Jennifer Lawrence is aware of how one can command Cannes ― in flip-flops, no much less.
The actor appeared on the Cannes Movie Competition for the premiere of Anatomy of a Fall on Sunday, wearing a crimson, crepe silk robe by Dior Haute Couture, paired with an Archi Dior necklace product of white gold and diamonds.
Lawrence, who was dressed by stylist Jamie Mizrahi, didn’t stroll the official crimson carpet in sandals.
However, as seen in images of the occasion, the actor did put on black flip-flops by The Row at one level on the carpet, Mizrahi confirmed to HuffPost by means of her agent on Monday.
It was a daring selection, since Cannes famously, and contentiously, encourages girls to put on heels on its crimson carpet. In 2015, quite a lot of girls had been reportedly turned away from attending a premiere of Carol as a result of they had been carrying flats.
HuffPost reached out to the Cannes Movie Competition to make clear its present costume code coverage.
Lawrence’s choice to put on sandals brings to thoughts Kristen Stewart’s 2018 look on the pageant. The Spencer star posed for photographers on the crimson carpet in Christian Louboutin stilettos, which she then eliminated to stroll the remainder of the carpet barefoot.
Two years earlier, Stewart had spoken out in regards to the pageant’s implied expectation that ladies put on heels.
“If [a man and I] had been strolling the crimson carpet collectively and somebody stopped me and stated, ‘Excuse me, younger woman, you’re not carrying heels. You can’t are available in,’ then [I’m going to say], ‘Neither is my good friend. Does he need to put on heels?’” Stewart stated in 2016, in line with Self-importance Honest.
“It may possibly work each methods,” she added. “It’s similar to you merely can not ask me to do one thing that you’re not asking him. I get the black-tie factor however it is best to be capable to do both model — flats or heels.”