Chromebit – With a spare HDMI port, Google can turn any television into a Chromebook. The Chromebit is a device created between ASUS and Google that crams a quad-core ARM processor, 16GBs of storage, 2GB of ram, Wi-Fi, USB, and Bluetooth into something the size of a candy bar. Google and ASUS team up to […]
“Rude” Jude Angelini’s advice column, “Yo! Jude” returns – this time offering one of his greatest challenges yet: How to ask a friend or acquaintance to join you and your significant other… for some swingers schtuff.
Street photographer Travis Jensen shares San Francisco through his unique lens, with this set of street snaps and views from recent wanderings around town, with friends like Van Styles and V-Nasty joining him along the way.
Hot off the press: live video performances of Alexander Spit and Warm Brew from last Friday’s #SPITSET. Alexander Spit performs “Five” and Warm Brew performs “Can Ya Blame Me” off their debut album Ghetto Beach Boys.
A week after SXSW 2015, Senay Kenfe reflects “the art of finessing the plug” – aka how to be recognized as “somebody” at festival networking events where perceived social capital reigns supreme based on some plastic on your right wrist.
Tom Winslade meets with “Brick Magazine” founder and creative director to learn how the brand new bi-annual beast is attempting to change the way modern hip-hop is portrayed through its unique approach to publishing.
Band of Outsiders x Ron Herman – The casual refined look of Band of Outsiders has found a permanent home in Ron Herman stores, and this partnership is yielding an additional exclusive project. Using monotone as the theme, the Los Angeles-based brand creates a sophisticated series of casual apparel that has been dubbed “BLACK / […]
“PANORAMA: Our Week in Photos” continues this week with submissions from locales as diverse as Hong Kong to Utrecht. Submit your own photos on Tumblr or Instagram using the hashtag #TheHundredsPanorama.
Street artist Aaron Kai rides his trademark, colorful waves all the way to Pow! Wow! Hawaii, so we gave him a Go Pro to go behind the scenes and recreate his hilarious Snapchat stories, but this time, having it last longer that 24 hours.
Aether Cone Speaker – Bluetooth speakers are plentiful these days, and a quick stop on Amazon shows they can start at $15 and wind up costing significantly more. Aether is a little start-up from San Francisco founded by ex-pats from Nokia, Apple, and Google. Their new Cone speaker is doing what other companies will not, […]
John Pangilinan takes us inside the Nike SNKRS Air Max Box – essentially a “limited run” Air Max museum with Tinker Hatfield’s original sketches and ultra-rare kicks on display, available only for one more day.
Neave continues his Friday series Rendezvous with another set shot at The Bowery Hotel in New York, this time with brunette model Lauren Layne – the black and white perfectly accentuating her strong features.
Lacoste L!VE Vintage Ad Capsule Collection – I’ve always felt that the one thing missing from my closet were portraits of white dudes. I have the occasional black T-shirt from The Hundreds, but what I needed were preppy, white dudes rocking really short shorts. If you don’t see the sarcasm, then continue reading for more […]
Having The Hundreds Spring D2 collection entirely available at flagships, authorized stockists, and in the Online Shop, we’re bringing an exclusive, closer look at what the bottoms of the collection have to offer.
After Leon Bridges’ massive explosion at SXSW that put him on the world’s musical map, Jensen Karp heads out to the Troubadour to see if he’s worth all the hype of it’s just a gimmick. Turns out, it’s not a gimmick.
Primitive Spring 2015 Delivery 2 – Primitive has come a long way from being just another skate shop in The Valley. With Paul Rodriguez as a partner, it was a matter of time before the store became a brand, and spring 2015 is underway with a second delivery. The skate-centric streetwear brand heavily uses military […]
Rather than spoon feed us regurgitated accounts of big-named bands with enough to money to be the headliner on any SXSW post, Alexander Spit takes us behind the scenes and shows us what really went down at SXSW 2015.
Pyer Moss is one of the fastest growing fashion growing brands – having dressed everyone from Rihanna to Usher in just under two years. David Yi sits with the creator, Kerby Jean-Raymond, to see where his hustle comes from.
Shinola The Rambler GMT – World travelers will appreciate a GMT’s ability to track their time abroad, as well as the time at home. Detroit’s Shinola continues to develop their collection of US-made timepieces by adding The Rambler, a simple and easy to read watch that uses a reliable Argonite movement with an additional hour […]
We got a chance to catch up with OPM-signed West Coast rap trio Warm Brew about their time at SXSW – the food, the people, and the music. Don’t forget to catch their free show this Friday with Alexander Spit here in LA.
