1. Prix Workshop
Prix Workshop is a streetwear brand founded by Esther Ng, a young designer based in New Zealand. Following a recent interview, the founder stated that while Prix Workshop is based Down Under, 90 per cent of the brand’s customers are based outside of the country.
Prix Workshop’s women’s streetwear collection oozes of sexuality, and it is packed with summer essentials such as biker shorts or bikini tops. The label also holds unisex pieces including cargo pants and tactical vests.
And if you care about the Kardashian-Jenner family’s stamp of approval, Prix Workshop’s pieces have been worn by Kylie, Khloe, and Kendall.
Coming from Poland, Misbhv (pronounced “misbehave”) is a streetwear brand that caters solely to women. Natalia Maczek, the founder of Misbhv, started her label at only 19 years old, catering to the Polish market only.
Soon after, Natalia’s unique streetwear styles started doing the rounds outside those circles, and Misbhv quickly garnered a global fanbase. Right now, Misbhv is a notable player in the women’s streetwear game thanks to collaborations with Rihanna and Farfetch.
A creation of Virgil Abloh, arguably one of the most well-known names in streetwear right now, Off-White is a streetwear label with a luxury touch. Since Virgil has become the Head of menswear at Louis Vuitton, his label has reached global recognition and cult-like status.
With Jimmy Choo, Nike, Converse, Levi’s, Heron Preston, and Rimowa collaborations, Virgil’s pieces are instant s