For Spring/Summer 2016, Aimé Leon Dore looks to 1980s Jamaica, and specifically Reggae photographer and writer Beth Lesser who closely documented the rise of Jamaican culture during that time period, Jonathan Sawyer reports for High Snobiety. The range is aptly titled “Kingston, 1983,” as it features 36 pieces made from light fabrics such as cotton, linen and fleece, showcased in understated colors.
Presented are trench coats, throw-overs, linen T-shirts and tank tops, polos, a cotton knit cardigan, short sleeve mandarins, linen pants, shorts, hoodies and crewnecks, a long bomber and a coach jacket.
You can shop Aimé Leon Dore’s SS16 delivery today online.
Aimé Leon Dore also recently released a new capsule collection in celebration of their two-year anniversary.