X-Girl might not be a name that is widely recognized these days, but streetwear aficionados will tell you that this is a brand that deserves recognition. One of the first female streetwear brands, it was started back in 1993 as an offshoot of label X-Large with Kim Gordon and stylist Daisy Von Furth at the helm. They created streetwear staples just for the ladies, designing flattering garments that paired skate/street style with vintage inspirations—think Sofia Coppola and Chloe Sevigny, the latter of which who starred in its first runway show and campaign videos.
The brand was sold back in 1998 but now, almost 20 years later, the label is being resurrected with the help of Opening Ceremony. A new collaborative collection features jackets, tees, sweaters and a drawstring bag, each combining the iconic X-Girl logo with the familiar Opening Ceremony black box. If you don’t want to miss out on owning this piece of streetwear history, head over to the Opening Ceremony site now.