Kristen Stewart goes barefoot at Cannes

Kristen Stewart goes barefoot at Cannes

Kristen Stewart goes barefoot at Cannes

Lebanese actor Manal Issa used the worldwide premiere of Solo: A Star Wars Story at the Cannes Film Festival to protest Israeli snipers killing more than 100 Palestinian protesters and wounding 12,000 more over the course of six weeks of protests.

The actress has been a regular on the famous red carpet for years now and is well aware of the long-running (if not ridiculous) rule about wearing heels for the event. The actor, who rose to fame with her popular Twilight film series, is part of the first female-dominated Cannes Film Festival jury for many decades now. Kristen has been previously vocal about the dress code. She had then said, "Things have to change immediately".

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The 28-year-old has a history of taking exception to high heels, she has previously worn trainers to red carpet events. You can not come in.' Then [I'm going to say], 'Neither is my friend. However, according to the Hollywood Reporter, festival director Thierry Fremaux later said that the existence of a high heel policy was just a rumor.

Seems like this would make a pretty great scene in a movie, if you ask me. "I get the black-tie thing but you should be able to do either version, flats or heels".

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Kristen Stewart walked barefoot on the red carpet.

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

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"People get very upset if you don't wear heels or whatever". Anyone who has worn heels will know the moment when the discomfort becomes too much, and you wonder why you're suffering for the sake of a fashion most men will never experience (nor are they expected to). Even, like, four years ago, it was, like, not even a question. It's just kind of a given. "You can't do that anymore".

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