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As part of Bay Ridge’s annual Third Avenue Fair on Sunday, Oct. 5, Maureen Brody and Deborah Batanjany, co-owners of the Foot Fetish shoe boutique, will produce four disco-themed fashion shows beginning at noon in conjunction with their neighbor, Jazz, a contemporary women’s clothing store.

Among the items that will be strutted on the catwalk at Third Avenue at 89th Street will be $98 leather stretch boots by Luichini (pictured).

Foot Fetish is located at 8813 Third Ave. at 88th Street.

The Third Avenue Fair spans 68th to 94th streets on Third Avenue, from 10 am to 6 pm. For more information about Foot Fetish, call (718) 238-8470.

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