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In a stunning turn of events, this supermodel with the best foot of her life is the one who is going to make the shoes.

In a story that is sure to please all fashionistas, a source close to the star told The Post that the model has chosen a pair of sandals from Nike and a pair from NMD, the Italian footwear brand that is one of the most sought after brands in the world.

The source, who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of the subject, said the supermodel chose NMD sandals because they have a “very nice and clean look.”

The source also said that the designer, who was also the star of a recent fashion show in Milan, had already agreed to do the shoes for the model.

The model has a well-known fashion sense, but she has never worn shoes from N.C.W.A., according to the source.

This makes sense, given that she is known to be an avid fan of NMDs sneakers, which have a comfortable fit and are known for their comfort and durability.

But the source also noted that the supermodels footwear was not the same as N.W., the model’s real name.

The insider said that Nike is offering the super model a pair, which is a bargain for a pair that she will be wearing regularly throughout the winter.

According to the insider, N.M.A. will also be the brand’s official designer in 2018.

In an Instagram post that appeared on Thursday, NMD posted that it would “have a special collaboration with this brand and offer her two special NMD footwear.”

The shoes are not just for the super models, however.

They are being worn by the model for a special dinner with N.S. and her husband.

The couple is scheduled to attend the N.N.F. awards ceremony on Saturday night.

“This is really the moment for the NMD to step up to the plate, and the model is the person who is stepping up to it,” NMD said in a statement.

“She’s an amazing person, and it’s great to see her be a part of our brand and our family.”

The supermodel who is known for her fashion sense is a frequent guest on the super-popular show “Real Housewives of New Jersey.”

The show is hosted by the show’s creator, Teresa Giudice, and features a cast of celebrity friends and former contestants.

The show airs on Bravo and is owned by the reality TV network, which has been struggling to find a long-term home for its flagship series.

According a report in The New York Times, the show has been “shuttered” and was considered a “sick joke” in the past.

The article said that Bravo has been in discussions with NMD’s reps, but that they have yet to decide whether they will keep the show on air.

The episode of “Real Life” about N.E.D. and NMD has been a staple of the Bravo show since it premiered in 2007.

The “Real World” star recently told Vanity Fair that she would like to see the show come back, but was hesitant to say when.

“I can’t give you an exact date.

But I would love it to be renewed,” she said.

“It would be a big deal for us.

And I’d love it if it was.

I think it could be very good.

It’s such a great show.”

N.J. Supermodel Laura Jean-Claude, whose real name is Laura Jean Vidal, is also in talks with Bravo for a reunion show.

But this is the first time that the star will be featured on the show, according to Vidal.

“The show is a little bit of a joke now,” Vidal told Vanity.

“But the fans love it, and they love us.

So I don’t know, it’s a little more of a reality now.”

Vidal said she has been on “Real Face” for years, but is not yet aware of what might happen with the show.

“Laura Jean-Claudie is the best,” Villard told Vanity, who also noted how she has become a fan of the show herself.

“You get to know the characters and the story.

And it’s really fun.

And they’re very honest, and so they don’t have that false-news thing.”

Laura Jean and N.B.H. star Marissa Tomei has been known to attend celebrity events with her daughter.

In June, the two women appeared together at a White House dinner, and Tomei wore a N.D.-themed red dress.

“We’ve known Marissa for a long time, and she’s a huge fan of ‘Real Face,'” Vidal explained.

“And she came and we were all laughing and joking and hugging and telling jokes.

And we’re so proud of her for that.”