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Omg. SHOES.
… have really interesting cultural implications. What does your footwear say about YOU?
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More about the Turkish Bathing Clogs: http://www.turkishculture.org/lifestyles/bath/the-bathing-clogs-968.htm?type=1

“Manolo Blahnik: There is nothing charming about a woman who cannot walk in her shoes,” The Guardian 2012: https://www.theguardian.com/fashion/2012/nov/20/manolo-blahnik-shoes-british-fashion-awards

Special thanks to Alaka Wali for taking the time to chat with us, and to Jamie Kelly and Chris McGarrity for facilitating the shoe loans. Also thanks to Michael Jordan who let us use his shoes for this episode. For real that is a sentence I never thought I’d type.
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