Crocs and Justin Bieber Reunite for New "Lavender" Collaboration

Also reinforcing the Crocs with socks lifestyle.

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Crocs and Justin Bieber have followed up last year’s collaboration with an all-new Classic Clog design. The new release sees the shoe dressed in a “Lavender” colorway, complete with the Crocs logo appearing on the backstrap.

Alongside the Classic Clog, Justin Bieber and Crocs have come together to release special-edition oversized Jibbitz. These charms include Theodore and other characters from the wider drew house community. Additionally, the collection includes a pair of drew-branded socks to support Justin Bieber’s preferred socks and Crocs combination.

Launching the collection, Bieber said, “Crocs with socks is definitely the move. They’re comfortable, they’re fashionable, and most importantly it’s fun to bring your own style to how you wear them. It’s been a blast bringing this latest collaboration with Crocs to life.”

Take a look at the second Justin Bieber with drew house x Crocs Classic Clog 2 in the gallery above. The full capsule is due to release through the drew house web store on March 15 in the US and China, before arriving on the Crocs web store in the US, Europe and Asia a day later. It will then launch in the UK on March 17.

In other footwear news, Crocs also recently released a new marble-themed design.

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