Freedom, honesty, rawness, and sex are all elements that fuel the youthful essence and post-Soviet aesthetic of Misbhv. Led by Natalia Maczek and Thomas Wirski, the Polish brand unites elevated streetwear with avant-garde suiting to form the ultimate clubwear solutions.
MISBHV stands for gender-neutral garments and uniqueness in part for their manufacturing techniques and cultural background. Maczek named her brand after a record store she used to visit when she was eighteen, and she uses polish history and weaves it into the fabric of the garments throughout every collection. These collections often lead to references from the communist, pre-1989 era of the country‘s past. They also only use top-quality European sources for their fabrics, for example, their leather jackets are made from Italian lamb and their coats are made of Portuguese wool. In the last years, they went up to 70 plus stockists and a thriving online platform. MISBHV stands to this day for a nightlife tale of progressivism and pride with heavy leather and denim, techno-graphics, and monograms.