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VOGUE “URBAN” by Mbroidered

By December 28, 2014Fashion News, Sneakers

An exclusive interview with Polish streetwear brand MISBHV.

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MISBHV SS16

Just recently launched their Spring/Summer 2016 collection, we at PAUSE did a quick Q&A interview with Polish streetwear brand MISBHV about their upcoming Autumn/Winter 2016. We also discovered more into MISBHV’s gender approach, feeling towards their designs, favourite fabrics and what we can expect from the thriving brand in the future.

Let’s start out by asking, who is the MISBHV boy or girl?

Our MISBHV muse is our close friend Sita, she’s a Spanish girl who lives in Milan we met her two years ago and since then we became really good friends. When I think about our stuff I always think how she would fit in it which helps us create the collections.

Are most of the pieces from MISBHV unisex?

Most of the stuff unless the garment really needs to be separate like a wool coat because the shoulders would be too wide, unless we need to do it, we don’t separate the genders. It works very well in the Asian market because boys and girls kind of have a similar look. It’s not like Europe or the states where the boy and the girl are built very differently.

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MISBHV SS16

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MISBHV SS16

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MISBHV SS16

In terms of your demographic, where is your biggest market?

Definitely Asia, I feel like Europeans are more conservative.

What message do you want to convey to people buying MISBHV?

For me it’s not so much about a message, we just put out what we feel is cool at a certain time. I wouldn’t say there’s a huge message behind it but definitely our surroundings, where we’re from is coming out and the way we portray our boy or girl. So it’s a mix of our surroundings, where we are from and what we are feeling at the time.

What is your main direction for Autumn/Winter 2016?

Our main direction is to go more deeply into silhouettes and fabrics. As we just started with prints on t-shirts and sweatshirts. We feel like we are good and strong with heavy garments, shearling & wool, oversized garments – that’s what we want to show to people. We go towards more of an oversized silhouette then we develop from that.

It’s also about that we are growing, we feel it is extremely important to build a world that you can live in. We want to be sure that we can build a world that reflects us as designers and as a brand.

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MISBHV AW16 Collection

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (5)

MISBHV AW16 Collection

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (2)

MISBHV AW16 Collection

Have you named this collection?

It’s not really named yet but it revolves around something connected to music, youth and rebellion in a way.

What was your inspiration behind it?

Our inspiration is our life, our background! That has always been the main inspiration. What we try to do now is try to develop on the previous season, we tried to pick up the best selling items and try to rework on them and bring better fabrics, silhouettes, ideas – something that is eye-catching. Like we did choosing the colour orange for AW16.

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (1)

MISBHV AW16

 

What has been the most popular item in previous collections?

Definitely the jean jackets that we’ve been doing for a few seasons now which have been selling very well as well as the oversized long coats. This season (AW16) we introduced them in new fabrics. We’ve added more studs, it’s not just print, we did more colouring, more wash, more distressing.1

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What are some of your favourite fabrics that you used for AW16?

Something quite exciting for us is that it was the first time that we worked with goat leather skin for Autumn/Winter 2016. It was pretty exciting, we made jackets cut from different pieces of leather and sewed them together.

So what can we expect from you this year? In the future?

I think it’s all about creating our own world and we learn how to do it by the graphic designers we use, the silhouettes we use and the materials we use. In the future we may do shoes or fashion films. We will continue to go in our own path and create our own world through each season. Our goal is to express ourselves in different ways, that’s our goal for the future.

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (6)

@YourBoyTom In MISBHV AW16 Fur Coat


An exclusive interview with Polish streetwear brand MISBHV.

misbhv-ss16-lookbook-01

MISBHV SS16

Just recently launched their Spring/Summer 2016 collection, we at PAUSE did a quick Q&A interview with Polish streetwear brand MISBHV about their upcoming Autumn/Winter 2016. We also discovered more into MISBHV’s gender approach, feeling towards their designs, favourite fabrics and what we can expect from the thriving brand in the future.

Let’s start out by asking, who is the MISBHV boy or girl?

Our MISBHV muse is our close friend Sita, she’s a Spanish girl who lives in Milan we met her two years ago and since then we became really good friends. When I think about our stuff I always think how she would fit in it which helps us create the collections.

Are most of the pieces from MISBHV unisex?

Most of the stuff unless the garment really needs to be separate like a wool coat because the shoulders would be too wide, unless we need to do it, we don’t separate the genders. It works very well in the Asian market because boys and girls kind of have a similar look. It’s not like Europe or the states where the boy and the girl are built very differently.

