'No flats policy': Kristen Stewart ditches heels on Cannes Red Carpet

'No flats policy': Kristen Stewart ditches heels on Cannes Red Carpet

'No flats policy': Kristen Stewart ditches heels on Cannes Red Carpet

However, there's some confusion over the Cannes dress code for women when it comes to which shoes they're allowed to wear on the red carpet.

In 2014, actress Emma Thompson famously carried her heels on stage at the Golden Globes while also holding a martini glass when she appeared to present an award. Although Stewart, who was a member of the film festival's jury this year, didn't confirm whether she removed her heels in protest of the French festival's rule forbidding women from wearing flats, it was assumed that she did it on objective as she has spoken in the past against the arcane dress code.

CANNES-The issue of high heels at Cannes has been a spiky one in recent years. "Today, we stand here in solidarity with the people who have lost their lives and loved ones", she said. You can not come in.' Then [I'm going to say], 'Neither is my friend. "It can work both ways".

It is the first year that there has been a Palestinian Pavilion at the Cannes Film Festival, and Dr Ihab Bseiso, the Palestinian Minister of Culture, said: "While we are representing Palestine for the first time at the Cannes Film Festival, we have received the bad news coming out of Palestine that unfortunately more than 60 people have lost their lives since yesterday". It's just like you simply can not ask me to do something that you are not asking him. "I get the black-tie thing but you should be able to do either version-flats or heels", she explained. She even cracked a small smile while rocking her stilettos. Now it seems Kristen Stewart, a member of this year's jury at the film festival, has flouted the ban on flat shoes - by instead going barefoot on the red carpet.

Stewart isn't the first to go barefoot at Cannes, in 2016 actress Julia Roberts went shoeless to the premiere of Money Monster.

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