Release Info for Salehe Bembury’s New Balance 574 Yurt and Apparel “Universal Communication” Collection
Following the release of the “Water be the Guide” this June, Salehe Bembury is all set to drop another collaboration for the upcoming Fall season with New Balance. The collaboration will see the designer’s creative touch to the New Balance 574 Yurt accompanied by a range of apparel products taking inspiration from outdoors and trail running.
The former YEEZY/Versace designer brings together components from the New Balance 574, 990v3, Test Run 3.0 and the long lost 755 to make a semi-chunky silhouette furnished with mesh underlays and shaggy suede overlays. Talking about the pair, it features a whistle on the heel to promote safety and survival. Talking about the shoe Bembury stated “You already need many different tools when venturing outdoors”, “The New Balance 574 YURT was created so that you don’t have to worry about remembering every item, because we’ve merged two into one with a whistle on the sneaker. Weaving this theme into the campaign video makes me excited to see how my audience takes this campaign at face value while introducing the 574 YURT and apparel.”
Besides the shoes, the collab will also be featuring some range of tees, hoodies, pants and caps which are fashioned with Bembury’s signature fingerprint graphics and hiking-inspired colors along with a batch of trail-ready accessories.
Releasing on October 22 exclusively via New Balance, the pair will be retailing at $150 USD each whereas the apparel will be costing in the range of $60-140 USD while the accessories will be priced at $30 USD.
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