Justin Bieber and Crocs announce launch of design collaboration

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Justin Bieber and the footwear brand Crocs are teaming up.

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On Wednesday, the singer and the company announced their design collaboration inspired by the Grammy-winner's clothing brand, drew house's signature yellow color.

The partnership will feature the Classic Croc with eight custom Jibbitz™ charms designed to match Bieber's vibes and laid-back style.

"As an artist, it's important that my creations stay true to myself and my style. I wear Crocs all the time, so designing my own pair came naturally," Bieber said in a press release. "With these Crocs, I just focused on making something cool that I want to wear."

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Crocs promoted the new designs on social media writing, "It’s true, we linked up with @justinbieber to create #JBxCrocs with @drewhouse. We’ve been a longtime fan of his and we’re excited to bring the magic to all of you on 10.13."

"Croctober is a monumental time of year for Crocs fans, so it made sense to up the ante by collaborating with an authentic fan – and one of the world's biggest superstars – Justin Bieber," said Heidi Cooley, Head of Global Marketing for Crocs. "Having a creative of Justin's caliber wearing Crocs shoes is of the highest compliments, and definitely hasn't gone unnoticed. But it's his belief in being true to yourself, a value we share, that makes this special partnership so authentic and exciting."

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This limited-edition collaboration will drop globally on Tuesday, Oct. 13 for $59.99 across select Crocs and partner e-commerce channels.

The Crocs X Justin Bieber with drew Classic Clog will also be sold at select Crocs retail stores in China and South Korea, as well as on www.thehouseofdrew.com.

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