Madison Harding Steps Into Charlotte Ronson's Closet — Care To Join?

Hilary Rosenman and Barri Budin, the design duo behind shoe label Madison Harding, churn out the type of spring sandals we've been dreaming about all winter long. So, when we heard they'd be paying Charlotte Ronson a visit for their newly launched "In Her Shoes" series, we're pretty sure flowers started to bloom. Rosenman and Budin brought their collection to Ronson's quirky-cool abode, and, as you'd expect, a major styling session ensued.
Watch the exclusive look below, as Ronson talks about buying her first Dr. Martens (Mary Janes, of course), cuddles with Oliver, her Chihuahua, and pokes around her closet — which, by the way, is arranged by print and color-coded by season-appropriate pastels. We can't say we're surprised that she pulls out the perfect dress to match those Madison Harding coral wedges we love oh-so-much.
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But don't think we're not obsessing over the rest of the line, which runs the gamut from chunky wooden soles to edgy, metal-embellished heels. We want those mesh, gray-blue slip-ons. We want those dusty-brown, studded sandals. And yes, the following video you're about to play over and over again is shoe porn at its finest.
Video: Courtesy of Heidi Hartwig, Photo: Courtesy of Madison Harding
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