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About Madison Harding

Designers Hilary Rosenman and Barri Budin launched Madison Harding in 2007 to provide an accessible yet fashionable women’s footwear option for the artsy hipster set. The designing duo, who met while studying art at Skidmore College in New York, specialize in creating modern-vintage leather ballet flats, black ankle booties, and other shoes and boots rich in edgy details — think braids, chain-link, and grommet-studded textures. Many of the label’s strappy wedge sandals, city-gritty pumps and handbags are named after the streets of the Lower East Side — the post-trendy Manhattan neighborhood that serves as a muse of sorts. Named after the NYC and New Jersey streets where Rosenman and Budin grew up, Madison Harding is a favorite among fashionable notables such as Charlotte Ronson and Chloe Sevigny.

Past Sales Featuring Madison Harding

Sale Ended April 30, 2011

The Party Accessory

Sexy heels and It clutches bring the party in this exclusive sale. Whether you're in the market for sultry fishnet platforms, a must-have mahogany clutch, or a dance-floor ready pair of flats, these picks are destined to take your soirée-standby LBD to the next level.

Sale Ended July 23, 2011

Yellow & Orange - 7/21/2011

Whether paired with your favorite neutrals or worn as bold, stand-alone pieces, the sun-kissed It colors that have been popping up all over the runways will help you make the perfect splash this summer. In this array, look for all manners of oranges and yellows, from separates and dresses to jewelry and lightweight scarves sprinkled with the vivid hues.

Sale Ended April 25, 2011

Size 7

Take the guesswork out of shoe shopping with a hot designer sale exclusively for your size. Discover cool sneakers, strappy sandals, elegant pumps, and more.

Sale Ended December 27, 2010

Final Sale: Shoes under $90

To-die-for shoes are at the heart of this huge accessories range. Check out perfectly on-trend pieces from tons of established fashion houses, as well as several rising design stars.