Beyonce and Blue Ivy's new Kiwi shoes

Last updated 08:50 21/10/2013
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NEW SHOES: Beyonce shoes off her new Kathryn Wilson shoes on Instagram.

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Beyonce and daughter Blue Ivy have left New Zealand with matching shoes made by Kiwi designer Kathryn Wilson.

After performing four sell-out shows in Auckland, the music megastar scored a prototype pair of Kathryn Wilson shoes for herself, plus a tiny pair for 22-month-old Blue Ivy.

In a massive coup for the Kathryn Wilson brand, Beyonce posted a shot of the shoes - her 'Karlya' loafer, named after Sunday magazine fashion editor Karlya Smith, and Blue Ivy's 'Renae Jazz' shoe - on Instagram early this morning.

Wilson, who is about to mark the 10th anniversary of her business, said she "couldn't be happier".

"Beyoncé is a woman who I've always looked up to.  Her savvy, confident personality is an inspiration to women everywhere, and her success is something that drives me every day.  It's a privilege to have Beyoncé and her beautiful daughter own a pair of my shoes each."

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