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Shoe designer finds inspiration fitting

Stride Rite's Marc Loverin says he goes on shopping trips across the United States and Europe, doing trend research and looking for design inspiration. Stride Rite's Marc Loverin says he goes on shopping trips across the United States and Europe, doing trend research and looking for design inspiration. (Wiqan Ang for The Boston Globe)
By Cindy Atoji Keene
Globe Correspondent / September 14, 2008

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As many fashionistas avow, you can never have too many shoes. But little Addison Loverin has 20 pairs of shoes or more in her closet, ranging from Mary Janes to sneakers - and she's only 6 years old. Addison's father, Marc Loverin, is design director for Stride Rite, the Lexington children's shoe company. Addison even has a shoe named after ... (Full article: 900 words)

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