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Hailing from Poland, MISBHV has cultivated an aesthetic that has reverberated globally within streetwear and high fashion communities alike. It’s also been picked up by some high-profile fans such as A$AP Rocky, Rihanna, and Kylie Jenner.

For MISBHV’s first fashion show, designers Natalia Maczek and Thomas Wirski paid tribute to their homeland and its storied history by presenting a collection that took cues from the Polish poster art, bringing elements of Warszawa 1966 into 2018 for a riveting look at what this brand is capable of.

The show was staged at the imposing Palace of Culture and Science, which set a tone for the impactful designs that followed. For their SS19 collection, MISBHV worked with Polish artist Roslaw Szaybo, whose archive of dramatic prints were applied to a range of shirts, pants and outerwear.

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“POLISH JAZZ” was a recurring text throughout the collection, being printed on silvery-white short-sleeve shirts and long shimmering dresses. Textures ranged from thick and reflective neon green patent leather to semi-transparent black coats with “WARSZAWA” printed in white and occasionally in reverse.

Some other key pieces included the oversized blazers which arrived in yellow-green, blue, and white, squared off at the shoulder, and styled with shorts for a very contemporary take on formalwear. Other pieces were more focused on nightlife with posters for Polish club events being printed on sleeveless T-shirts and tucked in to razor-blade print pants.

Take a look at the designs in the gallery above and let us know what you think of  MISBHV’s first official runway debut in the comments.

In other style news, Saint Laurent showed a steezy cowboy collection for SS19 in New York last night. 

Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor