The punk-street aesthetic of MISBHV.
It all started with a college 19 yo girl making t-shirts to wear at night with her friends and there is no end. Polish former law student Natalia Maczek launched MISBHV as a side project and arrived at New York Fashion Week in 2016.
MISBHV has earned the deserved recognition in streetwear with its post-Soviet punk/street aesthetic designs and has remained true to that as it's grown. The brand improved the materials, investing in Italian and Portuguese leather for the pieces, showing more refined, tailored garments, but MISBHV’s raw attitude remains front and center.
If you want a taste MISBHV's power, know that Rihanna is one of its main fans, she even wore one of its leather jackets in a presentation of the ANTI era.
Following a still punk aesthetic and finding new e-girl & Gen Z references, the brand has created pieces discarding gender standards and betting on bold designs. Combat boots are stronger than ever, as we show you here, and MISBHV has a line ready for you to wear.
It’s a classic punk of the '90s with high soles and all structure in black leather, the detail is in the "M" embossed on the upper.
It has a more current design, keeping the sole high and a smooth leather structure, and it also bears the brand's logo, but in the shape of a plaque.
Totally Gen Z, the silver leather, the chunky structure and the high sole are so cyberpunk.
A more classic and gothic piece in plain leather, just to balance it out.
It was made for the Gen Z that does not leave the phone, the small bag in black & red leather has a branded metal bar detail at the top. Printed with a seasonal exclusive voyeur graphic.
And in the voyeur prints line, the brand created three statement designs: The 1997 Leather Trousers, the 1997 Leather Jacket, and the 1997 Leather Coat. Millennial or Gen Z, it's impossible to escape the hype.
If you want something brutal, MISBHV does it.
We have everything that is off limits.