The Cannes Film Festival continues: the star shines on the red carpet, and critics evaluate films and wonder who will receive the coveted award this year. A new painting by Denis Villeneuve "The Mercenary" was presented the day before. The premiere of the picture was traditionally attended by actors playing the main roles - Emily Blunt, Josh Brolin, Benicio Del Toro, as well as star spectators - Cate Blanchett, Irina Shayk, Adriana Lima and many others.
Secular columnists follow every celebrity red carpet appearance. Particular attention, of course, is attracted by beautiful ladies. This time, the beautiful Emily Blunt did not go unnoticed. At the premiere, she appeared in an elegant StellMcCartney evening dress, and in the photocall she shone in a bright and graceful Peter Pilotto outfit. In both cases, the image of the star was complemented by high-heeled sandals.
There is an opinion that a high stiletto heel is an indispensable element of the image of a star on the track of the Cannes Film Festival. Earlier it was said that some celebrities were even asked not to go out on the red carpet, because they were wearing stilettos and flat shoes.
The journalists decided to ask Emily if this is really so and what she thinks about the dress code of the festival.
“Yes, it’s very upsetting,” said the actress. - Just think, all this is happening on the wave of gender equality, when people suddenly discovered that women are interesting enough to watch them on the screen. In fairness, everyone should wear flat shoes. We shouldn't be forced to walk in heels. This is my point of view. I personally prefer Converse sneakers."
By the way, so far at the 68th film fest there was not a single mistake with the choice of an outfit for a fashion show on the red carpet, except for Sophie Marceau's “robe”, which opened at the most inopportune moment and showed the French woman's underwear.