Hm, I can't recall all the Miss/Mr models. Well here are a few ideas off the top of my head.
Alt. Colette Crew. An all-female group of street magicians dress like men. Miss Direction looks like Charlie Chaplin's "Tramp" character, complete with fake mustache. The rest of the troupe looks the Marx Brothers. The group puts on cheerful, goofy street performances, while simultaneously grifting everyone they can and robbing them blind. Their metal doves and mannequins look far more ramshackle.
The Lizard Brothers
Alt. Viktorias Crew. Seth Dusk and Richie Dawn are two ruthless bank robbers dubbed the "Lizard Brothers" who got in over their heads and had to flee in a hurry, choosing to lay low in Malifaux. The family they met on the train looked like decent hostages, so they used them as cover as they traveled to one of the southern contract towns, only to find the locals killed by bloodthirsty Neverborn. It was a wonder they made it out alive.
Alt. Lady Justice. Seamus was once a kindly hatter, until the day his own wife mutilated him and stole his eyes. Delving into the same necromancy that had driven her mad, Seamus restored his sight and went on to found the Death Marshals, warriors committed to destroying Resurrectionism. While he is far less cheerful and kind these days, Lord Justice remains a popular hero of the people.
Lord Justice looks like a blinded, lightly armored Seamus, trading his big flintlock for a sword, maybe wearing a Death Marshal coat over his shoulders like a cape with his sword sheathed at his side. He still has the hat.
Alt. Seamus. Seamus once had a doting wife, who changed when she discovered The Book. Convinced her husband was having an affair, she cut out Seamus' eyes and fled into the night. Now "Miss Redchapel" stalks the brothels, murdering women whom she believes are rivals for her husband's affection and leaving cryptic invitations for Seamus to join her for "tea."
This dark alternate timeline Lady Justice is dressed similarly to Alice from the Wonderland books, only far more insane-looking, and wielding a great big flintlock pistol.