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In GTA Online‘s Cayo Perico heist update, players can purchase the digital equivalent of real-world fashion brands in Los Santos. Misbhv is one of the featured fashion brands and centers around “Y2K-minded sportswear” sensibilities. The other label, Civilist, is a Berlin skate-wear brand with more subdued designs.
In a blog post, Rockstar states that it was connected to the two brands through Keinemusik, the three real-life DJs who cameo in-game as The Music Locker’s DJs. The Music Locker is GTA Online’s underground club, created to give a virtual counterpart of what being at the club feels like. “The developers want the virtual club to be a venue to support music and a safe space for GTA players to party and have fun,” according to Rockstar Games founder Sam Houser in an interview with W Magazine.
More on Misbhv: It’s a Polish brand and the label’s in-game products include a bright tie-dyed shirt and cargo pants. In real-life, you might also have seen various celebrities wearing Misbhv’s trendy bodysuit, including Jordyn Woods, the Clermont Twins, and Rosalia. (Athleisure isn’t dead yet, it seems.)