Crocs releases unique collection for Pride Month and teams up with Drag Race stars
Crocs has released its unique and colourful ‘Love as you are’ Pride-themed collection.
For Pride Month and beyond, fans of Crocs can buy rainbow clogs and customise them with charms that reflect your personality.
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The collection includes classic rainbow clogs, that you can buy all year round, with blue, orange, green, yellow and more available.
There’s also charm sets so you can decorate and personalise your pair, including a disco ball, a rainbow, “Love” and a peace hand sign.
A highlight is the five-piece set which includes charms inspired by the colours of the trans flag. It features a peace symbol, a trans flag, a heart and two diamond gems.
While US customers can also get a 13-piece “Love is Love” set, with a leopard print rainbow heart, stars, a “Proud” charm and more.
The brand has also teamed up with their “boldest and brightest friends from the LGBTQ+ community” for the campaign.
This includes Drag Race UK star and queen of Crocs, Ginny Lemon and Drag Race icon and season three winner, Raja.
They’re sharing their message for young queers and thoughts on the community’s progress, while showcasing their personal Crocs style.
“Personally, I am most proud of coming out and talking about being non-binary on RuPaul’s Drag Race UK with my good friend Bimini Bon Boulash,” Ginny says. “This was the first time in British TV history that two non-binary people have spoken about their feelings, experiences and shared their coming out stories.”
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Raja says: “I can showcase who I am, who I am proud to be, and how comfortable I am in who I am today. To see the rainbow flags, the trans flag just makes everything so much brighter and colorful and it just allows me to feel more proud.”
Crocs say: “To honor Pride, we’ve donated to GLAAD, the leading media advocacy organization working to accelerate LGBTQ acceptance. Together, we can create a world where every person can love as they are.”