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Delman’s flats, boots, and sandals have graced the feet of fashionable women since your grandparents were newborns, and with good reason: The NYC-based label has set the bar for timeless style and unparalleled comfort since Herman Delman launched his eponymous company in 1918. In the 1920s, Delman produced shoes for Israel Miller’s iconic shoe brand I. Miller, which designed and imported fine women’s footwear through the 1960s. Delman has recreated some of I. Miller’s designs exclusively for Gilt.com — offering quilted ballet flats with contrasting cap-toes, solid-color flats, and traditional ballet flats with bow details. Crafted from the finest Italian suede and leather, I. Miller by Delman shoes are made to withstand time and fleeting trends. Fun fact: in the mid-1950s, I. Miller hired a rising commercial artist to draw its whimsical advertising campaigns. The artist’s name: Andy Warhol.

Past Sales Featuring I. Miller

Sale Ended May 27, 2014

Shoe Steals Under $60

Get your accessory fix with the season’s must-have sandals, flats, and heels.

Sale Ended January 07, 2014

100 Best Winter Shoes

The season’s must-have footwear picks, from embossed booties to metallic flats.

Sale Ended November 30, 2012

Classic Chic: Ballet Flats

The holiday season brings endless errands and engagements, so comfort is key — pair your skinny jeans and sweater with the ultimate go-to: the ballet flat. Beloved by everyone from Audrey Hepburn to Natalie Portman, this classic footwear staple will take you seamlessly from shopping to dining to jetting about town. Our stylish selection has you totally covered: bold colors, gleaming metallics, animal prints, slick cap toes… take your pick!

Sale Ended December 13, 2013

Timeless Flats: Up to 75% Off

You can’t go wrong with a classic flat — after all, the Parisian-chic staple has graced the feet of style icons from Audrey Hepburn to Sarah Jessica Parker. Step into one of these polished pairs, including luxe metallics and neutrals for your ladylike dresses and skirts, and bright primary hues to dress up your denim on the weekend.