Extending on the color theme present in the brand’s initial FW18 drop, Aimé Leon Dore arrives with one last delivery from the collection that features a standout set alongside Woolrich.
ALD sourced out across the globe to craft up this fly gear, with the Woolrich pieces coming by way of Italy and the rest of the collection cut and sewn in Canada. The ’60s mod steez on the sweaters (seen above) mixes in well with the other offerings from the set, including rugby shirts, hoodies, French Terry cargo sweats, and even outwear in the form of colorful down anoraks and innovative short-sleeve down jackets. Season after season Teddy Santis does his thing, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds for this brand if they keep up that same fresh momentum as we move into a new year of fashion.
The final Aimé Leon Dore Fall/Winter 2018 Collection, which includes the Woolrich collab, is available right now online, at the brand’s Concept Shop on 179 Mott St in the Soho area of Manhattan and through select retailers worldwide. See the lookbook, starring twins Khorey and Torey who have modeled almost every collection so far, and product shots below: