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About Rock & Republic Shoes

Michael Ball founded Rock & Republic in 2002 with a single pair of jeans. Since then, the former pro cyclist and his partner, Andrea Bernholtz, have transformed their Los Angeles-based company into a luxe denim brand as well as a purveyor of premium footwear, cosmetics, leather goods, and, of course, pet accessories. Loved by young Hollywood, the label traffics in the rocker-meets-rebel look: think body-conscious cuts, stud details, and artful prints that are both street-ready and effortlessly cool.

Past Sales Featuring Rock & Republic Shoes

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.

Sale Ended January 27, 2012

Classic Pumps for Every Wardrobe

A classic pump never goes out of style, whether you pair it with a pencil skirt and blazer for the office or a body-conscious sheath for a night on the town. Pump up your closet — and stock up on evergreen heels for every occasion with this collection. It features neutrals, blacks, and styles that pop with color from brands like Butter, Ash, and Kelsi Dagger.

Sale Ended April 07, 2011

Final Sale: Accessories Up to 75% Off - 4/4/2011

With this unbeatable selection of accessory picks, we're giving you one last chance to grab some of our favorite statement-making shoes, bags, wraps, and more, the likes of which are sure to garner many a second look: On offer here for the final time, footwear and wraps from the likes of Betsey Johnson, L.A.M.B., Michael Kors, and more.

Sale Ended February 07, 2010

Rock & Republic Shoes

These hot heels from the L.A. denim label will definitely amp up a pair of jeans, but they’re also a fierce finish to skirts and dresses. Basket-weave wedges stand high and mighty (and make your gams gorgeous), while stilettos with reflective silver accents and lots of buckles are a streetwise take on a runway style.