AMI Releases First Drop of Spring/Summer 2018 Collection

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Having linked up with Eastpak earlier this year, Alexandre Mattiussi‘s AMI has now released its first drop of Spring/Summer 2018 clothing. The collection is what you’d expect from the French label, creating a selection of wearable and upgraded basics — ranging from overcoats to leather jackets down to denim in the form of jackets and jeans — alongside casual suiting.

The other main addition to the collection is footwear, with the brand hopping on the chunky dad shoe trend with their own take on the oversized silhouette. And, if that shoe is too far, there’s also the more classic sneaker as well as a pair of black oxfords.

AMI’s first drop for Spring/Summer 2018 is available now directly from the brand’s web store. The French label also recently released its Pre-Fall 2018 lookbook, which featured the brand’s signature refined basics.

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