May 20, 2015

Question of the Day: Is Cannes' red carpet "high heels rule" fair?

Emily PrattRebel Correspondent

The Cannes Film Festival denies rumours that some actresses weren't allowed to walk the red carpet because they weren't wearing high heels.

I asked if such a dress code was fair.

What do you think? Tell me in the comments!

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commented 2015-05-20 22:55:10 -0400
Oh P-L-H-E-A-S-E!!!! the event’s expectations are for women to wear high heels. They don’t want to wear high heels, they don’t get to go. Men don’t want to wear tuxedos they don’t get to go. I want to go to a nudist colony event fully clothed, I don’t get to go. What the f__k is the issue? Turn the page. Find another event. Move on.
commented 2015-05-20 20:14:36 -0400
@ Linda Cayer – Awesome! Well stated.

However the lefties would never go there.
commented 2015-05-20 17:46:01 -0400
Substitute burqa with high heels and then ask the same question .
commented 2015-05-20 17:38:56 -0400
Nothing is more pleasing than to see ladies and gentlemen dressed to the nines. If the event has a dress code and you want to go, then follow the rules, if not then stay home. I’m sure many men don’t like wear a tie.