Blue meets Blue is a humanitarian fashion label, founded in 2015 by Chicago entrepreneur and social researcher Shahd Alasaly. More than just a brand, Blue meets Blue has designed luxury modest fashion collections that are made by refugee artisans new to the U.S.

Rooted in this mission, we created a nurturing environment for qualified refugee artisans that enriches their lives with renewed hope and freedom, while achieving couture-level style and sophistication to the women who shop the collections.  

Our latest collection: our Refugee Support Collection, is where fashion meets compassion. In this collection these garments are not made by refugees themselves. However, a significant portion of the proceeds from every purchase goes directly to funding essential resources for refugees. We are committed to channeling these funds towards providing food baskets and home furnishings, ensuring that the basic needs of refugees are met in their pursuit of a better life.

Each item in our collection is thoughtfully designed, created with the utmost care and attention to detail. From comfortable tees to cozy sweatshirts, every piece showcases unique and inspiring artwork and slogans that advocate for the rights and well-being of refugees.

By wearing our clothing, you become an ambassador of hope, raising awareness and showing solidarity with those who have been forced to leave their homes. You play a vital role in making a tangible impact on their lives, offering support and assistance through your purchase.

Join us in making a positive change. Shop our Refugee Support Collection today and help us empower refugees, one fashion statement at a time. Together, we can provide them with the essential resources they need to rebuild their lives and create a brighter future.

Our name stands for endless freedom and connectedness, as free and connected as the blue of the ocean meeting the blue of the sky.

“She is on a boat, clutching her two-year-old son, so tight, wishing she could protect him from all he’s seen. She thinks of her war-torn country...or what remains of it. Her two-year-old cries, hungry and shivering. She is aware that she is of the lucky few who were able to secure a spot on this raft but is terrified of what lies ahead. She wonders what will become of her husband who was unable to join her on this journey but told her he would catch up to them. She never thought they would be separated like this. Choking back tears, she stares down at her son's eyes that ache from crying. His ribs have become clearly visible. She stares to the point where an endless blue sea meets an endless blue sky and wonders if that is where hope lies.”

By purchasing our clothing you are providing refugees in the United States with jobs, empowerment, and hope. We truly thank you for being a part of this.

To learn more about the refugee plight click here.