Founded on the ethos of making real clothes for real girls, X-Girl gave life to the representation of young women in streetwear culture.
Created in the Summer of ’94 as a sister brand to X-Large, X-Girl was brought to life by Sonic Youth’s Kim Gordon and X-Large store girl and stylist Daisy Von Furth. An expression of their rejection of mainstream fashion culture, X-Girl was born out of a desire to make clothing that girls like them wanted to wear.
With Chloe Sevigny as their front girl and graphics designed by Mike Mills, the label was loved by everyone from collaborator Sofia Coppola to label devotee Kathleen Hanna. It’s roots cemented in the vibrant New York scene of the 90’s, X-Girl continues to echo the 90s cool girl, creating real clothes for real girls.