Katy Perry’s playful shoe collection debuted in February with bright, Rubix cube-themed heels and sneakers embroidered with stars.
The pop star recently released three new collections that marry the tongue-in-cheek aesthetics of Jeremy Scott and Jeffrey Campbell.
The collections are named “Goddess,” “Museum” and “Road Trip,” which suit the kooky, artful designs.
Metallic pumps embellished with gold rings, peep-toe ankle booties with geometric-printed crystal designs and brown shiny cowboy boots make up the Goddess collection.
White pumps splattered with paint, sock boots with architectural heels and patent-leather high-tops that light up as you walk encompass the Museum collection.
Mules with tequila-bottle heels, slip-on heels constructed out of leather cacti, and flats embroidered with a campfire scene comprise the Road Trip collection.
Perry wants to make one thing clear: she designed the shoes 100 percent by herself.
Perry told Footwear News that she wants to be a direct part of the fashion industry, not just a celebrity. “I want to learn a lot, master it and become a serious contributor in the fashion world,” she said.
Shoes range from $59-$299, and are available for purchase on Perry’s online shop.