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What interests us about the windows at Sergio Rossi is the architectural simplicity of the displays. Sure, showcasing shoes is made easier by beautiful heels and handbags, but we particularly appreciate the way the displays are structured to mimic a heel, while taking no thunder from the shoes themselves. One pair of patent lemon yellows, please! [RackedWire]