The Hundreds Draws From Streetwear Heritage for Winter '18
Elevated throwback classics.
Following a mature Fall 2018 release, The Hundreds follows up with a selection of heritage-influenced Winter 2018 goods. Drawing inspiration from the brand’s decade-and-a-half in the business, the new collection is focused on reimagined staple pieces, like color-blocked parkas, hoodies, bomber jackets and flannel shirts.
Accessible layering pieces are executed in a muted jewel tone palette, with emerald green and ruby red accenting the collection’s understated grey, black and white basics. Complementing the versatile color scheme is a variety of laid-back cold weather staples, like a corduroy pullover, plaid flannel workshirt and fleece sweatpants, accented by hoodies emblazoned with The Hundreds branding in script and arc typefaces. Elsewhere, triped tees and mocknecks appear underneath bomber jackets that sport Old English-style chenille patch insignias, accompanied by Adam Bomb beanies and all-over print dad caps.
Shop the seasonal gear on The Hundreds’ web store.
Recently, the Californian label debuted a selection of 2001: A Space Odyssey-themed items.
- @riyathakkar, @letsdoitferjohnny
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