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The Lush and Lofty 2007 Shoe Collection by Bruno Frisoni
Bruno Frisoni brings to mind: extreme high heels. Now, I live in San Francisco. In the Mission District to be exact. And if any of you know the Mission, especially around the area of the New College, you would know that a woman would probably get scoffed at for wearing such a shoe as a Bruno Frisoni. At the very least, there might be a dozen bra-less women forming a small picket line around the offending wearer of the Frisoni. Why? Because it is an "oppressive shoe pandering to a fake and unattainable level of beauty". I would say that the Frisoni is actually a shoe that makes opportunities happen for the women. For instance, I would be very likely to do anything that a woman asked of me if she were wearing this shoe. Again, why? Because it’s so damn sexy. There is just no way around it.