Katy Perry Matched Her Dramatic Fuchsia Eye Makeup To Her Edgy Asymmetric Pumps

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Katy Perry wears head-to-toe Stella McCartney.
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Making a socially conscious fashion statement is no easy task, but Katy Perry did it in a slick way.

The pop star exited KISS FM studios in London on Friday wearing a head-to-toe love letter to British designer Stella McCartney, a longtime animal rights activist.

Perry greeted fans while clad in a low-cut architectural black dress emblazoned with bright graphics and statements such as “no fur.”

Not exactly an easy look to pull off, the “Swish Swish” singer’s outfit incorporated a flared waistline, tapered skirt hem, criss-cross straps around the back, and pleating around the rear of the skirt.

More eye-catching moments continued down to her feet, where she stepped out in McCartney’s steel fuchsia pointed-toe pumps. Featuring a faux-leather upper and high-cut profile, the shoes incorporate an asymmetric, curved vamp that wraps around the foot, leading into a pointed toe.

The stiletto heel is around 4 inches and features a flattering, subtle arch.

katy perry, stella mccartney, makeup, shoes Katy Perry wears head-to-toe Stella McCartney. REX Shutterstock

The shoes are currently on sale in gold for $324 on Matchesfashion.com.

When she removed her cat-eye sunglasses, Perry revealed more of her striking style — a heavy-handed touch of eye makeup to match her heels. She incorporated a generous amount of black eyeliner with fuchsia eye shadow spread above and below her eyelids a la “Jem and the Holograms.”

A splash of bold red lipstick and her new blond pixie haircut completed the look.

katy perry, stella mccartney, makeup, shoes Katy Perry wears head-to-toe Stella McCartney. REX Shutterstoc

Last month Perry announced new dates for her Witness tour and is currently promoting her new music.

Speaking to Footwear News in a previous interview, Perry shared that she plans to incorporate her eponymous shoe brand with her outfits in addition to wearing other labels.

The shoe line launched in February in a partnership with Global Brands Group Holding Ltd. — which owns and manages a roster of boldface fashion and entertainment labels.

katy perry, stella mccartney, makeup, shoes Detail of Katy Perry’s Stella McCartney faux-leather pumps. REX Shutterstock

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