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NYC menswear label Aimé Leon Dore is back for the Fall/Winter 2016 season. The label’s 37-piece collection of cozy, low-key basics has been fully cut and sewn in the Big Apple, utilizing both Japanese and Canadian fabrics. There’s Sherpa-collared blousons, double-breasted blazers, top coats, mandarin-collar shirts and, pick of the bunch, a series of cozy track jackets. No doubt these pieces have been designed with the demands of New York’s freezing winters firmly in mind.

Those pieces are all styled alongside Aimé Leon Dore’s self-styled “Uniform” program, which is a lineup of sweats crafted from extra-heavy made-in-Canada 500GSM french terry fleece, complete with golden embroidered branding.

Nothing revolutionary, but it’s a solid example of the sort of commercially-minded business savvy that so many American menswear labels excel at. The collection is available now via Aimé Leon Dore’s web shop, and will hit a select few retailers worldwide, too.

Words by Alec Leach
Digital Fashion Editor

Alec Leach grew up in Brighton, England, but now lives in Berlin, where he leads Highsnobiety's digital fashion content.

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