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What do Kylie Minogue and the can-can girls at the Moulin Rouge have in common?Founder Edouard Adabachian started out making shoes on demand for individuals, but by the 1960s, requests from the world of performance had come to dominate, and theater, cinema and even circuses now account for 80 percent of the 300-400 pairs of shoes and boots the company makes every year.Kylie Minogue turned to the company for her 2006 and 2008 tours, the diminutive pop star requesting shoes with 10-cm heels she could dance in and walk down stairs without looking at the steps.The company employs five people.For women seeking a bit of Kylie's style, a bespoke pair of high heels will cost between 1,500 and 2,000 euros, while men's made-to-measure shoes go for around 3,500 euros.
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