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March 31, 2010


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Heather Vaughan

Rachel - do let me know if you decide to go up there. I wish I could make it up, but don't think I can swing it.

FIDM Museum

Heather, I'll be sure to let you know! I've read the catalog, which has a lot of great images...I'm sure the show is great too!


Thanks for the heads up. I live in Washington State and Bellevue is only 30 minutes away!

FIDM Museum

Tami, if you make it to the show, leave a comment letting us know what you think!

Tammy Posey

I have a pair of Herbert Levine shoes that look like the ones in the picture above, but they are the longer and slimmer sole. They are the black slick with gold wooden bottom and are beautiful! I would like to know how to find out the worth. I had no idea they were so special! I am thrilled.

FIDM Museum

Hi Tammy,

How exciting to own a similar pair! To find out the value, try looking at recent vintage fashion auctions to see how much other Levine shoes have been sold for. Or, you can always contact a certified fashion appraiser. Good luck!

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