New Balance’s TOKYO DESIGN STUDIO (TDS) are the creative minds behind some of New Balance‘s most experimental and innovative designs. After working on some Stone Island collaborative trainers earlier this year, New Balance TDS are back with another wild and also neutral creation.
New Balance TDS prioritise pushing the limits of traditional design, paying homage to the label’s rich heritage while taking it well into the future.
Coming in the shade of “Team Cream,” the new trainers are barely recognisable as New Balance’s classic runner. They’ve been stripped of the classic “N” logo, but retained the original trainers paneling, ENCAP bumper, and heel branding.
Many previous New Balance TDS 574 derbies were made in tonal suede and more muted tones, making this new design a fresh look which will also be easier to keep clean and colour-coordinate with many other shades.
Brown and beige-tinged trainers are something New Balance are recently making more common and I expect to see the American label further experiment with the new “Team Cream” in the near future.
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