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Jennifer Lawrence flouts the casual dress code in Cannes with her choice of shoes

Jennifer Lawrence flouts the casual dress code in Cannes with her choice of shoes

Jennifer Lawrence knows how to command Cannes—in flip-flops, no less.

The actor appeared at the Cannes Film Festival premiere of “Anatomy of a Fall” on Sunday, wearing a red silk crepe Dior Haute Couture dress, with a Archi Dior necklace Made of white gold and diamonds.

Lawrence, who wore designer clothes Jimmy Mizrahishe did not walk the formal red carpet in sandals.

But, as we can see in photos of the event, the actress did indeed wear black slippers from The Row at one point on the carpet, Mizrahi confirmed to HuffPost through her agent on Monday.

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Actress Jennifer Lawrence attends the “Anatomie D’une Chute (Anatomy Of A Fall)” red carpet during the 76th Cannes Film Festival at the Palais des Festivals on May 21.

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Who can blame Lawrence for wearing sandals on these steep steps?

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It was a bold choice, as Cannes is famous for, And controversialencourage women to Wear heels on the red carpet. In 2015, a number of women were reportedly turned away from the premiere of “Carol” because they were wearing flats.

HuffPost reached out to the Cannes Film Festival to clarify the current dress code policy.

Lawrence’s decision to wear sandals is reminiscent of Kristen Stewart’s 2018 festival look. The Spencer star posed for photographers on the red carpet wearing Christian Louboutin stilettos, which she then removed to walk the rest of the carpet barefoot.

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Kristen Stewart takes off her shoes on the red carpet in Cannes as she arrives on May 14, 2018 for the premiere of “BlacKkKlansman.”

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“if [a man and I] They were walking the red carpet together and one of them stopped me and said, “Excuse me, young lady, you’re not wearing heels.” You can’t enter, then [I’m going to say]And neither is my friend. Should he wear heels, Stewart said in 2016? Vanity Fair.

“It can work both ways,” she added. “It’s like you simply can’t ask me to do something you don’t ask him to do. I get black tie but you should be able to do either version — flats or heels.”