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MISBHV SS16

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MISBHV SS16

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MISBHV SS16

In terms of your demographic, where is your biggest market?

Definitely Asia, I feel like Europeans are more conservative.

What message do you want to convey to people buying MISBHV?

For me it’s not so much about a message, we just put out what we feel is cool at a certain time. I wouldn’t say there’s a huge message behind it but definitely our surroundings, where we’re from is coming out and the way we portray our boy or girl. So it’s a mix of our surroundings, where we are from and what we are feeling at the time.

What is your main direction for Autumn/Winter 2016?

Our main direction is to go more deeply into silhouettes and fabrics. As we just started with prints on t-shirts and sweatshirts. We feel like we are good and strong with heavy garments, shearling & wool, oversized garments – that’s what we want to show to people. We go towards more of an oversized silhouette then we develop from that.

It’s also about that we are growing, we feel it is extremely important to build a world that you can live in. We want to be sure that we can build a world that reflects us as designers and as a brand.

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MISBHV AW16 Collection

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (5)

MISBHV AW16 Collection

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (2)

MISBHV AW16 Collection

Have you named this collection?

It’s not really named yet but it revolves around something connected to music, youth and rebellion in a way.

What was your inspiration behind it?

Our inspiration is our life, our background! That has always been the main inspiration. What we try to do now is try to develop on the previous season, we tried to pick up the best selling items and try to rework on them and bring better fabrics, silhouettes, ideas – something that is eye-catching. Like we did choosing the colour orange for AW16.

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (1)

MISBHV AW16

 

What has been the most popular item in previous collections?

Definitely the jean jackets that we’ve been doing for a few seasons now which have been selling very well as well as the oversized long coats. This season (AW16) we introduced them in new fabrics. We’ve added more studs, it’s not just print, we did more colouring, more wash, more distressing.1

tumblr_nrgz7u3kMq1qfvouao1_500

What are some of your favourite fabrics that you used for AW16?

Something quite exciting for us is that it was the first time that we worked with goat leather skin for Autumn/Winter 2016. It was pretty exciting, we made jackets cut from different pieces of leather and sewed them together.

So what can we expect from you this year? In the future?

I think it’s all about creating our own world and we learn how to do it by the graphic designers we use, the silhouettes we use and the materials we use. In the future we may do shoes or fashion films. We will continue to go in our own path and create our own world through each season. Our goal is to express ourselves in different ways, that’s our goal for the future.

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (6)

@YourBoyTom In MISBHV AW16 Fur Coat


What is the main direction for Autumn/Winter 2016?

Our main direction is go more deeply into silhouettes, into fabrics. We just started with prints on t-shirts, sweatshirts. We feel like we are good and strong with heavy garments, with wool, and that’s what we want to show to people. We go to more oversized silhouettes.

I think it’s also about going into our own world, the sort of world we can live in as designers, as a brand.

What message do you want to give out to people buying your garments?

For me it’s not so much about a message, we just put out what we feel is cool at the time. I wouldn’t say there’s a huge message behind it but definitely our surroundings, where we’re from is coming out.

Have you named this collection?

It’s not really named yet but it revolves around something connected to music and youth.

What are some of your favourite fabrics that you used in this collection?

Something quite exciting for us is that it was the first time that we worked with goat leather skin.

?????

So when you guys see a piece, do you always think what can we do to make this different?

I always have hundreds of ideas, but there’s not enough people to develop these ideas. So I’m like we need to develop the best idea and then we’ll see how it goes.

Where is the inspiration from for this collection?

The inspiration is our life, our background and that was the main inspiration. What we do now is try to develop the previous season, we tried to pick the best selling items, try to work on that and bring better fabrics, better silhouettes, better ideas that are eye-catching. We worked with an orange colour.

Why did you choose orange?

We chose orange because the graphics on our stuff looks really strong, and it shows emotion. When I think of orange I think of Guantanamo and prison.

What is the most popular item right now?

I think it’s a t-shirt that we call Monteray. The inspiration for that was our trip to Tokyo and we dug very deeply into vintage stuff, it was the best vintage stuff and the vibe was very similar. This season we added more studs, it’s not just print, we did more colouring, more wash, more distressing.

What made you guys want to go into fur?

It was actually the temperature in Poland, you need some seriously heavy garments to warm you up in Poland. We didn’t want to work with real fur so we went to the South of France and met with these guys who do this amazing fake fur and we also made the shearling coat which is a very traditional Polish coat.

