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Step inside footwear designer Vince Camuto's palatial Hamptons home, Villa Maria, which he and his is wife Louise recently bought from Roman Catholic nuns. The architect nabbed to restore the place over the last four years described it thusly: "What's interesting about Villa Maria is that although it's big, it feels summery, not ostentatious." Yes, it's eleven-bedrooms-worth of glorious restraint. [Curbed]