Warsaw-based brand, MISBHV presented Spring Summer 2019 collection in in Warsaw’s controversial Palace of Culture and Science, a gift from Stalin. Inspired by the evolution of Polish art following the conclusion of World War II, the collection combines tailoring with workwear, leather with nylon. Designers Natalia Maczek and Thomas Wirski have collaborated with Polish artist and graphic designer, Rosław Szaybo on a prints featuring an enlarged razor blade from his famous Judas Priest album, written over with the brand name. The other prints include text “Polish Jazz,” poster art from Eighties raves, as well as the brand’s monogram printed all over the garments.
Read our interview with the designers: The MISBHV Story With Thomas Wirski & Natalia Maczek
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