Aimé Leon Dore just dropped a stacked lookbook for its Fall/Winter 2017 collection.
The collection, first teased in last week's Fall/Winter 2017 campaign, will have its debut Thursday at the Aimé Leon Dore concept shop in New York City.
Aimé Leon Dore designer Teddy Santis spoke with Complex last November about opening the Mott Street concept space just days after the election. "Trump threw a wrench in our whole thing," Santis said. "Everybody woke up yesterday kind of shocked."
Setting up the space, however, gave Santis and his team hope for the future. "This is what I was telling my team the other day," he said. "Life goes on. We've got to continue going to work. We've got to continue doing what we’re doing. It definitely sucks, but we've just got to keep pushing." The concept space has since been renovated.
Pieces in the collection include a thermal-lined topcoat, waffle knit beanie, camper pant, kanga hoodie, and a mock neck dimebag tee, among other items. The lookbook collection also displays some proper fits to get off. Check it out below.
Aimé Leon Dore's Fall/Winter 2017 collection will be available in-store Aug. 31, followed by an online shop update Sept. 1.