The £65 pair of designer Crocs that’s dividing the nation
The ugliest shoe in the world has just been given a designer make-over – and people can’t decide whether they love them or hate them.
Fashion designer Christopher Kane has whipped up a pair of Crocs adorned with luxury embellishments including tiger print patterns, ostrich feathers and jewel flower charms.
With his last range with the plastic clogs retailing at a pricey £275 a pair, the latest collection starts at £64.99 at Office.
“When Christopher Kane approached us about this opportunity, we were delighted and excited to work together with such an iconic force in the fashion world,” said Michelle Poole, Senior Vice President of Global Product and Merchandising for Crocs.
Talking about the revamped shoe, Kane says “I’ve always been a fan of the iconic Crocs Clog. I like that they are perceived by some to be quite ‘ugly’ and not at all feminine or designed to flatter. They are designed for function, and that’s what attracted me to them.”
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While the limited edition collection doesn’t officially come out in Crocs stores until the 10th August, there’s a limited amount available online now at Office.
The £65 Crocs are currently getting mixed reactions across the internet, with some people claiming they’ve now been converted by the designer pair.
And others, not so much…
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