Our Legacy

With All Blues and Our Legacy, it gets personal.

The two Stockholm-based brands have played a big role in shaping fashion, not just in Sweden, but globally, and now they're joining forces for a collaboration that just makes sense.

Rooted in sustainability, the range features both apparel and accessories, crafted from re-worked fabrics and recycled silver. The capsule features 40 hand-dyed pieces, and jewelry that marries Our Legacy's logo with All Blues' own moniker.

"Since our respective ethos bear loads of similarities, it felt somewhat unnecessary to over–design the pieces. The best way to symbolize our common ground ended up being our symbols," said Fredrik Nathorst from All Blues.

The apparel includes a range of unisex pieces in various sizes, and will be available exclusively at All Blues and at Our Legacy Workshop, as well as at Dover Street Market Ginza.

"We reached out to All Blues, asking them to contribute for our annual Work Shop Holiday Market. They made the most beautiful timeless jewelry in upcycled silver. In true holiday exchange of gifts–spirit, we made a small collection for them, one–off recycled Our Legacy pieces, overdyed in all blues, of course," said Our Legacy's Jockum Hallin.

This year alone, Our Legacy has racked up an impressive resume of collaborations ranging from Stüssy and Byredo, to Satisfy Running. It was only natural that jewelry would come next.

The limited-edition collection launches on December 1st, 11 a.m. CET. Don't snooze, because this one is one-of-a-kind.

As a Stockholm native, there's no greater pride than seeing two brands from your hometown create magic.

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