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post #91 of 1304
Great photographs.


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Great photographs.


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wait until you see the real thing

maybe i include some snapshots with me on' em
post #93 of 1304
Those shoes look awesome! Moar pics please
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Those shoes look awesome! Moar pics please

photoshooting is tomorrow. hope i can get my act together until saturday.

thanks for stopping by.
post #95 of 1304
me likey the suede split toe! - shame no GW's
post #96 of 1304
Magnificent shoes.
I was in Gyor three years ago and was stopped by
the police (who fortunately spoke English) while
driving the wrong way on a one way street.
Had I known, I might have stopped to be measured
by Mr Feher(?) I ended up with two pairs from
Ludwig Reiter . Not quite the same.
post #97 of 1304
I like those Norwegians a lot.
post #98 of 1304
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I like those Norwegians a lot.

the norweger is his signature model.
post #99 of 1304
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the master at work. it took us more than two hours and i was pleased to give assistance to the man, who created a last for Lady Di.
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I like those Norwegians a lot.
post #101 of 1304
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various styles, photographs by János Szabó
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the master at work. it took us more than two hours and i was pleased to give assistance to the man, who created a last for Lady Di.


Round heels?
post #103 of 1304
This is a neat thread. My babies mama is Hungarian. I go there every year sometimes twice. I would love to visit the shop.
Can you PM me and give me an address??
Best,
mauro
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nope...
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