Kim Kardashian Joins The 'Shoesies' Club As She Reveals Her 'Famleezys' Matching Footwear

17 February 2014 by

Not content with making us all green with envy with their own fabulous footwear collections, now the stars are rubbing baby shoes in our faces too.

Kim Kardashian is the latest adoptee of the family 'shoesie', as she posted a photo of Nike Air Yeezy 2 Red October trainers belonging to her, Kanye West and North West on Instagram yesterday. The sneakers were designed by Kanye and are currently going for thousands of pounds on eBay after selling out in 11 minutes when they went on sale earlier this month. Naturally the rapper's 'Famleezy' each got a pair of their own before they disappeared.

Perhaps Kim got the idea for her 'shoesie' from singer Beyonce, who revealed a pic of the Knowles-Carter clan's collection of Timberland boots last year. While Jay Z and Blue Ivy each have a traditional pair of Tims (also beloved by the likes of Rihanna and Cara Delevingne), Queen Bey likes to rock a spiked stiletto version, but put together and the family's booties are absolutely adorable. As are Nicole Richie, Joel Madden and Harlow Madden's matching Converse trainers, which the designer uploaded to Instagram with the caption 'Chuckin''. Sparrow Madden isn't left out though, because he has the same pair of Nike Air Jordan trainers as his rock star daddy too.

Other fans of bespoke baby shoes include super stylist Rachel Zoe, whose son Skyler has identical leather moccasins to his dad Rodger Berman, The Saturdays singer Frankie Sandford, who is loving her son Parker Bridge's growing fashion collection and designer Victoria Beckham, who has previously shared a photo of her daughter Harper's Marc Jacobs wellington boots.

We think North West might be winning in the footwear department though, as she already boasts shoes by Celine, Charlotte Olympia, Hermes and Giuseppe Zanotti. She's not even one year's old. Not fair!


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