The Hundreds Goes Back to Its Californian Roots and Tackles Climate Change in This 2016 Summer Collection
Tired of feeling uncomfortable due to the summer heat? The Hundreds has you covered.
Just in time for the start of summer, streetwear mainstay The Hundreds has unveiled its latest offerings through this lookbook. The brand has chosen to draw inspiration from its roots in workwear plus pop and surf culture, which translate into a collection filled with classic silhouettes but upgraded with breathable textiles such as cotton linen and loop terry. We also find a new custom pattern dubbed “Wilted State” that draws inspiration from California-native plants like holly and lilac. The aim of this was to draw awareness to the drought’s effects on agricultural landscapes at a regional and global level. Rounding things out are the short-sleeve wovens that don’t absorb excess heat, lightweight, short-sleeve loop terry “Marvin” hoodies, and waffle pique looks-knit tees. View the set of images above and purchase the pieces at The Hundred’s flagship locations, online store, as well as select retailers from April 7.