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Gianvito Rossi Shoes

For Gianvito Rossi – son of Sergio Rossi, one of the most prominent names in Italian shoe design; creating a stiletto is an art. Gianvito Rossi shoes fuse elegance and femininity with comfort, earning a widespread reputation as some of the most comfortable, wearable shoes in the world. Devoted to sophisticated refinement, embellishments are kept to a minimum with the most sought-after styles being the ‘Vamp bootie,’ ‘Ellipsis’ pump and leather-tipped PVC court shoe.

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