70's Cut in Mid Blue Crease Denim$189
Final sale. No returns or exchanges.
Our Legacy 70's Cut jean is produced from an Italian denim made with an uncommon blend of organic cotton, lyocell, and linen, and done with a high rise waistline, a boot cut leg, crease lines at the front and back, and a vintage wash to complete its 1970's vibe.
This garment is manufactured from carefully sourced denim fabric. Each garment is unique and has been finished with a special washing process to achieve the desired vintage effect. The garment shall be shaped by its wearer and naturally distress over time to finish the design process.
- 52% Organic Cotton, 29% Lyocell, 19% Linen (Italian fabric)
- Zip-fly w/ button closure
- 5-pocket styling
- Crease lines at front & back
- Reinforced back pockets
Sizing & Fit +
- Slim fit w/ room from the knee down
- Model is 5'11 and wears a size 32.
Designer Profile +
Our Legacy is a Swedish fashion brand based in Stockholm. Founded in 2005 by Jockum Hallin and Cristopher Nying, the brand started out with a line of graphic print T-shirts, and in 2007 the first full collection was released. In the same year, mutual friend Richardos Klarén joined the brand, becoming a third co-owner. With a full collection came the need for a retail space of the brand’s own, and in 2008 the first Our Legacy store was opened on Krukmakargatan in Stockholm’s Södermalm district.
Renouncing fast-paced consumerism, the first collections were characterized by pieces stripped of conspicuous detailing, with the emphasis placed instead on quality. Pieces developed within the first collections had a timeless approach and an effortless appeal. Our Legacy was originally, and in many aspects still is, more of a product-focused company than a fashion brand focusing on seasonal collections with transitory themes.
After a five-year period of building a more basic and classic line for men, the Spring/ Summer 2012 collection marked the beginning of a new, more conceptual and experimental Our Legacy, as the brand began creating collections around defined themes with a more progressive approach to design. The focus on product remained, however, with signature designs returning each season in new guises.