AMI Spotlights Refined Basics in Pre-Fall 2018 Lookbook

Sophisticated styles with sportswear influences.

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Parisian designer Alexandre Mattiussi of AMI is purveying a generous batch of essentials in his Pre-Fall 2018 collection. The cold season range is comprised of sophisticated outerwear, knitwear, shirting and accessories. Key items from the lineup include grained leather bombers, utility jackets, plaid long-coats, embroidered crewnecks, wide-legged cargo pants and denim bucket hats.

Peruse the looks above and visit AMI’s official website to learn more about the collection. The brand unveiled a colorful Fall/Winter 2017 collection back in October.

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