Aimé Leon Dore recently took to Paris Fashion Week to unveil its Fall/Winter 2017 collection, and now the brand offers a sneak peek into its showroom to preview the goods. They're highlighted by an apparel range made with premium fabrics sourced from Italy, England, Japan, Canada and the United States, all cut and sewn at the brand's NYC home base. In addition to outerwear, shirting, knitwear, trousers and headwear, the collection includes ALD's Uniform Program, constructed in Canada using seasonal fabrics like 16 oz French terry, polar fleece, waffle thermals and more. Rounding out the seasonal offerings are a collaboration with New Era on assorted 59FIFTY fitted styles, along with a new footwear collection, highlighted by a new Q27 silhouette constructed from suede, nubuck and benisa leathers, atop a crepe sole. Check out preview images in the gallery below.
Expect pieces built with premium fabrics cut and sewn in New York City