New York-based label Aimé Leon Dore just released another Spring/Summer 2018 lookbook, this time starring Stephanie Cam. Shot by Andrew Jacobs and styled by Julia Salazar, the range features the brand’s signature graphic T-shirts, sweatshirts and hoodies. Cam also models a number of this season’s shirts, including the tie-dye pastel Leisure Shirt and the olive Jungle Jacket. Other pieces include stellar accessories such as a matching tie-dye pastel bucket hat and cap, in addition to the logo reverse fleece sweatshirt.

Founded by Teddy Santis in 2014, the brand is known for its high-end and premium streetwear-inspired apparel. For its Spring/Summer 2018 collection, Aimé Leon Dore continues to take inspiration from Santis’s experience growing up in Queens, New York. With nostalgic references and timeless silhouettes mixing luxury with street, Aimé Leon Dore was intended to be a menswear brand—but one that has been adopted by women everywhere. And it makes sense—we look just as good as the boys rocking these pieces.

This isn’t the first time the brand has enlisted a female to model its pieces. Last season, Aimé Leon Dore tapped actress and screenwriter Coco Baudelle to be its muse. The brand also unveiled a revamped brick-and-mortar location in New York City. Reflecting its minimal aesthetic, the shop is an airy break from the busy city. Pay a visit at 179 Mott. St.