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									 WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE PAIR OF SHOES?               SQUAWK BOX
“THAT’S A TOUGH QUESTION.                          KHAKI CRAZY
                                                  “Casual looks are going to become an integral part

 IT’S LIKE ASKING A PARENT                         of the general lifestyle.”
                                                  —vince camuto (nov./dec. 1993)


 TO PICK A FAVORITE CHILD.”                        DRESSED FOR SUCCESS
                                                  “A lot of men are put off by wearing a polo shirt to
                                                   work. Face it—once you’ve climbed the corporate
—KENNETH COLE (FEB. 1996)
                                                   ladder, you’re not going to dress like the parking
                                                   attendant.” —nick hilton (oct. 1994)

                                                   CHILHOOD FRIENDS
                                                  “My Clarks Wallabees are my favorite shoes that I
                                                   have been wearing since I was about 4. They are

“ANY SHOE THAT WEARS THE WOMAN                     just divine.” —todd oldham (aug. 1995)


 INSTEAD OF THE WOMAN WEARING THE
                                                  DEATH WISH
                                                  If you could wear only one pair of shoes for the
                                                  rest of your life, what would it be? “I’d rather die!
 SHOE IS A F ASHION                               As Imelda said, ‘Shoes are my life!’”
                                                  —cynthia rowley (sept. 1996)
 DISASTER.                      ”                  CAREER CONFESSIONS
 —ISAAC MIZRAHI (AUG. 1998)                       “I’m not a designer the way Karl Lagerfeld is. I’m
                                                   a shoe man. I’m a cobbler. I worked as a stock
                                                   boy, a salesman on the floor like TV character Al
                                                   Bundy, and I know what women want.”
                                                  —steve madden (oct. 1996)

                                                   MATCH POINT
                                                  “I am not suggesting that everyone needs to match
                                                   their shoes and handbags exactly. Although, I
                                                   did love the era when women did that. It was so
                                                   elegant.” —lulu guinness (aug. 2002)

                                                   GADGET MAN
                                                  “Inspiration comes from looking at elec
								
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