Beginning tomorrow, New York-based label Aimé Leon Dore will be holding a special concept shop and photo exhibit on 179 Mott Street in Nolita. Titled “Class of …” the exhibit was captured by New York City photographer Andrew Jacobs using media format film. 24-inch by 30-inch prints of objects and product that are nostalgic of an era that has inspired the brand and its vision will in turn be situated throughout the space.
All in all, the installation portrays the narrative of growing up in NYC during the ’90s, while giving the viewer a look into what has inspired Aime Leon Dore and how it translates that inspiration into today’s culture and its own art and design direction.
In addition to the exhibit, Aimé Leon Dore will also be showcasing exclusive apparel and footwear designed by ALD. Items include basketball graphic hoodies, crewneck sweaters and T-shirts, wool blocked track jackets, moleskin pants, logo windbreakers, Aimé satin team jackets, “Class of..” exhibit photo tees, footwear and accessories. All of these, in addition to the photographs, will be available for purchase.
Look for the Aimé Leon Dore “Class of..” concept shop and exhibit to be open to the public beginning tomorrow and running through December 23.
Aimé Leon Dore “Class Of…”
179 Mott Street, NY
Store hours: Monday – Friday, 11 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Saturday, 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.; Sunday, 12 p.m. – 6 p.m.