Liberty London launches second collaboration with iconic shoe brand Crocs and we predict a sellout

For many of us Crocs are a bit like marmite. You’ll either love them or hate them.

British brand Liberty London has teamed up with Crocs on its second collaboration. The classic Crocs clog features five different iconic Liberty London prints.

To date the controversial shoe brand Crocs has sold over 600 million pairs of shoes worldwide. Since they launched in 2002.

The new adult classic clog consists of 5 new colourways and styles include: Black with Art Nouveau lanthe print; Rose pink with floral Delilah print; White with Imran print; Navy with Tanjore Gardens print; White with Art Nouveau lanthe print, all priced at £44.99 each. Available in sizes UK 4-9. All styles are also available in childrens sizes and are priced at £29.99, perfect if you like to match with your little one.

Create your own unique look

The collection also includes an extended range of metal Jibbitz charms, priced at £5.99 each. These include an iconic purple Liberty London shopping bag, a printed Liberty London scarf, some pretty floral designs and London double decker red bus. With new Jibbitz charm arrivals set to be released later this month.

These decorations can be pressed into the ventilation holes of Crocs shoes to give a unique and personal appearance.

Crocs are no strangers to brand collaborations

The brand had previous successful collaborations with high-end designer Christopher Kane, when he unveiled the collection on the catwalk at his SS17 show during London Fashion Week.

Balenciaga also used the catwalk to unveil their bold platform collaboration with Crocs at Paris Fashion Week for SS18, which sold out immediately upon its release.

More recently Crocs collaborations include sellout collections with American singer Post Malone and country music star Luke Combs.

If you need inspiration, see how people are styling their Crocs by searching the hashtag #ComeAsYouAre on Instagram. Or share your own selfie or shoefie (a photo taken of your shoes whilst you are wearing them) for a chance to feature in their online gallery, just be sure to tag @Crocs and again use the hashtag #ComeAsYouAre.

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Shop the Liberty x Crocs collaboration below now - before it sells out!

Liberty London x Crocs classic clog in Floral/Blossom

Liberty London x Crocs classic clog in Floral/Blossom

£44.99, Liberty London

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Liberty London x Crocs classic clog in Floral/White

Liberty London x Crocs classic clog in Floral/White

£44.99, Liberty London

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Liberty London x Crocs classic clog in Navy

Liberty London x Crocs classic clog in Navy

VIEW NOW: Liberty London x Crocs classic clog in Navy

Liberty London x Crocs classic clog in White

Liberty London x Crocs classic clog in White

£44.99, Liberty London

VIEW NOW: Liberty London x Crocs classic clog in White

Liberty London X Crocs Classic Clog in Black

Liberty London X Crocs Classic Clog in Black

£44.99, Liberty London

VIEW NOW: Liberty London X Crocs Classic Clog in Black

Becky Joiner-O'Riordan

Becky Joiner-O'Riordan is a Senior Fashion Stylist & Writer. With 10 years experience in the fashion industry, she currently works across woman&home, womanandhome.com, Woman, Woman's Own, Woman's Weekly, Chat, goodto.com, and has previously worked on Harper's Bazaar, Notion and Now Magazine. 


After graduating from both the University of the Creative Arts and The Fashion Retail Academy with first-class honours she dipped her toes into the world of television styling working on This Old Thing, hosted by Dawn O’Porter and Channel 4’s live tv show series Gok Live: Stripping for Summer. 


You can follow her on Instagram @beckyjoinero to get an insight into what goes on behind the scenes in the fashion cupboard and on our fashion and beauty shoots. 


When she isn’t working, Becky is usually sporting a Breton tee and her signature top knot hairstyle with a glass of rosé in hand at the latest hotspots across London and Essex. An avid online shopper, Becky loves hearing from any new emerging fashion, beauty or homeware brands and is currently obsessed with buying vases and random trinkets for her new flat.