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“To renew and adapt ourselves is never something easy to do. When My Choupi Chouz was created, offering basic models was obvious. The concept was new, the shoes had to have a refined design with simple lines in order to please the largest amount of people possible. This new collection is different than the previous ones, it diverges from the original artistic direction and offers products that truly follow the current fashion trends. It was a real challenge to develop this collection and  make it accessible to everyone. Ultimately, no need to be fashionista to wear these models, it’s the choice of heel that is crucial and mostly (and actually, most of all), we cannot forget that style is a question of attitude and state of mind." 

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Margaux Chérif-Cheikh, Founder of MCC

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"Why Legendre? Stylish shoes had to have a name that matches them! Pour the ones who don’t know the street carrying that name, it’s the new IN place to shop of the Batignolles! Additionally, these boots are perfect to shop in (with style)… " 

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"The Cardinet boots perfectly reflect the neighbor they were named after. I can already imagine myself walking around (with style) in it’s park on a nice autumn Sunday, in my comfortable boots. A young, trendy and green (for Paris) neighborhood for trendy, stylish and natural (with their rustic suede material) shoes: it makes sense, doesn’t it?"

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"These shoes make me smile tenderly and make me (a bit) nostalgic. For this model, my inspiration came directly from my childhood memories: Brittany where I spent almost all my holidays (more precisely in Carantec). What I liked to do most was put on my rubber boots and sink my feet into the beach mud of Kelenn beach. Back then those boots corresponded perfectly to my hobbies and my style, now not so much (surprising?) therefore I inspired myself from the little girl in rubber boots and the woman I have become and boom: the Kelenn over the knee boots were born! 

I am not sure I will enjoy putting them in beach mud so much but I definitely won’t say no to wearing them on a cold winter day." 

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