KATY PERRY LAUNCHES SHOES…CAN YOU HEAR THEM ROAR?

In What's New, Industry News by Lauren Parker

Katy Perry at FN PLATFORM at MAGIC in Las Vegas. Photo: Rony  Alwin

Katy Perry at FN PLATFORM at MAGIC in Las Vegas. Photo: Rony Alwin

Ever wonder what Katy Perry shoes would look like? Surely they would be fierce, bold and for women not afraid to be noticed. Pop star Katy Perry has always had a way with bold fashion and now she’s channeling that into a line of footwear, developed with Global Brands Group. The collection launched at FN PLATFORM at MAGIC in Las Vegas, with Perry herself causing quite a celebrity-sighting sensation.

The Katy Perry Footwear will range from casual sandals and colorful sneakers to playful stilettos and sophisticated pumps. The Katy Perry Footwear Spring 2017 collection features sleek, futuristic materials such as Lucite and vinyl, mixed with metallic hues, floral prints and novel combinations of textures, materials and embellishments. The collection  will launch globally in major department stores, specialty stores and e-commerce in February 2017. Prices will range from $59 to $299.Katy Perry shoes

Katy Perry said: “It’s been a creative goal of mine to be a real contributor in the affordable fashion space. Launching a footwear collection felt like a natural first step for me. After years of investigating and researching partnerships to find the right fit for the debut of my line, I found that Global Brands most resonated with my artistic ideas. They understand my vision, my eye for detail, and have the international reach and resources to bring my canvas of ideas to life.”

Katy Perry ShoesJason Rabin, President & CMO North America of Global Brands Group Holding Limited added: “In addition to being one of the biggest music icons of today, Katy Perry is an incredibly talented and creative individual, whose style and confidence speak to women around the world.”

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