Married To The Mob

Married to the Mob

Married To The Mob (MTTM) is a New York-based streetwear brand that follows women’s athleisure lifestyle trends, founded by Leah McSweeney, in 2004. The brand ethos is based on and inspired by girl power, an independent attitude and female empowerment. MTTM has collaborated with the likes of KAWS, MCM, Nike, Reebok, Alife and colette.

2014

Collaboration with Peanuts by Schulz

2012

TABATHA book publishes

2010

Collaboration with Burton

2008

Leah McSweeney becomes the first woman to design the Nike Dunk; collaboration with Reebok and colette

2007

Collaboration with MCM and colette

2006

Collaboration with KAWS
To Survive, Streetwear Must Abandon Sexism
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To Survive, Streetwear Must Abandon Sexism

The “boys’ club” mentality puts the entire movement in danger.

Eve Power Takes Married to the Mob to London In a HYPEBAE Exclusive Editorial
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Eve Power Takes Married to the Mob to London In a HYPEBAE Exclusive Editorial

The brand is going across the pond — and beyond.

Leah McSweeney Will Never Be a Perfect Mother, and That Doesn't Matter
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Leah McSweeney Will Never Be a Perfect Mother, and That Doesn't Matter

The OG of women’s streetwear recounts how being a mother saved her life.

Married To The Mob x Medicom Toy 100% Bearbrick
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Married To The Mob x Medicom Toy 100% Bearbrick

MTTM is dropping its first-ever Bearbrick.

Married To The Mob x XLARGE 2015 Spring/Summer Collection
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Married To The Mob x XLARGE 2015 Spring/Summer Collection

Stalwart streetwear brands Married To The Mob and XLARGE have come together to form a

Married to the Mob Launches Men's Collection
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Married to the Mob Launches Men's Collection

For all their championing of women’s apparel, Leah McSweeney and Married To The Mob have set their

Agenda New York: The Do's and Don'ts of Trade Shows

Agenda New York: The Do's and Don'ts of Trade Shows

Following our coverage of Agenda Long Beach, we’re back with more Do’s and Don’ts, this time from

Supreme and Married To The Mob's $10 Million Lawsuit Dropped
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Supreme and Married To The Mob's $10 Million Lawsuit Dropped

As an update to our coverage back in May, Supreme recently dropped its lawsuit against Married To

Complex Outlines 15 Reasons Why Supreme Is Suing Married To The Mob
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Complex Outlines 15 Reasons Why Supreme Is Suing Married To The Mob

As the legal drama between Supreme and Married To The Mob continues, Complex takes a closer look at

Supreme Only Trademarked Their Logo Two Weeks Ago?
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Supreme Only Trademarked Their Logo Two Weeks Ago?

Almost two weeks ago, the streetwear world was set ablaze when it was made known that Supreme were
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