She, true to form, rebelled against what society expects of her. In this case, it’s the film festival’s somewhat archaic belief that it’s impossible to look polished unless you’re teetering around in stilettos. The ‘Twillight’ star, however, was applauded by the Twitterverse for her act of rebellion.
Last year, during a roundtable conversation at the event, Stewart had reportedly said, “Things have to change immediately. It’s just like you simply cannot ask me to do something that you are not asking him [to do]. I get the black-tie thing but you should be able to do either version–flats or heels.”
It’s unclear if the actress and competition jury member was protesting the rumored high heel rule, but it still made for a rare sight on a Cannes red carpet. Stewart has been a presence at the film festival for years. She attended the annual event in 2012 in support of her film On The Road. The actress returned two years later with Clouds of Sils Maria. And in 2016, Stewart walked the red carpet for both her movies Cafe Society and Personal Shopper.
Flanked by jury members Cate Blanchett, Kristen Stewart, Lea Seydoux and Ava DuVernay, Cannes Film Festival artistic director Thierry Fremaux signed a pledge Monday to increase transparency and promote gender equality during a midday ceremony.
A string of pearls on her eyes was looking surprising. The pearl-lined eye wasn’t the single attraction as her hairstylist sneaking a rattail into Stewart’s astonishing and impressive hairstyles right through the festival.
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