention towards Killing of Palestinians. You can not come in.' Then [I'm going to say], 'Neither is my friend.

"You just can't ask me to do something that you're not asked to do man". Does he have to wear heels?' It can work both ways. "I get the black-tie thing but you should be able to do either version-flats or heels".

And speaking to the Hollywood Reporter a year ago about the Cannes ban on flat shoes, she said: "There's definitely a distinct dress code, right?"

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