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  • Anna Winther

    True words from Aldo Gucci.

  • Ruby Montenegro

    "Quality is remembered long after price is forgotten" -Aldo Gucci, 1938 one pair of really amazing heels or 10 cute but crappy quality pairs?

  • Jennifer McCracken

    Couldn’t have said it better myself. from B.R. Judge Connoisseur Tumbler pages

  • Croai

    Yeah... but I still don't have enough money for those shoes...

  • Can Kalelioğlu


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