Lookbook: Aimé Leon Dore F/W 16 Menswear Collection

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New York-based menswear label, Aimé Leon Dore releases their Fall/Winter 2016 collection, after debuting in Paris this past January during Men’s Fashion Week. The lookbook was photographed in Queensbridge, New York, a few blocks from where the brand calls home. The collection was highly inspired by Queens and the neighborhoods that have given the borough its history and culture.

The 37-piece collection was cut and sewn in both New York and Canada, using some of the finest fabrics from around the world. There’s knits, full-zip hoodies, double breasted jackets, coach jackets, sherpa bombers, windbreakers, top coats (one of our personal favorites), and pleated trousers in mostly neutral hues with some pop of color.

The collection is available now via Aimé Leon Dore’s online store, as well as at Dover Street Market in New York, Notre Shop, both of Kith‘s locations, and other select stockists worldwide.

In addition, designer Teddy Santis is also releasing the latest ALD Uniform program. Produced in Canada and constructed with 28oz 500 GSM French Terry, the line includes staples like hoodies and crewnecks with gold embroidery, long sleeve waffle pocket thermals, and camper pants.






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