Steve Madden Announces Participation In The Morgan Stanley Global Consumer & Retail Conference

Steve Madden (Nasdaq:SHOO) today announced that the Company will be presenting at the Morgan Stanley Global Consumer & Retail Conference at The Crowne Plaza Times Square, in New York City, on Tuesday, November 15, 2016, at 8:40 a.m. Eastern Time. Edward Rosenfeld, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, will host the presentation.

The audio portion of the presentation will be webcast live over the internet and can be accessed under the Investor Relations section at http://www.stevemadden.com/. An online archive will be available for a period of 90 days following the presentation.

About Steve Madden

Steve Madden designs, sources and markets fashion-forward footwear and accessories for women, men and children. In addition to marketing products under its own brands including Steve Madden®, Dolce Vita®, Betsey Johnson®, Report®, Big Buddha®, Brian Atwood®, Cejon®, Blondo® and Mad Love®, Steve Madden is the licensee of various brands, including Superga® for footwear in North America. Steve Madden also designs and sources products under private label brand names for various retailers. Steve Madden's wholesale distribution includes department stores, specialty stores, luxury retailers, national chains and mass merchants. Steve Madden also operates 186 retail stores (including Steve Madden's four Internet stores). Steve Madden licenses certain of its brands to third parties for the marketing and sale of certain products, including for ready-to-wear, outerwear, intimate apparel, hosiery, jewelry, luggage and bedding and bath products. For local store information and the latest Steve Madden booties, pumps, men's and women's boots, dress shoes, sandals and more, visit http://www.stevemadden.com/

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