New York’s own Aimé Leon Dore will pay homage to its past and share the story of the label’s current and future influences with a special concept shop and photo exhibit dubbed “Class Of…” Throughout the space, visitors will be surrounded by elements that reflect growing up in New York City’s beautiful grittiness thanks to photos taken by NYC-based photographer Andrew Jacobs. The space’s 24’ x 30’ imagery incorporates nostalgic pieces such as the iconic Air Force 1, quarter waters, legendary Air Jordan 1, classic cassette tapes and much more.
Exclusive apparel and footwear finish off the “Class Of…” concept shop via basketball graphic hoodies, crewneck sweaters and T-shirts, wool-blocked track jackets, moleskin pants, high quality logo windbreakers, and basketball-inspired satin jackets with Aimé branding. In addition, you’ll also find special T-shirts which will host photos from the show.
Aimé Leon Dore’s “Class Of…” concept shop and photo exhibit will officially open its doors on November 11 and will conclude on December 23.
Check out imagery from the space and products above and let us know your thoughts. Also, stay tuned for our exclusive interview with Aimé Leon Dore’s Teddy Santis coming soon.
Aimé Leon Dore “Class Of…” Concept Shop & Photo Exhibit
179 Mott St.
New York, NY 10012