Here is a story about a roadtrip. Me and 12 or so of my friends, The FOTOMISH Squad, basically pulled a “Beam me up, Scottie” zorp move from San Francisco and landed in Las Vegas for a few days, via rental van during Agenda Las Vegas. Of course we were equipped with plenty of supplies […]
It’s only been about 4 hours since this dress thing went viral, but half the world’s completely ignored the Net Neutrality catastrophe and instead consumed themselves with this optical illusion (and llamas), so if this is the first you’re hearing of this, visit the original, extremely slow-loading Buzzfeed article about a Tumblr post about a low-res photograph […]
Announcing our Spring 2015 ROSEWOOD COLLECTION, exclusively available now in limited quantities at The Hundreds’ four flagship locations (The Hundreds Los Angeles, The Hundreds San Francisco, The Hundreds New York, and The Hundreds Santa Monica).
Keybiner – Those that appreciate functionality and minimalism will appreciate what the KeyBiner promises to do. This multi-tool features a unique key retention system that uses screws to hold as many as 14 keys, but at the same time it has a clip to be a carabiner. Besides these already useful functions it also arrives […]
Alongside this Saturday’s anticipated All Gone 2014 book signing at The Hundreds San Francisco from 7-9pm, our exclusive, limited-run collaborative capsule will also be available. Get a first look here.
The Hundreds visit Valencia, California to meet up with Kenny Safford and Michael Hale of Mechanix Wear to dissect the history of the game-changing brand while preparing for upcoming The Hundreds X Mechanix Wear release.
To celebrate the release of the Biskup brothers band Big Butter’s 5th LP “A Step Felt in Full,” Slow Culture is hosting a dual art show at the gallery, an installation at The Standard Hollywood, and a free, live concert at XIX Studios tonight.
Burton THIRTEEN – I don’t know what the significance of THIRTEEN is for Burton, and I don’t care. This premier line from Burton is consistently killing it. It also doesn’t hurt that their creative director, Yosuke Auzawa, hails from White Mountaineering. For Fall/Winter 2015, the collection uses dark prints and sleek silhouettes to create a wardrobe […]
In preparation for his upcoming Honor Frasier exhibit and The Hundreds by Kenny Scharf collab, we headed over to Kenny Scharf’s home studio in West Adams to get to know the wonderfully deranged artist a little bit better.
In this unique success story, David Yi profiles Tammy Brook, who manages her own PR and brand strategy agency on top of producing a new NBA film about four 11-year-old boys achieving their basketball dreams.
Invade Tv Productions reveals a behind the scenes look at the making of Run the Jewel’s “Lie, Cheat, Steal” music video, brought to you through UK’s independent publisher, VNA Magazine, as well as Phantoms of Space.
Satechi Bluetooth Buttons – Touch screens are awesome, but for some things, it’s nice to have a physical button. Satechi Bluetooth Buttons gives you hands-on control over some of the more common functions. The dimunative clicker can currently control your home button, camera shutter, and allow you to control media. It works seamlessly with Siri for […]
In conjunction with La MJC, The Hundreds is proud to announce our All Gone book signing at The Hundreds San Francisco (585 POST St.), featuring special guest and author of all nine All Gone volumes, Michael Dupuoy. The event will take place this Saturday, February 28, from 7-9pm. La MJC’s annual All Gone has documented the most sought-after […]
Years ago I lived in a city called Leiden. It’s located between Amsterdam and The Hague, and is mostly known for its university. Leiden is quite a small city, and I mostly treated it as a place to sleep while enjoyed myself in cities like Amsterdam and Rotterdam during the weekends. The fact that Leiden […]
XLARGE x PUMA – I never understood how XLARGE never blew up in the US. Clever ape motif, backing of the Beastie Boys, and a ton of low-key skate celeb endorsements should suffice. But, unfortunately, XLARGE’s store on Vermont is gone and they really only rely on a web presence. While this latest project may be […]
Now that The Hundreds’ Spring 2015 cut and sew is available at all four flagship locations (THLA, THSF, THNY, THSM), authorized stockists, and the Online Shop, we’re going to take a closer look at what the collection has to offer below. The Hundreds’ Spring 2015 collection marks an internal shift within The Hundreds – directing […]
Seb catches up with the legendary Leroy Smart for a rare interview, and gets a glimpse into the tough life path that turned an orphan in Jamaica into who reggae/dancehall fans know as “The Don” – a man “regarded as one of Jamaica’s most outrageous and colorful characters.”
