To follow up on the “Effortless Elegance” pack that dropped back in February of this year, Casablanca and New Balance are back at it again with a fresh new range of footwear offerings. Jointly, the two parties revisit the lifestyle-ready 237 and 327 models and this time around employ a striking “Red Monogram” motif. This marks the second time that Charaf Tajer and the Boston sportswear company have worked on the 237 and the sixth occasion in which they brought a fresh 327 makeup to life.
Both options are essentially done up in identical fashion, only sporting subtle deviations by the nature of their structural features. Perforated leathers make up the base layers of each take, and are situated next to double stacked N logos that pronounce a bold red hue up front and a green tone in the background. The overlays that are positioned along the toe boxes and heels are ornamented with Moroccan tile-inspired red and green monogram patterns. Throats also have overlays, but these go for a cleaner aesthetic as they arrive with creamy suedes. Midsoles of the 237 are done up with a white backdrop and small dose of red trimming towards the heel while the 327 splits between white and off-white paneling. Common ground is once again found via the forest green outsoles.
Casablanca will be dropping both pairs on on May 21st while a global retailer release will go down on May 28th.
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