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Chefs Design Shoes

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Last night, celebrity chefs Marcus Samuelsson, Chris Cosentino, and Aaron Sanchez unveiled the shoes they designed in collaboration with Mozo, maker of slip-resistant work shoes. Our sister site Eater National reports: "Samuelsson's offerings are simple and sleek; one pair adds details like Samuelsson's name on the toe and a tiny Brooklyn Bridge silhouette on basic black; the other splits the body with white and upgrades to fabric reminiscent of patent leather." We don't really have anything to add to this conversation except that we're really glad these chef guys have really lucrative day jobs and that they should probably keep them. [Eater National]