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Prada Toe Socks? Meet Prada Tevas

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Miuccia Prada beguiled and confused the internet during spring 2013 show when she sent leather toe socks down the runway. But now she is working with silhouette that should be more familiar to her American customer: Tevas.

She's not the first to break out the velcro shoe favored by woodsy people who regularly have to forge rivers, but they are the most colorful. And plastic? Hard to tell. Get a better look below and check out the collection, too. It's about the ladies.

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