Digging through the archive, Aimé Leon Dore x Woolrich find a connection to the great outdoors through fishing.
Over at Woolrich HQ in Pennsylvania, there’re a lot of lakes and rivers. So many in fact, that when the brand was founded in 1830, they initially manufactured fabric and workwear for hunters, loggers, trappers and fishermen. Woolrich’s origin is practical.
When Aimé Leon Dore got in contact for a collab, they dug through Woolrich’s original archives, which were full of catalogues focusing on fly fishing. These represented an intrinsic and close-to-home aspect of Americana that united the two brands.
The result is a Spring/Summer collection full of wading jackets, utility vests, shirts, sweaters, custom-print fleeces, convertible bottoms and a range of accessories, all built around the functionalism of fishing clobber.
Head to Aimé Leon Dore’ site for the collection.