(French) Kate Moss, stepping out of the glossy pages of a fashion magazine in an off-celebrity photograph about to step from the curb into city streets wearing a pair of silver-toned ballet flats. Hot off the press in early 2005, I flipped through the magazine’s pages and stopped to study the ballet flats and Kate, the woman who wore them. The ballet flat, with barely a sole, was ruched at its toe and pulled tight with a drawstring. It was low-cut and sexy. I wanted Kate’s look from the ankle down; how her model’s foot sickled from her heel to toe elongating its outside edge as it reached toward the street, the turnout of her leg. Her feline step.
I ignored the style editor’s description of Kate and scanned straightaway to the name of that flat. Repetto, Paris. It was different. It was French. And…
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