The Scoop on Suri Cruise's Custom Made Roger Vivier Shoes

10/08/2008 at 12:50 PM ET

Ahmad Elatab / Splash News

Katie Holmes loves all things Roger Vivier — from her sunglasses to her purse (check out her new one!) to her fabulous shoes, she’s a loyal customer. When we caught Suri admiring one of mom’s red pumps a while back, we had no idea she would end up with a custom pair of her own red Roger Viviers! Bruno Frisoni, the creative director of the French luxury label and pal of Tom and Katie, made Suri her very own pair of iconic buckle flats (made famous by Catherine Deneuve in Belle de Jour). Sadly for any budding fashionistas in our own lives, these are one-offs just for this little trendsetter. Reps for Roger Vivier tell PEOPLE that “we do not have a children’s line nor are we starting one.” See more of Suri’s fabulous life on PEOPLE’s Celebrity Baby Blog by clicking here.

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ashleivh on

I can’t tell if it’s Tom holding Suri or if it’s Katie! *lol they are sure looking alike lately.

BabyGirl on

I have always wondered about that!! You ALWAYS see these couples wearing long sleeves and/or coats/sweater and long pants, yet their kids are in t-shirts and shorts….Maybe once you are in Hollywood so long you just become a cold person…

Plus, i loved Katie back in the D Creek days….what happened to her??

Abby on

Sure she’s cute, and the shoes are adorable. But seriously, this child is going to grow up to be so spoiled nobody will be able to stand her! She’s probably never heard the word ‘no’ from her over-indulgent parents. When will people realize you are not doing your child any favors by getting them everything they want? Sure TomKat can afford it, but that’s not the point. Maybe they need to look at how people like Paris Hilton turned out and rethink their parenting skills..or lack thereof.

tina on

And we wonder why these young celebrity children grow up and turn out like Paris Hilton!!!

me on

I think that if they can afford it why not!
I mean if i had the money to buy my daughter and spoil her the way Tom and Katie due, it’s my business and no one else..
It’s not there fault that there is poverty in the world.
Poverty has, and always be there…
So whatever they do with they’re money is up to them and stop being jelous cause, you can afford to have what they have…

Annoyed on

Katie still looks sloppy and is looking more and more like Tom and all..her clothes are terrible these days…not very sophisticated. Her and him side by side like identical….and not in a good way..


she may have some grown up shoes, but i just saw a recent (within the month) picture of her with a baby bottle! while on the subject there is a picture today of brad and angelina and pax and he (pax) is sucking his thumb!!!!!!!!c’mon all you wannabe moms, get your nannies to help these kids kick the habits!

elen on

i don’t think there is anything wrong with the girly dresses she wears i think she is adorable the red shoes are cute too i just hope when they are done with them they go to charity katie could use some advice from her daughter on how to dress age appropiate

Ohioan on

Doesn’t Suri ever walk? I always see Katie carrying her. And here, she’s in a sleeveless dress, and Katie is covering her with a…towel? Come on. She has custom shoes but no coat.

mj on

Katie looks horrible in this picture. She looks really old, I had to take another look and re-read b/c I thought maybe it was her moma.

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