Los Angeles-based streetwear imprint The Hundreds recently introduced its rebranding phase through a video titled, “Wildfire.” For the 13-year-old brand’s next act, we’re presented with its 2016 fall collection. Accompanied by a lookbook shot in the streets of Manila, Philippines, the range confidently conveys the ideas of form and function through reliable clothing essentials. According to the brand, the designs are made from quality contemporary fabrics like corduroy, cotton moleskin and melton wool. Other techniques such as embossing, pigment dyeing, and jacquard weaving are utilized to highlight the pieces’ precise construction and applications. For its more atheleisure lineup, the use of nano coating technologies are teamed with taped seams and 3M reflective to help solidify the the capsule’s technical designs and performance.
Additionally, the graphic tees, which the brand is renowned for, will feature designs inspired by urban LA, the Beastie Boys, comic books, motorcycle culture, and one of Bobby Hundreds’ favorite bands, The Cramps, this season as well. The collection will soon be available at all The Hundreds retailers and the brand’s online shop.