Louis De Guzman Officially Unveils His Second New Balance 574 Collaboration
After collaborating with BAIT and Astro Boy on a fresh exhibition and assortment of limited products, Louis De Guzman has now officially announced his second project with New Balance. The fine artist from Chicago has cooked up another adventurous New Balance 574 colorway and produced a new collaborative cut & sew apparel collection.
The 574s nod to his ongoing series In Between the Lines and come designed with a blend of suede overlays and leather paneling. Tongues, mid-foot, toe boxes, and heels appear in black, and accents of baby blue, sky blue, red, and pink sit alongside. Lateral “N” logos are fashioned with Guzman’s all-over art in tonal fashion whereas the medial side comes in white embroidered outlines of the “N” logo in a smaller fashion. In the apparel section, Guzman has offered us nylon shorts and jogging pants, as well as socks, a tee, and a hoodie.
Artist and designer, Louis De Guzman stated – “I am beyond honored to be joining New Balance in reimagining their iconic 574. This mixed media footwear piece draws inspiration from my personal color palette from my ongoing body of work entitled In Between The Lines. A representation of raising self-awareness and confidence in oneself.” He added – “Being able to apply the body of work and subject matter towards the color blocking and tooling of the 574 has been a humbling process.”
The collection is expected to drop on December 7 through Greenhouse and on December 8 in Foot Locker family stores. The shoes will retail for $85 USD while the clothing items will range from $15-70 USD.
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