We know that the verb aller means to go in French. Therefore aller à + location means to go to. But here is another use of aller à + person.
How to use "aller à" + person in French
In French, the verb aller à + person can be used in the context of looking good, for example when trying on clothes, to say to suit [someone] / to fit [someone].
Note that you can use aller bien à (to suit well) or aller mal à (to suit badly/to ill-suit).
In order to say it suits me/you/him/her/us/them...
you cannot use à + stress pronoun, but rather need to use indirect object pronouns as such:
[the thing(s)] + me/te/lui/nous/vous/leur + [va/vont]
You can also use aller à + person to ask/say that [someone] is fine with [something], i.e. that something suits you:
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