Sevyn Streeter’s an R&B sensation that’s actually been writing gems longer than her upcoming new album would suggest, for Trey Songz, Alicia Keys, and more. Here, she discusses her new album, Chris Brown, and what’s next.
The Hundreds is proud to bring you our first installment of PANORAMA. In this new Saturday photo series, we share images captured by The Hundreds’ global community to give a visual showcase of how expansive our world can be. This week, we feature photography by Mike Blabac, Travis Jensen, Alexander Spit, Texas Schiffmacher, and more.
With the Oscars airing this Sunday & giving awards for art already a paradox, Todd’s here to let you know who should win, who’s going to win, & why, so you don’t have to ever think for yourself – the American way.
Kent Wang Bauhaus Watch V3 – From button-downs to sunglasses, Kent Wang has built a reputation of carefully created products at an effective pricepoint. The latest offering is the third version of the Bauhaus watch. The timepiece uses a simple black and silver dial and is slightly bigger than its predecessors. Like many more expensive […]
The Hundreds Spring 2015 marks the second incorporation of advanced protectants in our garments in the form of Nano-Tech. This dirt, oil, and water-repellent coating is light as air and has no handfeel. Check out the pieces here and grab ‘em now in the Online Shop.
In this Friday’s edition of Rendezvous, Neave shoots the lead actress in his music video “BBQ Sauce & Mud Flaps.” Just kidding. She’s gorgeous, though – and his photo set is a great mix of black and white, color, and his signature use of natural light.
Aaron Nardi’s Day Jobs continues with Kevin Porter – a long-time friend (and first bmx rider to have a coffee sponsor) whose hard work and obsession with the bean has led to a successful career in coffee.
ICNY Spring/Summer 2015 – ICNY has come a long way since printing reflective 3M across T-shirts and socks. The New York based label launches their Spring/Summer collection and it’s all about technical fabrics. Using textiles with 4-way stretch, the T-shirts now allow a greater range of motion, and are quick drying and moisture wicking. The […]
We interview the ex-editor in chief of Vice and current editor of Apology Magazine Jesse Pearson, one of the most badass writer/editors that truly documented and partook in the movements that shaped our current generation.
We sit down with the talented OG Maco, who’s been going above and beyond his presumed one-hit wonder fame with “U Guessed It” – proving his artistry through his recent releases that showcase a knack for musicality and lyricism.
“Made by you” is an invitation-only pop-up gallery here in Los Angeles by the very smart and very cool folks over at Converse. The exhibition is centralized around Converse’s unique culture – most notably, their ability to harness the world’s tastiest tastemakers. That is truly Converse, right? Their All-Star “Chuck” is maybe footwear’s most familiar […]
Nike GYAKUSOU 2015 – Dressing up like a ninja around the neighborhood isn’t for everyone, but if that’s your thing, then you already know about Jun Takahashi of UNDERCOVER. The Japanese designer has had a longstanding partnership with Nike and the GYAKUSOU line is coming back stronger than ever. Instead of a few choice pieces, the […]
No matter how much you fight it, Wednesday keeps coming. So why not push off reality a little bit longer by deeming Wednesday night as movie night. After all, Todd’s back to help you choose the right movie, tonight being “Terminator 2: Judgment Day.”
“People think it’s all fun and games when it comes to shooting cars,” writes Vito. Apparently shooting his buddy Ara’s Porsche 997.1 GT3 RS and Ducati 1199 PANIGALE R got him in a bit off a tiff with danger.
Johnny F. Kim shoots on over to Mitz Takahashi’s woodwork studio, to see how the Japanese-born furniture designer ended up in Montreal, where his inspiration overlaps with a love for rock’n'roll, & his take on modern design.
Chicagoan and Saint Alfred representative David Rasool Robinson recaps his first experience at a fashion show – from this past weekend at the Yeezy x adidas Originals showcase, reporting from the sidelines.
We sit down with rapper Thurz about his progression as an artist in LA, his conscious effort to move away from sampled material, shifting from mixtape to online, his upcoming album Blood on the Canvas, and recognizing the father role music has had on his life as a parent.
Baxter of California Undereye Complex – It’s all gravy when you’re in your twenties, but once you hit your thirties, it’s time to think about your skin. That lotion from Rite-Aid no longer cuts it, and you needed specific products like Baxter of California’s Under Eye Complex. Formulated with a mix of caffeine, antioxidant vitamins, and seaweed extract, […]
With The Hundreds’ Spring 2015 Collection well underway, it’s time we reveal one its latest additions – the “Perfect” Pocket T-shirt. An lightweight, custom fit piece so meticulously designed and made to such perfection, that the only proper introduction it warrants is its own commercial. Conveniently, you can check out the video below and prepare […]
Luke Beard’s a truly restless designer, whose story begins with a series of “fuck it’s” and plane tickets from the UK to California – resulting in his current career at Elepath and his creation of a perfected storytelling platform called Exposure.