In terms of previous collections, what has been the best-selling item for you guys?

Definitely the jean jackets that we’ve been doing for a few seasons now as well as the oversized long coats. This season we introduced them in new fabrics.

In terms of your demographic, is it more the Asian market?

Yeah.

Why do you think that is?

I feel like Europe is more conservative and that’s the reason.

So what can we expect in the future from you guys?

I think it’s all about creating our own world and we learn how to do it by the graphic designers we use, by the silhouettes we use, the materials we use. Our goal is to express ourselves in different ways.

 

Part 2

…because we chose to show during mens fashion week to get more attention, it seemed to be easier and I really love girls to be wearing boys stuff and you don’t need separate stuff.

So it’s all unisex?

Most of the stuff unless the garment really needs to be separate like a wool coat because the shoulders would be too wide, unless we need to do it we don’t separate.

It also works very well in the Asian market because boys and girls kind of have a similar look. It’s not like Europe or the states where the boy and the girl are built very differently.

Who is the MISBHV boy and girl?

Our favourite MISBHV girl for right now is our close friend Sita ????? She’s a Spanish girl and she now lives in Milan , we met her two years ago and since then we became really close friends. First of all she’s our friend and second she’s our muse. When I think about our stuff I always think how she would fit in it.

I think the guy is still in the making. There’s a lot of references to pop culture and to music, a European guy from a big city.

An exclusive interview with Polish streetwear brand MISBHV.

misbhv-ss16-lookbook-01

MISBHV SS16

Just recently launched their Spring/Summer 2016 collection, we at PAUSE did a quick Q&A interview with Polish streetwear brand MISBHV about their upcoming Autumn/Winter 2016. We also discovered more into MISBHV’s gender approach, feeling towards their designs, favourite fabrics and what we can expect from the thriving brand in the future.

Let’s start out by asking, who is the MISBHV boy or girl?

Our MISBHV muse is our close friend Sita, she’s a Spanish girl who lives in Milan we met her two years ago and since then we became really good friends. When I think about our stuff I always think how she would fit in it which helps us create the collections.

Are most of the pieces from MISBHV unisex?

Most of the stuff unless the garment really needs to be separate like a wool coat because the shoulders would be too wide, unless we need to do it, we don’t separate the genders. It works very well in the Asian market because boys and girls kind of have a similar look. It’s not like Europe or the states where the boy and the girl are built very differently.

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MISBHV SS16

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MISBHV SS16

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MISBHV SS16

In terms of your demographic, where is your biggest market?

Definitely Asia, I feel like Europeans are more conservative.

What message do you want to convey to people buying MISBHV?

For me it’s not so much about a message, we just put out what we feel is cool at a certain time. I wouldn’t say there’s a huge message behind it but definitely our surroundings, where we’re from is coming out and the way we portray our boy or girl. So it’s a mix of our surroundings, where we are from and what we are feeling at the time.

What is your main direction for Autumn/Winter 2016?

Our main direction is to go more deeply into silhouettes and fabrics. As we just started with prints on t-shirts and sweatshirts. We feel like we are good and strong with heavy garments, shearling & wool, oversized garments – that’s what we want to show to people. We go towards more of an oversized silhouette then we develop from that.

It’s also about that we are growing, we feel it is extremely important to build a world that you can live in. We want to be sure that we can build a world that reflects us as designers and as a brand.

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MISBHV AW16 Collection

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (5)

MISBHV AW16 Collection

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (2)

MISBHV AW16 Collection

Have you named this collection?

It’s not really named yet but it revolves around something connected to music, youth and rebellion in a way.

What was your inspiration behind it?

Our inspiration is our life, our background! That has always been the main inspiration. What we try to do now is try to develop on the previous season, we tried to pick up the best selling items and try to rework on them and bring better fabrics, silhouettes, ideas – something that is eye-catching. Like we did choosing the colour orange for AW16.

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (1)

MISBHV AW16

 

What has been the most popular item in previous collections?

Definitely the jean jackets that we’ve been doing for a few seasons now which have been selling very well as well as the oversized long coats. This season (AW16) we introduced them in new fabrics. We’ve added more studs, it’s not just print, we did more colouring, more wash, more distressing.1

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What are some of your favourite fabrics that you used for AW16?

Something quite exciting for us is that it was the first time that we worked with goat leather skin for Autumn/Winter 2016. It was pretty exciting, we made jackets cut from different pieces of leather and sewed them together.

So what can we expect from you this year? In the future?

