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do they run true to size?

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I'm usually a size 35.5 but depending on the designer and style i can be a 35.5, 36, even a 35 sometimes.I only own one pair of Jimmy Choos, the ones i posted a pic before and there are a 36.So i think they run pretty much true to size. Anyway i think i'm gonna have to let those beauties go...

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I love shoes but JC has always been my favorite

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From Vogue.co.uk:

TAMARA MELLON has resigned from Jimmy Choo, the brand she founded in 1996 along with shoemaker Jimmy Choo, following the label's 500 million acquisition in May this year. Chief executive Joshua Schulman has simultaneously announced his resignation, though new owner Labulex insists that pair intend to pursue independent careers.
"Jimmy Choo is an outstanding brand with enormous growth potential and the ability to deliver material growth synergies across our group," said Labelux's chief executive Reinhard Mieck, as reported by the Financial Times. "With a successful transition behind them, we respect their wish to move on to other challenges."

Under Mellon's command, the company has evolved from a small business set up by cobbler Jimmy Choo in 1996 to a global luxury brand boasting handbags, scarves and fragrances. Its recent accomplishments include partnering with H&M, Ugg Australia and Hunter as well as adding a men's line this autumn.

Mellon is set to leave at the end of the month, while Schulman will complete a transition phase into 2012. Sandra Choi and Simon Holloway will continue as creative directors. While Mellon's position is unlikely to be replaced, Schulman's successor is expected to be announced over the next few weeks.

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