While The Cannes Film Festival has been gracious to our region’s filmmakers in 2018 and 2019, bloggers and fans seem keen to keep Internet-famous girls away from the iconic red carpet.
This week, filmmakers from all across the globe have been spotted at the Cannes Film Festival 2019. Saudi blogger and founder of Shoes and Drama, Marriam Mossali, took to social media to express her anger that Arab influencers crowded the red carpet, when in fact they were unrecognizable.
From highlighting photographers completely ignoring the girls’ grand entrance, criticizing the “slutty” choice of outfits in Ramadan, to calling out brands for inviting girls with no inspiratational input or story to add to the festival. It goes without saying, all of the shade was done
Fellow blogger and founder of Street Style Dubai, Amira Ashour, shared her two cents on the matter as well. The mere thought of a nameless lady with a pretty dress allowed to walk the same red carpet as some of the film industry’s tycoons did not go well with her.
What do you think? Should red carpets be exclusive for cinema folks even if photographers chose to ignore Internet sensations enjoying the event? Should influencers be attacked for accepting brands’ invites? Or should have brands chosen relevant artists to endorse them at the Cannes Film Festival?
Many times may we add celebrities themselves do not get recognized on red carpets, it happens quite often. Multiple reports claimed that Colombian singer and