Venezuelan girls on the streets of culturally independent Maracaibo are getting used to crowning themselves with hand-made headwear by up-and-coming designers Oh! Nena.

Venezuelan girls on the streets of culturally independent Maracaibo are getting used to crowning themselves with hand-made headwear by up-and-coming designers Oh! Nena. The look is Blair Waldorf as a Euro-Latin punk rocker.

Oh! Nena keeps things fresh by maintaining an open collaboration policy with a network of the city's up-and-coming artists, photographers and fashion models ever since the brand's inception.

PSFK sat down with Oh! Nena's three founders – Daniela Ordoñez, Andrea Moreno and Valentina Alvarado – to learn more:

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