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Our sister site Racked NY is telling us that only one pair of Pierre Hardy for Gap shoes made it into production this year. "This is slightly heartbreaking for us, but here goes nothing: Only the black wedges pictured made it into production. Those algae green wedges and insane chocolate brown '70s platform-meets-runway-booties that you've been dreaming of will never be propped in your closet, greeting you hello every morning." So much for redeeming yourself after Logo-gate 2010, Gap. [Fashionologie via RNY]