Katy Perry launches footwear line

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Katy Perry has launched her new range of footwear.

The 32-year-old singer joined forces with Global Brands Group Holding Limited earlier this year to work on a range of footwear, and has now launched her line by holding a celebratory brunch, according to Women’s Wear Daily.

Posting a picture of the ‘Chained To The Rhythm’ hitmaker with a giant model of one of her shoes, the publication wrote on Instagram on Monday (17.04.17): “Katy Perry celebrated the launch of her footwear collection with an East Day Recovery Brunch. #wwdeye (: @lexieblacklock) (sic)”

Previously, Katy claimed she had been working on the fashion range for “three years”.

Speaking about her designs, the ‘Roar’ hitmaker said: “[Footwear] was a part of me that needed to be carefully created and developed, and I had to weigh a lot of my options. So for about three years, I was educating myself on the business and [thinking about] who would be a great partner.”

And the brunette beauty – who is known for her eccentric style – has described her capsule, which features pumps with rabbit detail on the toe, and platform shoes with a cigar heel, as “vibrant, expressive and defining”.

She explained: “It’s vibrant, expressive and defining.

“Not everybody is rich, and not everybody is excessive. And everybody has more important things to spend their money on – whether it’s their children, or their family or their health. At the end of the day, your personality shouldn’t be so expensive to display.

“We’ve learned through manufacturing and science that we can make things [with] better quality that don’t take so much time. Applying all of this information makes a better product faster and with more options.”

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  • best of luck to him

  • Triple J

    ati best of luck??? aki I can’t imagine a Nairobi with him as Governor!! The guy is so crude!!! I’m actually a TNA supporter-but for the Governor’s post,–I will vote for ODM!!

    • mzalendokamili

      Lets wait for this battle, but my biggest worry is that, even Kidero is no better than Jimnah when it come to the so called ‘watu wa grounds’.

  • Sue

    I hope the board nullifies these results. Jimnah is the only option for TNA if they hope to beat Kidero. Period.

    • Gakumo

      why nullify? Voters are the ones who determine who to hold the office. This is democracy as opposed to what we have seen in some political parties!

    • mike nairobi

      am in T.N.A but i will also vote 4 kidero i cant withstand waititus stupitity n childish like manners.

  • gidz

    If all factors stand constant, ODM will have an easy ride to Nairobi Governor post and maybe even Senator. I would have voted for Jimna but as of now ODM may take my vote.

  • I may not have been convinced that Ferdinand Waititu to be Nairobi governot come March 4th 2013 before the nominations like most Nairobians, I however, wish to make a defence for him following his win. Politics is about numbers. Surely, over the many years that he has contested in elective positions, Jimna, a darling of Kenya’s middle class has not been able to attract the numbers that matter to win an election. On the contrary, Waititu, who is as crude as the Hustlers in the street, has endeared himself to the masses with his uncultured mannerisms. Indeed, it is this crude mannerisms that keep the hustler in the street surviving, because the weak do not survive out there. Indeed, Waititu is not alone, Bishop Wanjiru portays the same mannerisms and this is what makes her popular. Indeed, Kidero would have been overwhelmingly trounced by Wanjiru were not for the tecnicallity that was used to lock her out of the ODM primaries. The problem is that the poor and marginalised in Nairobi and elsewhere in the country blame this on the elite and all those that may portray elitism. It is unfortunate that even though he might be different, Jimna is tagged to such blame. Most unfortunate is that Dr. Kidero will also be included in this category. You may decide to do whatever you want with your vote, but like it or not, all indications point to the fact that Ferdinand Ndungu Waititu is the Man to beat for the governorship of Nairobi. After all Its elections are about numbers and the middle class do not have the numbers and as I have repeatedly said, the middle class of Kenya are too busy or comfortable to take elections as serious as the poor and the wretched of the city do. Indeed, how many of those so calling themselves TNA members in Nairobi who are now shouting thier voices hose about not willing to vote Waititu because of his “crudeness” did come out to vote for the “cool”Jimna Mbaru? Very few is any. They were seated in the comforts of thier houses or offices or admiring Jimna Mbaru’s CV. On the contrast, the poor/hustlers braved the cold and repeated frustrations of the post-ponements of the nominations to ensure that his/her candidate, Waititu, won. It is very hypocratical that after failing to uphold thier duty as contestors and/or voters, these very same people are now coming around to portray Waititu as unfit. What litmus beyond the constitution and the vote, are they using after all.

    Finally, Ferdinand Waititu has every right, like anyother kenyan does to contest for elections and occupy the office that such elections put him into. We should respect his inalienable right to ask Nairobians to vote him into office and his occupation of that office once he is declared the winner in an open and transparent elections. If it does not go your way, blame it on your failure to contest or market your favourite candidate or not vote. Do not blame it on Waititu. Go!! Waititu GO!!!

    • benja

      you said it gichira

      • Calvin Ngotho

        Marred nominations intimiditave tactics sending people to hospital. General Elections will be different.

  • Calvin Ngotho

    Its a turnoff on the notion that Merit counts. Endorses “Mwenye Ukora/Nguvu Mpishe”. Also a TNA supporter but Merit must prevail

  • Jackin

    Waititu has a development record for his constituents, what has Mbaru done?

    • Calvin Ngotho

      created employment and thus improving lives of so many Kenyans

      • jackin

        Kenyans that are educated, ok. Thats good! but our current problem is Land grabbing, Slums and the oppression of the poor by the rich! That is what we should tackle now. We don’t need a city of dwellers employed by Mbaru that can afford a DINNER and some hustlers that cannot afford a PLATE on the table.

        • Calvin Ngotho

          And how is it a solution to have City Council modelled politician to tackle land grabbing. Waititu held a position in City Council and Nothing happened. Lets not be a country that embraces agression and rowdy behaviour as a means of resolving issues. Because that is what this is.

      • benja

        200 million bob lost while he headed NSE…(remember nyagah stockbrokers?..short kenyan memory right?…) what a great record for jimnah

    • eddy the bat

      Safaricom IPO,perhaps,lol

    • those stone throwing was also development,right?

  • ………………………………….Asiye kubali kushindwa si mshindani……………………………………..

  • mike nairobi.

    4sure nairobi was deserving a man like jimna mbaru.4 those who are asking what are his achievements we should have given him a chance to proof his ability to change the outlook of the city.

  • sisemikitu

    Lets ask Nzamba Kitonga and his team how this position was modelled. Was it a cut and paste from some constitution or some portion was missed out when typing? You can imagine electing a CEO of Kenya Airways or EABL or Safaricom by universal surfrage. What we are now seeing is political dinosaurs. miscreants and misfits retreating to the counties for positions. Are you seeing another trend emerging from Mombasa, Kiambu, Nyeri and now Nairobi. Why not suspend the constitution for 5 years to redo it afresh?

  • Gerald

    Jimnah lost because most of us stayed at home/work and expected him to “appear” on the ballot come march 4th. Own up and Style up

  • jumax

    bbuylshit

  • i just wish Jimna could have coworked with Kidero as the voice of the marginalized elitists and teach these laudy slum people a lesson of their lives. we all want to have a live in those suburbs and that can only be granted by people who know how to live there. how would you expect a slum dweller to move to highrise estate when he is used to handouts every time he cries ‘naomba serikali iingilie kati’? the so called popularist politicians have contributed much to the poverty of the slum dwellers, they want them to worship them when they give them those rotten cabbages and tomatoes and accompany them when they riot. Nairobians be watchful, otherwise we be throwing our city to the dogs. lets have mature politics.

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