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Spring 12

There was no getting away from the presence of cork. Used on platforms, wedges and block heels, cork, or cork effect, was teamed with peep-toe, strappy and court-shoe styles. In some cases cork was the only material used on the heel or wedge, while on other styles it was mixed with coloured EVA or woven material to give a contrast effect.

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