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.
If you let the perfect bag or pair of shoes pass you by this season, here’s your chance to make up for it in Fuse’s final accessories sale. More than 40 fantastic designers – including Rosegold, West/Feren, Bloch and BCBG MAXAZRIA – are offering deep discounts on heels, sneaks and flats. And it’s not just shoes – you’ll find crossbody bags, colorful clutches and buttery totes, too.
Triple-platform heels are all the rage, and this sale delivers them in spades—though mostly at a relatively modest 4-inch height that won't send you tumbling. A selection of daringly detailed wedges, booties, and oxfords round out the mix.
Want to score of-the-moment wintertime styles by some of your favorite designer names for less? This mix of essentials makes dressing for the cold weather simple. Keep your eye out for cashmere sweaters, sleek denim, flirty frocks, chic handbags, footwear and more — all handpicked with the holiday season in mind.
No need to bruise your wallet this season, because our buyers have handpicked a selection of the season's most ubiquitous shoes — boots and booties — all priced at under $100. Our top picks include styles from Corso Como, Modern Vintage, Steven by Steve Madden, Dolce Vita, and more. Your shoe closet won't know what hit it.