Aimé Leon Dore
by Stephen Garner
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New York City-based contemporary fashion and streetwear brand Aimé Leon Dore has unveiled a special concept shop and photo exhibit on 179 Mott Street in Manhattan’s Nolita neighborhood.

The minimalist exhibit titled “Class of …”, will set forth an ambiance that compliments the narrative of growing up in NYC in the 90s and will give the consumer a look into what has inspired the brand and how it translates that inspiration into today’s culture and its own art and design direction.

The exhibit, shot by NYC photographer Andrew Jacobs using medium format film, will feature 24”x 30″ prints of objects and product that are nostalgic of an era that has inspired the brand and its vision.

Exclusive apparel and footwear designed by Aimé Leon Dore, including basketball graphic hoodies, crew neck sweaters and t-shirts, wool blocked track jackets, moleskin pants, logo windbreakers, Aimé satin team jackets, “Class of..” exhibit photo t-shirts, footwear and accessories will be showcased and available for sale along with all exhibit imagery. The concept shop and exhibit will be open throughout December featuring special activations along with apparel and footwear weekly releases.

The Aimé Leon Dore pop-up exhibit is now open and will remain open until December 23.