Page Six caught up with Katy Perry to talk about the Spring 2022 line of Katy Perry Collections and how her daughter Daisy is her muse.

“Today I put her in a gingham dress, and she loves coming out and presenting it. And everyone obviously has a reaction, and she loves the reaction,” Katy Perry tells Page Six Style exclusively of her baby daughter, whom she welcomed with fiancé Orlando Bloom in 2020.

“She’s always twirling … and she’s into putting on our shoes. I have hundreds of pairs of shoes, of course, because I’m a shoe designer. But she puts them on and she likes to slide around the house. And sometimes in daddy’s shoes [too]. It’s just really sweet.”

And design nods to her little girl abound; a yet-to-be-released thong sandal features a beaded anklet with a daisy motif, while a woven slide ($89) is adorned with the same familiar floral motif.

“She’s my everything muse. She’s my whole heart. I’m just so grateful; she is really my gift,” Perry gushes of Daisy, adding that while she’s “dabbled” in designing baby shoes in the past, she’d love to launch a line for little ones “for real.”


Often, the inspiration for new pairs stems from the pop star’s music; she’s currently working on a version topped with red mushrooms as a nod to one of the standout looks from her Las Vegas residency, “Play.”

The challenge? Every pair of “Gelis” is scented to mirror its motif.

“We tried to make it a truffle smell, and it did not turn out OK,” she recalls.

She’d likely have even more trouble making shoes to match the much-discussed dancing poop that pops out of a giant toilet during her Sin City shows; “If I do a poo shoe, it’s not going to smell like s—t,” Perry promises.

Despite her “very colorful, very costumey, very quirky” onstage style, the star’s been stepping out in markedly sleeker and edgier looks recently, from the cutout Mugler catsuit she chose for her January “SNL” appearance to the brown faux leather coat-and-pant combo by Rotate Birger Christensen she wore during a round of press in NYC in February.
“I’ve never worn black or brown as much as I have been lately,” she says. “I’m 37 and there’s something about just making it look sophisticated and streamlined and sexy, you know?”
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