When Is Katy Perry Footwear Coming Out? Here's When To Expect This Shoe Line
She's already done music, makeup, and perfume, but now she's coming back for more. In case you missed it, Katy Perry is coming out with her own shoe line in partnership with Global Brands Group, according to Women's Wear Daily. There will be lots of different options at a pretty accessible price point. When does Katy Perry Footwear launch? You've got some time to wait, but I'm willing to bet that it will be completely worth it.
When Perry does something, she does it big. Although the singer hasn't shared any photos of the designs yet, you can expect that her shoe line will be just as big as her other launches. According to WWD, you can expect the line to be filled with everything from sandals and sneakers to stilettos and pumps. Basically nothing is off limits, per usual Perry style.
“It’s been a creative goal of mine to be a real contributor in the affordable fashion space,” Perry told WWD. “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.”
So when does this fun and fashionable line come out? It'll be here for Spring 2017, according to her tweet. That might seem far away, but it's approaching pretty fast. WWD reports that the footwear will range from $59 to $299, so if you want to buy big you'll need some time to save anyways.
Although there haven't been any photos released of the shoes, there are a few sketches floating around. People are excited just from the sneak peeks, so you know it's going to be great when spring rolls around. Here's what fans have to say about the launch.
Even the simplistic name is getting rave reviews.
Katy Perry talent? The limit does not exist.
Footwear can't possibly be the end.
Reaction on point.
Plain and simple.
One. All of them. What's the difference?
I can't wait to see what the singer comes up with!
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