Frida Kahlo’s artwork has inspired many a generation and continues to leave an impact on today’s cultural landscape; from her iconic look to her ornate style. Her non-traditional approach to art has been profound and is currently being celebrated by pioneering streetwear brand The Hundreds.
The community-focused brand has designed an exclusive new capsule collection that honors the world’s most famous Mexican female artist, via ready-to-wear and accessory items – perfectly aligned with the celebration of National Hispanic Heritage Month. Based on her artistic documentation of Mexico’s socio-political climate during the 1930’s, the new capsule features a 500-piece “Wildflower” puzzle, along with a range of stylized hoodies, headwear and T-shirts.
Tees and hoodies comprise floral graphics akin to Kahlo’s famous iconography, in addition to TH’s “Adam Bomb” logo being updated with an intricate “Sugar Skull” overlay detail.
Dropping on September 29, The Hundreds x Frida Kahlo collection will be available on the brand’s website, app and at select retailers.
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