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Aimé Leon Dore

WHAT IS AIMÉ LEON DORE?

Aimé Leon Dore is a clothing and lifestyle brand founded in 2014 in Queens, New York. It was founded by Teddy Santis, a Greek-American designer who draws inspiration from his heritage and upbringing in New York.

Despite its success, Aimé Leon Dore has remained relatively small and focused, with a strong emphasis on quality and attention to detail. The brand has continued to release seasonal collections of clothing, as well as branching out into home goods and accessories.

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WHERE CAN I BUY AIMÉ LEON DORE CLOTHING?

Aimé Leon Dore clothing can be purchased online through their official website, as well as through various authorized retailers around the world.

WHAT IS THE STYLE OF AIMÉ LEON DORE?

Aimé Leon Dore’s style is often described as a mix of classic menswear and streetwear, urban preppy, with a focus on high-quality materials and attention to detail.

HOW MUCH DOES AIMÉ LEON DORE CLOTHING COST?

Aimé Leon Dore clothing can range from around $50 for small accessories to over $1,000 for outerwear and other premium pieces.

WHAT COLLABORATIONS HAS AIMÉ LEON DORE DONE?

Aimé Leon Dore has collaborated with a number of other brands and designers, including New Balance, Woolrich, and Drake‘s.

The New Balance collaboration is probably the most notable, having started in 2019 and spanning three seasonal collections so far. With each collaboration, Aimé Leon Dore has create a fresh take on classic New Balance designs, such as the 997, the 990v5, 550 and 993.

WHAT IS THE MEANING BEHIND THE AIMÉ LEON DORE NAME?

The Aimé Leon Dore name is a combination of the founder’s father’s name (Leon) and his grandfather’s name (Dore).

WHAT IS THE SIZING LIKE FOR AIMÉ LEON DORE CLOTHING?

Aimé Leon Dore’s sizing is generally true to size, but it’s always recommended to check the specific size chart for each product before making a purchase.

2014

Aimé Leon Dore is founded in Queens, New York by designer Teddy Santis.

The brand’s first collection is released, featuring a mix of classic menswear and streetwear elements.

Aimé Leon Dore gains attention for its high-quality materials and attention to detail.

2015

Aimé Leon Dore releases its second collection, which includes a range of shirts, pants, and outerwear.

The brand continues to gain a following for its unique aesthetic and focus on quality.

2016

Aimé Leon Dore collaborates with Drake’s to release a line of scarves and ties.

The brand releases its third collection, which includes a range of knitwear and accessories.

2017

Aimé Leon Dore collaborates with Woolrich to release a capsule collection of clothing.

The brand opens its first retail store in New York’s Lower East Side.

Aimé Leon Dore x Clarks

2018

Aimé Leon Dore collaborates with New Balance to release a line of footwear.

The brand releases its fifth collection, which includes a range of outerwear, accessories, and home goods.

Aimé Leon Dore x Suicoke

2019

Aimé Leon Dore releases its sixth collection, which includes a range of clothing and accessories in muted colors and classic designs.

The brand continues to expand its retail presence, opening a second store in Los Angeles.

2020

Aimé Leon Dore releases its seventh collection, which features a mix of classic menswear and sportswear influences.

The brand gains attention for its creative response to the COVID-19 pandemic, including a series of virtual events and collaborations.

2021

Aimé Leon Dore releases its eighth collection, which features a range of clothing and accessories in bold colors and prints.

The brand continues to expand its collaborations, including a partnership with Drake on a new line of clothing and accessories.

Teddy Santis is named Creative Director at New Balance.

2022

The brand received investment from LVMH

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