Shoemaker Enzo Cosentino of Enzo's Custom Made Shoes shows customer Diana Hunt-Johnson a pair of high-heeled shoes he created for her at his Hilton Head Island shop.
Shoemaker Enzo Cosentino of Enzo's Custom Made Shoes shows customer Diana Hunt-Johnson a pair of high-heeled shoes he created for her at his Hilton Head Island shop. Jay Karr/The Island Packet
Shoemaker Enzo Cosentino of Enzo's Custom Made Shoes shows customer Diana Hunt-Johnson a pair of high-heeled shoes he created for her at his Hilton Head Island shop. Jay Karr/The Island Packet

Hilton Head shoemaker turns craft into an art form

May 11, 2012 02:07 PM

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