Another round of Denim Tears, Stüssy, and Our Legacy? Don't mind if I do.

On August 20, Kerwin Frost, the man behind the Yeti adidas, took to Instagram to get off his latest 'fit: a Denim Tears x Stüssy x Our Legacy white denim jacket and jeans set.

The rumored Denim Tears x Stüssy x Our Legacy set in question boasts an ample amount of graphic prints and patchwork details, which undoubtedly exude the essence of all three partners.

Looking to Frost's 'fit pic up top, Stüssy's famed curly script manifests as an allover print that spells out each brand's hometowns.

The Stockholm shoutout reps for Our Legacy, who's based in the Swedish capital city. Jamaica, Queens depicts where Denim Tears' founder Tremaine Emory was raised. And, of course, Los Angeles speaks for the Cali surfer-turned-streetwear brand Stüssy.

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Ah, and there goes the Denim Tears' beloved Cotton Wreath again. As seen in its Rhinestone Levi's collection, the label's recurring motif materializes as a fuzzy chenille embroidered patch.

A Pan-African flag-inspired patch also joins the stitched designs, nodding to another key theme in Denim Tears' brand narrative. Remember the Chuck Taylors?

It is no surprise that Levi's beloved denim became a canvas for Denim Tears, Stüssy, and Our Legacy's scribblings and embroidery.

After all, Emory's label and Levi's have been in cahoots for quite some time now, recently (and rightfully) taking back the Fourth of July with Cactus Plant Flea Market.

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This wouldn't be the first time Denim Tears, Stüssy, and Our Legacy dapped up for a collaborative linkup.

The three assembled in 2021 for a collection, including tees and a $550 varsity jacket that is still going for $1,000+ on the after-market as we speak.

Following in the footsteps of the 2021 collab, the three have been seeding out the forthcoming Denim Tears x Stüssy x Our Legacy set, which is already piquing the interest of streetwear heads.

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With graphic denim this clean, I'm sure the Denim Tears x Stüssy x Our Legacy drop will be another hit during its alleged Fall 2022 release.

Fall 2022? What happened to no white after Labor Day?

Indeed, the outdated fashion principle is still followed by a few. But, I think we can make an exception for Denim Tears, Stüssy, and Our Legacy, whose forthcoming drip is too cool for rules.

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