Bruce Kilgore’s design adds another tally to the latter category, as it assumes a “Red Plum/Light Arctic Pink/Wild Violet/White” palette informed by the the enduring spirit of Mexican women and is potentially part of a larger collection set to commemorate International Women’s Day on March 8th. At a glance, the forthcoming pair’s colorway is reminiscent of the Air Jordan 1 Mid that launched for Día de Muertos, but closer inspection reveals different design inspiration. “Red Plum” sets the stage for “Light Arctic Pink,” “Wild Violet” and maize-like panels and accents from forefoot to heel. And while eye-catching, both bases and overlays are arguably overshadowed by the graphics and shapes imprinted throughout the upper. Depicted in a glyph style, flora and animals nod to the fight and resilience women have displayed in Mexico throughout the country’s history, from Pre-Columbian times to the modern-day. Underfoot, a two-tone sole unit rounds out the shoe’s look, with outsoles boasting a bold plum hue.