Kristen Stewart protested by removing her shoes.
The actress posed in a vintage Chanel silver skirt and top that she completed with a pair of sky-high black Christian Louboutin heels. It was raining, so the Cannes Film Festival jury member had to fearless a soggy red carpet to stage her silent protest against an alleged rule that women must wear high heels to gain entrance to the posh event's movie screenings.
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The Cesar-winning actress also stormed the red carpet in another way when she teamed up with Blanchett and DuVernay on Saturday for a march highlighting the lack of female directors included at Cannes over the years. But I feel like you can't ask people that anymore.
Last year, Stewart - who's been known to wear trainers with dresses on the red carpet - spoke about the event's fashion rules.
The even bigger mood that I see here is that unlike 2015, when "heel gate" received blowback but no outright defiance, 2018 is another mood in the world of women entirely.
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While we wonder if the organisers will change the rules from next year, Kristen Stewart has won millions of hearts for her bold gesture. Speaking at the time, she said: "Everyone should wear flats, to be honest".
While talking to BBC Newsbeat about shoegate, Cannes Film Festival spokeswoman Christine Aimé seemingly blamed the event's hosts and hostesses for misinterpreting the vague dress code, which only says that women are required to wear formal clothing for movie screenings.
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