For many, Crocs are very much like marmite: you either love them or hate them.
Crocs may have become known for their comfort and quirky charms back in 2007, but in recent years they’ve been elevated to a whole new sartorial standing through numerous fashion collaborations.
In fact, getting your hands on any Crocs collaboration is quite a challenge as they continue sell out in record time: from Balenciaga’s £600 platform Crocs, to a collection with American rapper Post Malone.
Today Crocs announced its latest collaboration with iconic British brand Liberty London - and even if you’ve never been a fan of Crocs before, that could all be about the change.
Fusing comfort with undeniable style, the Liberty London x Crocs collection features an assortments of heritage archive prints from the London-based stores iconic collection.
Each style, available in sizes 4 to 8, also comes customised with one of Liberty’s signature silk scarves that is expertly tied around each shoe.
The scarves are available in three historic Liberty prints: Tanjore Gardens, Chesham and Ianthe, which have been reworked into exclusive new colourways for the collaboration.
The slides come in classic black or white hues for those who prefer a subtler silhouette, whereas Crocs recognisable clogs are offered in a bold fuschia pink and black.
And the Liberty x Crocs offering does not stop there.
Liberty have also given Croc charms a stylish revamp with a selection of whimsical limited-edition metal charms, from a a purple Liberty logo to a double-decker bus, that will be available to buy separately.