The Hundreds Drops 4/20 Collection With Famed Filmmaker Kevin Smith

Paying tribute to some of Smith’s greatest films.

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In celebration of the most unofficial holiday of them all, The Hundreds is releasing a collaboration with one of Hollywood’s most prolific creators, Kevin Smith.

Kevin Smith, also known as a walking cult classic, is known for some of the most iconic ’90s films including Clerks, Mallrats and Chasing Amy. Co-founder Bobby Hundreds has been a long-time fan of Smith, having grown up with his films. This collection is an ode to the filmmaker, paying tribute to Smiths’ most definitive cinematic works.

The Hundreds and Smith worked closely together to bring forward another layer of storytelling using the medium of streetwear apparel. The Hundreds x Kevin Smith features a range of graphic tees that reference some of fans’ favorite moments from Clerks and Chasing Amy, as well as the entire Jay and Silent Bob saga, evident in the allover print Bluntman and Chronic pullover hoodie.

The Hundreds is honoring some of fans’ favorite characters from the View Askewniverse, with the Los Angeles’ streetwear brand’s own take on the Jay and Silent Bob’s infamous wardrobe. The collection features Silent Bob’s signature hockey jersey, oversized jean shorts and wool overcoat, as well as Jay’s iconic yellow waterproof jacket and green fitted hats. Those who are fans of Buddy Christ from Dogma can anticipate a specially designed limited-edition Buddy Christ Chain.

The Hundreds x Kevin Smith collection drops April 20 at midnight EST online at The Hundreds, The Hundreds LA flagship store and at stockists worldwide.

Check out the lookbook above.

 

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