The Hundreds Reunites With Mike Giant for a 90s-Focused Capsule

Featuring two-tone t-shirts, coaches jackets, cargo pants and more.

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The Hundreds has reunited with American artist Mike Giant for a 90s-inspired capsule collection. While the new offering continues the relationship between the veteran streetwear label and the New York-born artist, the capsule marks the first time the two have released a full collection.

For the collaborative effort, Giant fuses his expertise in graffiti painting, illustration and tattooing over a range of two-tone t-shirts, hoodies, coaches jackets, cargo pants, overalls caps and accessories. Specifically, the collection comes to life through vivid shades of lime green, electric yellow, cobalt blue, indigo, deep flamingo and more that are inspired by Los Angeles pop-up raves during the late 80s and early 90s. Throughout the collection is a range of graphic artwork that nods to Giant’s signature style.

Rounding out the collection are accessories like caps, multicolored stickers and pins that pay homage to mixtapes. Check out the gallery above for a look at the collection.

The Hundreds By Mike Giant is set to release Thursday, April 7 on the brand’s website and on The Hundreds App.

In related news, S.K. Manor Hill wants to restore unity with nature for SS22.

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