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    - REDValentino multicolored flats - Heel measures approximately 100mm/ 4 inches - Printed leather - Bead-trimmed bow embellished front, round toe - Slip on - Made in Italy RED - an acronym for Romantic Eccentric Dress - is Italian label Valentino's diffusion line. Showcasing all the signatures of the house but with a distinctly playful edge, it's a feminine mix of ruffled dresses, sweet skirts and perfect-cut pants.
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