Atlanta continues to solidify its position within hip-hop as the Third Coast with artists from the turf holding considerable chart positions throughout 2014 alone. Local indie label Quality Control Music – home of favorite sons Migos as well as Skippa Da Flippa and Rich the Kid – seems to consistently show that they have their […]
Supreme Spring/Summer 2016 – Supreme’s collection for Spring and Summer has just been announced and there is something for everyone; because it’s massive. Long gone are the days of graphic T-shirts and thick CYC Canadian fleece. We’re talking button-downs, knits, jerseys, hoodies, tees, outerwear, bottoms, headwear, and fire extinguishers. From wild and loud prints to […]
Experimental menswear label Rochambeau showed their Fall/Winter 2015 line this past weekend at Milk Studios with surprise guest O.T. Genasis – featuring street motifs like a pay phone and metro cards encased in ice.
Jensen Karp chats with comedian Ben Schwartz about playing the legendary Jean-Ralphio from “Parks and Rec,” going from an usher on the Late Show to being a guest, his history in comedy, House of Lies, and his future feature film plans.
Legendary skateboard artist Todd Francis discusses the art of subversive skate graphics, run-ins with Hell’s Angels over his artwork, his political cartoonist background, and how it feels to be perpetually 17 in his head.
My brother’s been sending me videos of his front yard in Boston. Imagine a white screen, with some sticks poking out. That’s how much snow has dumped on his house; the sticks are treetops. It took me a minute to realize he was shooting from the second floor. Meanwhile, the most amount of weather LA’s […]
Callum sits down with the co-founder of recycle-focused furniture/pots company, Pop & Scott, to gain insight on their family-oriented and nearly open-door workshop that keeps independent businesses alive.
Print extraordinaire Manos reveals his massive obsession with magazines while giving us a brief list of recent ones he’s stockpiled – all to be sure that you don’t miss these gems next time you walk by a rack.
wings + horn Leather Slip-Ons – wings + horns started off by making some of the best fleece, moved on to menswear, and for the past few seasons, had them making boots. Now, with Spring and Summer around the corner, wings + horns makes a lighthearted slip-on. Using premium calfskin, the interior is also lined with […]
Mike Giant returns to the Bay with an intimate show at FFDG called “Colorado.” With and-written musings alongside his signature drawings, the show features a collaborate photo series with photographer Jason Siegel.
As an avid vinyl-collector, Maarten heads back to his old digging spot to see if his formerly favorite shop is still maintaining their massive selection after all this time – and cops some rare Herb McGruff, Cam’ron, and more.
le coq sportif x mita sneakers for And A – I’ve mentioned le coq sportif as a sneaker brand to look out for in 2015, and the French sportswear label continues to grow with a special project for Japan concept shop And A. The EUREKA AM came out in 1987 and the runner is being […]
STILLA chops it up with the 19-year-old store manager of sneaker boutique RIF SF – RIF LA’s latest new flagship store in Japantown – to learn about their open-door recruiting process, and what’s next for the brand.
Nike Dunk Hi SP “Burnished Leather” – One of the sneakers I can be in love with one minute and then hate another is the Nike Dunk Hi. The styling and silhouette is without fault; from the quarter panels to the leather wings, the shoe has a classic look. It all comes down to coloring, and […]
Seb Carayol interviews Skorn Leef about his new photo book of Polo Ralph Lauren obsessives, the urban gangs that stole and collected the clothing, & the aspirational yacht living that bridged the hood and the affluent white.
Best Made Bonded Zip Pouches – Buying a load of stuff is the easy part. Keeping all of that junk organized can get pretty difficult, but, thankfully, you got brands like Best Made that can get help you do it in style. The latest bonded zip pouch is made from a thick water repellent duck canvas. […]
Amid post-Grammy buzz, Jensen Karp lists out some things to actually get mad about with this small history of the Grammys historical fuck ups – from “Layla” beating “Smells Like Teen Spirit” to Steely Dan vs. Eminem.
An interview with the witty founder of SF streetwear brand effulgence, a particularly millennial brand – w/ graphic spins of Officer Jenny, Majin Buu, and Aaliyah – that might just breathe new life into the industry.