Actress Eva Longoria poses for a photo during a shoot.
Niloufar Saleem, Gulf Today
American actress known for her impeccable performance in daytime soap opera The Young and the Restless, shares how she can never part with her shoes.
The beautiful actress who has a closet just for her old pairs, never throws even one of them away.
"With my shoes I never say, 'Thank you and goodbye.' I'm like, thank you and I move it to the other closet. I can't part, and my husband goes, 'Why do you keep all these shoes?' I'm like, 'I'm a shoe collector.' As if I'm an art collector. It's a thing," she told People magazine.
She adds that she shares a special relationship with her Louboutins as they have grown together.
"I feel like Louboutins came of age when I was coming into my fame, or when I was coming into my popularity. I feel like we have a relationship of growing together. So it was like the shoe to have at the moment when I started 'Desperate Housewives'," she said.
She added: "I just remember just craving having a collection of many Louboutins.
But really the main pair I wanted, which was very hard to get because I have a very small foot, it was always sold out, this patent leather nude."
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