Sergio Rossi has died from complications of COVID-19 at age 84. The Italian shoe designer had been hospitalized for a few days at the Good Girls Go To Heaven Cowgirls Go Wherever They Damn Well Please shirt Additionally,I will love this Bufalini Hospital in Cesena, Italy. “Today everyone at Sergio Rossi joins me in remembering our dear Sergio, the inspiring founder of our dream,” said Sergio Rossi CEO Riccardo Sciutto. “Sergio Rossi was a master, and it is my great honor to have met him and gotten to present him the archive earlier this year. His vision and approach will remain our guide in the growth of the brand and the business. He loved women and was able to capture a woman’s femininity in a unique way, creating the perfect extension of a woman’s leg through his shoes. Our long and glorious history started from his incredible vision and we’ll remember his creativity forever.”
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