I think it’s all about creating our own world and we learn how to do it by the graphic designers we use, the silhouettes we use and the materials we use. In the future we may do shoes or fashion films. We will continue to go in our own path and create our own world through each season. Our goal is to express ourselves in different ways, that’s our goal for the future.

MISBHV AW16 SHOWROOM PARIS FASHION WEEK (6)

@YourBoyTom In MISBHV AW16 Fur Coat


What is the main direction for Autumn/Winter 2016?

Our main direction is go more deeply into silhouettes, into fabrics. We just started with prints on t-shirts, sweatshirts. We feel like we are good and strong with heavy garments, with wool, and that’s what we want to show to people. We go to more oversized silhouettes.

I think it’s also about going into our own world, the sort of world we can live in as designers, as a brand.

What message do you want to give out to people buying your garments?

For me it’s not so much about a message, we just put out what we feel is cool at the time. I wouldn’t say there’s a huge message behind it but definitely our surroundings, where we’re from is coming out.

Have you named this collection?

It’s not really named yet but it revolves around something connected to music and youth.

What are some of your favourite fabrics that you used in this collection?

Something quite exciting for us is that it was the first time that we worked with goat leather skin.

?????

So when you guys see a piece, do you always think what can we do to make this different?

I always have hundreds of ideas, but there’s not enough people to develop these ideas. So I’m like we need to develop the best idea and then we’ll see how it goes.

Where is the inspiration from for this collection?

The inspiration is our life, our background and that was the main inspiration. What we do now is try to develop the previous season, we tried to pick the best selling items, try to work on that and bring better fabrics, better silhouettes, better ideas that are eye-catching. We worked with an orange colour.

Why did you choose orange?

We chose orange because the graphics on our stuff looks really strong, and it shows emotion. When I think of orange I think of Guantanamo and prison.

What is the most popular item right now?

I think it’s a t-shirt that we call Monteray. The inspiration for that was our trip to Tokyo and we dug very deeply into vintage stuff, it was the best vintage stuff and the vibe was very similar. This season we added more studs, it’s not just print, we did more colouring, more wash, more distressing.

What made you guys want to go into fur?

It was actually the temperature in Poland, you need some seriously heavy garments to warm you up in Poland. We didn’t want to work with real fur so we went to the South of France and met with these guys who do this amazing fake fur and we also made the shearling coat which is a very traditional Polish coat.

In terms of previous collections, what has been the best-selling item for you guys?

Definitely the jean jackets that we’ve been doing for a few seasons now as well as the oversized long coats. This season we introduced them in new fabrics.

In terms of your demographic, is it more the Asian market?

Yeah.

Why do you think that is?

I feel like Europe is more conservative and that’s the reason.

So what can we expect in the future from you guys?

I think it’s all about creating our own world and we learn how to do it by the graphic designers we use, by the silhouettes we use, the materials we use. Our goal is to express ourselves in different ways.

 

Part 2

…because we chose to show during mens fashion week to get more attention, it seemed to be easier and I really love girls to be wearing boys stuff and you don’t need separate stuff.

So it’s all unisex?

Most of the stuff unless the garment really needs to be separate like a wool coat because the shoulders would be too wide, unless we need to do it we don’t separate.

It also works very well in the Asian market because boys and girls kind of have a similar look. It’s not like Europe or the states where the boy and the girl are built very differently.

Who is the MISBHV boy and girl?

Our favourite MISBHV girl for right now is our close friend Sita ????? She’s a Spanish girl and she now lives in Milan , we met her two years ago and since then we became really close friends. First of all she’s our friend and second she’s our muse. When I think about our stuff I always think how she would fit in it.

I think the guy is still in the making. There’s a lot of references to pop culture and to music, a European guy from a big city.

If Vogue went Street.

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Fashion illustration has become bigger than ever this year. Creative minds have used their talents to recreate all the things we love to see in their own art formed style. Illustrators have the ability to create anything and portray a vision through their own work of art.

Today, fashion illustrator Federico Maccapani also known as Mbroidered visioned his very own Vogue edition apart of Condé Nast publications. He drew a sneaker inspired magazine called VOGUE “URBAN” featuring Top sneaker brands like Saint Laurent Paris, Givenchy & Buscemi.

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We at PAUSE love the idea and would love to see it come to life. As he designed three cover versions, we want to know which one do you like most? Let us know your thoughts by tweeting @PAUSE_Online, commenting & voting below:

Which cover version of VOGUE "URBAN" do you like most?

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