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    Fratelli Rossetti yacht shoe Photo by Cordero Studios (www.corderostudios.com)
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    The latest Fratelli Rossetti yacht shoe (www.fratellirossetti.com), based on a footwear style that company founder Renzo Rossetti introduced in 1970, features a more tapered silhouette, but it retains the original design’s lightweight, slip-on form and breathable towel lining so that it can be worn comfortably without socks. The shoes, which are made in Fratelli Rossetti’s workshops outside Milan, are priced at $340 and are available in white-and-blue or white-and-red color combinations or in solid red, white, or blue.

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