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CROCS × CHRISTIAN COWAN

The brand’s team-up with the British designer sees the likes of Christine Quinn and R&B star Tinashe donning the classic casual footwear.

If you were searching for another reason to get yourself involved in the Crocs renaissance that has been unfolding over recent months, the beloved footwear brand has just given you one. Turning to British fashion designer, Christian Cowan, the footwear giant has unveiled the limited edition collection that dreams are crafted from, modelled by a scintillating line-up of international stars, including reality personalities, tastemakers, content creators and influencers alike.

Including three new styles, the campaign sees Crocs sported by the likes of Selling Sunset’s Christine Quinn, The Real Housewives of New York City’s Sonja Morgan, singer Tinashe, and Ru Paul’s Drag Race judge, Michelle Visage – aka some of the biggest style icons currently circling the zeitgeist. The new styles, led by the extravagant Mega Crush Clog, followed by the Classic Clogs in a monotone colour combo, and the bubble gum pink Classic Sandals, are debuted alongside a shinier reinvention of the classic mode of customising the shoes, in the form of Jibbitz charms. Arguably the perfect display of Crocs’ unapologetic aesthetic and Cowen’s classically bold-meets-sleek design approach, this collection presents itself as the ultimate display of collaborative creation, giving wearers the option to bling up their shoes and even convert the charms into wearable accessories, such as necklaces and hair clips. Here’s to hoping this is another step towards our dream of a head-to-toe Croc outfit coming to fruition.

See the expertly curated pop culture campaign below, and if you want to upgrade your own shoe collection, head to www.crocs.co.uk right now to browse the collection…

CROCS × CHRISTIAN COWAN

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