It wasn’t Stewart’s only statement-making moment at Cannes. She joined the group of 82 women who protested gender inequality in the film industry, standing on the steps of the Palais convention center to demand equal pay and safe work environments. Though people who recognized Stewart’s Chanel looks at both events—Stewart is one of the celebrity faces of the brand—may have experienced some cognitive dissonance, given Karl Lagerfeld’s dismissal of the MeToo movement.

Cate Blanchett, jury president of this year’s Cannes festival, led the protest. She herself has been criticized for working with director Woody Allen—accused of sexually abusing his daughter, Dylan Farrow—and once seemed to joke in an interview that she named her son Roman after director Roman Polanski—the director who is accused of sexually assaulting multiple girls when they were teenagers.

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