To see two such out-of-time and seemingly incompatible garments as a silk girdle/cummerbund (formal, evening, dandy, way-back) and a poly-something fleece zip-jacket (normative Nineties from Lands' End to Boxfresh) sharing a rail in the same contemporary work/streetwear label’s showroom seems a curious thing. The connective tissue -the spiel- was delivered by Our Legacy cofounder Jockum Hallin : "We imagined we were on a set somewhere, or backstage. Somewhere where actors or performers are working and are wearing a mixture of their own civilian clothes and stage-clothes". That's a sweet conceit, and you could see it expressed in the mix-and-mismatch styling here. On that rail though, in its parts rather than as a particularly expressed sum of them, this was a less evasive proposition. A solid outerwear selection included cracked brown leather work-coats collared in shearling, duffles with carefully rustic jute button loops, high-hemmed silk jackets, cropped camouflaged-camouflage (black on black) shirt jackets, and down-filled parkas (off-white and khaki) in gently gleaming treated nylon. Steiff, the German teddy bear manufacturer, provided some of the trims -a cuddly detail. Pants walked the line from scuba-bonded jersey track bottoms via corduroys (hello, yellow) to parade-ground trimmed roomy-formal. Delicately applied detail made these clothes seem less so : a zip-up cream knit was coated with a lightly grubby overdye. Our Legacy does what its name implies : this was a loving curation of carefully made, canon-sourced menswear.