Aimé Leon Dore and KITH have come together to produce their first collaborative collection. Inspired heavily by Muhammad Ali and other fighters of his respective era, a boxing theme is carried on throughout the collection. Key apparel silhouettes were selected from each brand, and then redesigned in collaboration to deliver a look synonymous with both brands. Aimé’s Astoria Robe has been updated, featuring a two-button front placket, while the Hillside Crew features subtle reverse terry branding on the chest. The Hollis Hoody reimagines KITH’s Frayed Hoody by adding a waffle-thermal lining to the 380 gsm cotton french terry body, while the tailored cotton rib Roosevelt Pant also receives a waffle-lined treatment. Rounding out the collection is a simple yet classic beanie. Each garment is offered in both black and oxblood colorways. The full 10-piece collection will be available exclusively online and at the KITH Manhattan store located at 644 Broadway, New York, NY beginning January 9.

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