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Kristen Stewart Talks Breaking The Dress Code At Cannes Film Festival

Kristen Stewart talks Cannes fashion and breaking rulesKristen Stewart is opening up about why you won’t be seeing the actress dressed in traditional Cannes Film Festival fashion. “People get very upset at you if you don’t wear heels, but I feel that you can’t ask people that anymore,” she told The Hollywood Reporter.

Taking a feminist stand, the actress says that unless everyone is expected to wear certain items of clothing, don’t expect her to. “If you’re not asking guys to wear heels and a dress, you can’t ask me either.”

Watch Kristen’s statement below.

Does Kristen have a point about red carpet event dress codes?

(Photo credit: Harper’s Bazaar UK Twitter account)

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Rihanna Crashes The 2017 Cannes Film Festival

Rihanna attends Cannes Film Festival-6Rihanna may have showed up at the 2017 Cannes Film Festival to celebrate her jewelry collection designed for Chopard, but she decided to stay for more. “When you show up uninvited,” she captioned one of the many photos of herself at the festival.

Like the Met Gala, the singer left people in awe with her all-white gown. Unlike Bella Hadid, there was no wardrobe malfunction.

See the photos of Rihanna at Cannes below.

(Photo credit: Rihanna Instagram account)


Bella Hadid Suffers The Wardrobe Malfunction She Avoided At Last Year’s Cannes Film Festival

Bella Hadid has a wardrobe malfunction at CannesThe wardrobe malfunction that Bella Hadid almost had at the 2016 Cannes Film Festival actually happened on Wednesday. The model once again attended the festival wearing a dress with a very long slit. Every time she turned, photographers got a glimpse of her underwear.

Unlike last year, Bella decided not to go alone and attended the event with her dad Mohamed Hadid who also caught one of many of his daughter’s wardrobe malfunctions.

See the model’s fashion fiasco below.

(Photo credit: Bella Hadid Instagram account)

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