For the Spring/Summer ‘21 season, The Hundreds has been active with its apparel launches, many of which have arrived in the form of collaborations. And after aligning with Cash Money Records for an expansive collection this past June, the LA-based streetwear entity is now furthering along its output by linking with famed artist Joshua Vides for a fresh batch of apparel and accessories.
The neoclassic artist is notorious for his signature black and white design language as it’s been seen in various forms from an installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago to his own collection with Fendi and more. And for this team-up he takes many of his favorite The Hundreds pieces and reworks them through his lens. The iconic Paisley print is reimagined in bigger fashion on pullover hoodies and tees and he styles the iconic Adam Bomb with a grayscale look. Other notable pieces include that of the paint splattered trousers that come in white/black and black/white colorways, as well as the skate deck that features a co-branded hit on top and a black and white Adam Bomb on the bottom. Elsewhere in the collection are collaborative accessories such as the lighters, mugs, pillows and rugs.
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