Kristen Stewart walks barefoot at Cannes to protest flat-shoe ban

Wendy Jensen
May 15, 2018

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Kristen Stewart made a political statement on Monday night at the Cannes Film Festival after she kicked off her black Louboutin heels and continued walking the red carpet in her bare feet.

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Stewart passed the first bank of photographers without protest, posing for the press in her thigh-skimming metallic mini-dress.

Kristen's act was a protest against the "only heel rule" for women at Cannes. We also take this opportunity to thank all our friends, her fans who have been sending us congratulatory messages.

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After passing the first junket of photographers, the actress made a decision to exit the red carpet in comfort, taking her heels into her hands and making her way up the famed Palais stairs. The girl plays the lead in a survival story together with her father, enacted by Angel Leonel Corral, in a country with drug problems strongly rooted in the whole society. So the next time you're rocking a pair of heels and had to run, don't hesitate to remove them and go barefoot-you'll definitely get there faster and safer!

However, in 2015, it was rumoured that a group of female invitees were turned away from the opening of Cate Blanchett film Carol for turning up in flats. You can not come in.' Then (I'm going to say), 'Neither is my friend.

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Kristen Stewart - now an established Cannes favourite - spoke cryptically of her plan to assess the films. "I hope so", she said. And he has brought Star Warsback to Cannes for the megawatt premiere of Solo: A Star Wars Story .

She added: 'I feel like you can't ask that anymore, but it's still a given. With the festival making headlines during previous years for its "no flats" rule actresses have been outspoken about the dress code and its adherence to behind the times gender roles.

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