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Clothing was untouched, save for the denim, where a sprinkling of shoppers resided. Slowly, female shoppers began to notice the realm outside of Newbury boots, and floated over to the long table of knits and tees. In no time, the entire floor was inhabited and shoppers flocked to the coats, bags, hats, gloves and scarves, yet still no chaos ensued. There’s so much to buy, and nothing seemed to be selling outnot even the shoes! Rag & Bone was totally prepared, and we were even told that shoes would be restocked yet again.
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How Motherhood Forced Fergie to Change Shoes
Shes teaming with the charity Dress for Success, which provides disadvantaged women with appropriate clothing for job interviews and the workplace, to create Giving Shoe-Day as part of the second annual Giving Tuesday, or national day of charity. The singer is asking women to donate their unwanted professional shoes to one of more than 50 locations in the U.S. The top 10 shoe donors across the country will receive a very special gift: a pair of limited-edition shoes designed by Fergie for her company, Fergie Footwear. Ive always wanted to do this, Fergie told ABC News Radio. Ive had this dream of creating this limited-edition shoe, and we made it happen finally this year, and 40 percent of the profits are going for Dress for Success, with a minimum of us donating $40,000. Fergies Surprising Post-Baby Weight Loss Secrets Revealed The limited-edition shoe is called the Palace Heel; its fire-engine red and super-sexy.