Madison Maison Teams Up with Joan Hornig for a Glamorous Line of Jewel-Adorned Shoes, Boots, and Bags

Joan Hornig, a sustainable jewelry designer based in New York, is teaming up with David Assil from Madison Maison, a boutique in Beverly Hills, to create a philanthropic collaboration featuring shoes, boots, and handbags.

Designed by Assil and handcrafted in Italian ateliers, each piece in the Madison Maison X Joan Hornig collection is adorned with a unique design inspired by Hornig’s Pav The Way social enterprise jewelry line. Customers can find Hornig’s jewelry at Madison Maison’s boutique and website as well.

This partnership merges fashion with charity, as all profits from Joan Hornig’s sales in this collaboration will be donated to the 501(c)(3) organization chosen by the buyer through the Joan B. Hornig Foundation. According to Assil, owner and designer of Madison Maison, this collaboration transforms luxury accessories into avenues for personalized charitable contributions.

The launch event for this collaboration will take place on May 4th from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Madison Maison’s Brighton Way boutique and online. During the event, customers can enjoy a 15 percent discount on all merchandise while also exploring Hornig’s Pav The Way jewelry collection available in-store.

Stylish Shoes That Give Back

Assil, a seasoned entrepreneur with 35 years of experience, specializes in creating luxurious and trendy handmade shoes and bags in collaboration with artisanal Italian factories. He mentioned that Joan has been a loyal customer for quite some time.

Upon discovering her innovative jewelry concept and viewing her unique designs, I suggested a partnership focusing on one of her lock pendants, which we then adapted to embellish loafers, high heels, and boots. Crafted in Italy from brass with a dazzling gold coating, the exquisite lock adds an elegant touch to the footwear.

Assil expressed his admiration for Joan as a remarkable creative collaborator due to her impeccable taste, exceptional talent, boundless enthusiasm, and commitment to philanthropy. Additionally, other shoe designs created by Assil for this collaboration feature delicate golden horse bits inspired by Hornig’s jewelry collection.

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