Crocs collaborated with artist Feng Chen Wang to reimagine two of the brand’s most popular models, the Siren and Echo clogs. The surprising collection, which debuted on Wang’s website on September 1 and is currently available exclusively on the Crocs app. It draws inspiration from Wang’s love of subversive and innovative silhouettes by making her Crocs transformable.
The Echo clog has been updated with removable ankle cuffs that alter the footwear style into a short stacked boot. The grungy and futuristic design also includes detachable cuffs that transform the heeled clog into a knee-length, biker-style boot.
Each style is sleek and stylish in black, with high-shine metallic silver embellishments and adjustable supple leather straps that mimic design patterns seen in the work of the Chinese-born, London-based designer.
- Advertisement -
Feng Chen Wang earned an MA in Fashion Menswear at the Royal College of Art
Feng Chen Wang is a fashion industry innovator. The designer earned an MA in Fashion Menswear at the Royal College of Art in London in 2015. Wang describes the aesthetic of her company as “future-modern, authentic, and multidimensional.” Wang had previously partnered with Converse to rethink their Chuck 70 model, also in a multi-wear way, in addition to her work with Crocs.
This year, Crocs has produced a bevy of various styles which include whimsical and inventive designs
Crocs has released a slew of distinctive silhouettes this year, many of which include whimsical and innovative designs. Broadening its footwear horizons in the process. Crocs has licensed its famous clog, boot, and sandal styles to a variety of franchises ranging from video game franchises to food.
In the past, the brand has dabbled in the worlds of Pop-Tarts, Crayola, Kanghyuk, and Disney. Along with Lisa Frank, Minecraft, Ron English, Pokemon, and Aries. Crocs has proven through these collaborations that its styles are incredibly adaptable. Lending themselves well to any creative concept imaginable.