Take your seats. The show’s about to begin.
Take your seats. The show’s about to begin.
This weekend, we’ve got the West Coast lined up with special In-Store drops from THLA to THSF, Rosewood Collection, special collabs, and limited edition New Eras.
The Hundreds San Francisco opens this Thursday, 11am, at 585 Post St. For the unveiling, we had the opportunity to work with 2 of the Bay Area’s most solidified representatives: local designer Benny Gold…
and hip-hop collective, the esteemed Hieroglyphics crew.
Along with those tees, we also have some other The Hundreds pieces exclusively prepared for the San Francisco opening. Again, all of these (including the Benny Gold and Hiero tees) will only be available at The Hundreds San Francisco starting Thursday.
And it’s about that time for In-store exclusives, collaborations, and Rosewood Collection. The following items are produced in limited numbers, and will be available at BOTH THLA and THSF starting Thursday.
The Hundreds x Lovewright Co.:
The Hundreds x La Taquiza:
Tens x Kelis:
The Hundreds x Foreign Family:
The Hundreds x Irons:
and The Hundreds x New Era “Spring Elements” and “Summer Elements” 59/50 fitted caps:
Did you get all that?
You probably will.
Some really nice kid baked us an Adam Bomb cake today and brought it into the Store. I took a bite and my entire mouth turned dark purple. It looked like I rinsed with grapejuice and then made out with Grimace.
But it was delicious. Thanks dude (I especially like the Registered Trademark).
Anyways, it was perfect timing because we celebrated Morgan’s birthday tonight at El Compadre.
On the way there, the sky was like an oil painting. Life imitating art.
And then my car almost imitated an explosion after I nearly careened into the center-divider. Thankfully, I have the reflexes of an ocelot.
We ended up taking 3 tables and half the bar to squeeze everyone in. I had about 6 buckets of El Compadre’s award-winning tortilla chips and salsa before I even got to dinner. I should’ve just crumbled the chips into the bowl and ate it like cereal.
Our waiter was more hammered than everyone else combined. He stroked my hair while taking my order and muttered obscenities to himself half the night. I think he passed out in the alley after singing Morgan this god-awful Happy Birthday, because that was the last we ever saw of him.
Happy Birthday homey.
I prefer the SF morning commute to that of LA’s.
Caution: High Rubbernecking Zone.
Yeah, we’ve been getting this reaction a lot. I saw some dude almost walk into the pole yesterday.
Gotta keep movin’.
Isn’t it supposed to be calm before the storm?
All photographs shot with Digital-X Super-Shot. More on that later…
Nick. Welcome to the Family.
You’ll fit in just like all the other TH losing trainwrecks.
Back in December, we hosted “Censorship is Weak as Fuck” along with skate shop Brooklyn Projects, showcasing the controversial skateboard artwork of Sean Cliver and Marc Mckee. In return, Marc dug up and revitalized an original, never-before-published piece for a limited St. Patrick’s Day-themed drop at both our shop and BP on Melrose. Only 100 tees were produced, 50 black and 50 in green.
Our black colorway will release tomorrow (Friday) morning at The Hundreds at 11am. Dominick’s got the green version on sale at Brooklyn Projects starting Saturday morning.
7909 Rosewood Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90048
7664 Melrose Ave.
Los Angeles, CA 90046
One of the most simplistic, yet esoteric, tees I whipped up for the current Spring lineup was “Green.” (proudly worn by Umi here)
At the time I was piecing this one together a year ago, the pop culture universe — and most notably the fashion world — were diving in on this fuzzy-feeling GO GREEN campaign that I’m sure you’re now keenly aware of. Suddenly, the marketplace was wall-to-wall with organic hoodies, recycled sneakers, and environmentally safe denim. It’s hard not to be cynical when you see Tom, Dick, and Harry all jumping on the hybrid bandwagon, profiting off of a good cause backed by bad intentions. And being skeptical of it all, thus the flipped “e’s,” depicting eyes emitting a sneaky suspicion.
Over the next week that the idea brewed in my head, I was also faced with other circumstances that reinforced varying ideologies behind the graphic. The shadiness that comes with the greenery of money, and all the suspect behavior associated with financially motivated greed. The green connotations of deep-rooted jealousy and consuming envy, most visible and understood these days as shifty-eyed “hate”…
And here you thought it was just a half-shut-eye reference to smoking weed.