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Christian Diors sandals are one of the most popular styles in the fashion world and now, for the first time, there are several options for the world’s most iconic brand.

Read moreA survey of more than 5,000 people by the Christian Diversified company found the majority of respondents preferred sandals made from materials that are made with recycled materials.

The most popular sandal is a brown/grey one made from recycled materials called a “sandal” and it was also the most sought after.

Dior is one of a few brands that use recycled materials such as recycled fabric.

“We are also using recycled fabric in our shoes,” said Christian Diolis.

“It’s made from a different fabric and it’s a lot softer and more comfortable than traditional fabric.

It’s also a lot more durable than other materials and more resilient.”

Sandals from other brands can be very costly.

The most expensive is the Dior Mondo, which retails for $12,700.

Dior said it uses recycled materials in its footwear but doesn’t sell it.

“I don’t sell recycled materials,” said Dioles boss Christophe Le Roux.

“It is something that I don’t like and I don, unfortunately, want to sell it, as I don.

It’s not a product I like.

I am sorry to say that.”

The company has been working with Environment Canada and other government agencies to find alternatives to the materials it uses in its shoes.

It hopes the new survey will help educate consumers about the issue and help it find the best options for their foot.

The survey of 2,000 respondents revealed that most people don’t know about the environmental impact of their footwear.

Only 6 per cent of respondents knew about the impact of the material being used in their shoes, compared to 27 per cent who were aware.

More than half (53 per cent) said they don’t wear sandals that are more than four inches high.

Only 18 per cent said they wear them that low, compared with 23 per cent.

In general, people were concerned about the quality of their shoes.

Fifty-eight per cent felt their shoes weren’t made in the best way.

Nearly half (47 per cent), compared to 40 per cent, said their shoes would last more than a year.

Only 10 per cent reported that they would have a better quality of life, compared a record low of 12 per cent in a similar survey conducted in 2016.

The company is committed to supporting its employees, including the employees at its factories in China, India and Australia, and the company has pledged to donate 100,000 pairs of sandals to workers affected by the pandemic.