Brock catches up with Bay Area Graffiti Artist Tim the Optimist on his latest project collaging train tickets, Swisher boxes, & various hoarded goods culminating in what someone have called a “Bay Area history lesson.”
Supreme x UNDERCOVER - Jun Takahashi has been running high fashion shit with his UNDERCOVER line for over two decades, and now it makes its way into skate culture. Supreme teams up with the renowned Japanese label for an epic collection that covers leathers to sweats; all inspired by Takahashi’s fixation with punk. The spring and […]
Mikelle sits down with former architect Jeff Johnson of new outerwear brand The Arrivals to learn about the brand’s customer-centric structure, strictly top quality materials, and designing clothing for the long haul.
For the last month at LA’s Superchief Gallery, Rome/NYC-based artist C. Finley‘s monthlong residency has culminated in an exciting solo show called “The Divine Distractions.” The show opens tonight at 7pm at 739 Kohler St. Los Angeles, with the entire warehouse gallery space serving as a perfect backdrop for her large scale, vibrant and feminine paintings (with the […]
“PANORAMA: Our Week in Photos” continues this week with submissions from locales as diverse as Vigo, Spain, to El Paso, Texas. Submit your own photos on Tumblr or Instagram using the hashtag #TheHundredsPanorama.
The author of The Feed brings us his favorite streetwear, sneaker, and tech releases of the week, spanning from brands like ICNY, Reigning Champ, adidas, and Everlane, to absurd must-cops (JK) like Burger King’s new burger eau de toilette.
Danner Mountain Pass Boot – Danner boots have built a reputation for being near bullet-proof, but the clunky shape and the heavy construction can come off cumbersome. The Mountain Pass boot is Danner’s way of addressing these concerns with bulk, and while it might look like previous models, it is definitely not. The Mountain Pass […]
It’s a struggle to write about someone that’s done more in the same amount of time as I’ve been alive. Che Alejandro Pando Napoles, or Ché for short is probably the most inspirational person I’ve met, ever. He’s done everything he’s wanted to do on his own, he wanted to skate in a country that didn’t […]
Cullen goes in-depth w/ the general manager of Gym Jones, a no-holds-barred gym notorious for its irreverent approach. Their mantra “the mind is primary” relays something profound about the resilience of mind over matter/body.
OM Outdoor Speaker – The arrival of spring and summer means barbecue with friends. Besides meats on the grill, cold beer, and jello shots, every party needs some cool tunes. The Outdoor Speaker from OM may be able to help provide the entertainment. It’s designed to take advantage of the open space with its cylinder […]
Publish Brand Spring Delivery 2 – Even with the warm weather, Publish Brand manages to push out some jogger pants for their second Spring delivery. I kid, but there really are joggers and a whole lot more. The Santa Ana-based brand is delving into patterned shorts and, whether it’s technical fabrics or premium cotton, the focus […]
Nike SB x Ueno – It’s been a while since Nike SB released a must-have dunk, but things might be changing if this special release with Japan’s Ueno is any indication. This is the third collaborative model between Ueno and Nike SB, and they’re releasing a special make-up of the classic Dunk Low. This time it’s […]
ACRONYM Spring/Summer 2015 – If you go nuts for technical gear, then you already know about ACRONYM. Hugh Errolson’s Berlin-based brand is going over ten years strong, and they’re sticking with the same recipe – the latest technical textiles and lots, and lots of black. The collection has always been centered around the outerwear, and […]
Introducing your first close-up look at The Hundreds Spring 2015 D2 Graphic T-shirts highlights. This delivery is now available at all four flagships (THLA, THSF, THNY, THSM), authorized stockists, and in the Online Shop.
David Yi talks to Ryan Babenzian, co-founder of sneaker brand Greats, in a candid interview where he discusses the hustle that got him to where he is now, his upbringing, and ambitions to take over market share from Nike.
The Hundreds is proud to bring you our fourth 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 featured submitted photos by photographers around the globe using the hashtag #TheHundredsPanorama.
Our resident music-head Senay Kenfe rounds up his 7 most anticipated acts to watch for at SXSW 2015, including Iman Omari, BJ the Chicago Kid, Hiatus Kaiyote, THEESatisfaction, NxWorries, and Action Bronson.
LEGO Kwik-E-Mart – Besides 742 Evergreen Terrace and Springfield Elementary, there is no other location that gets more face-time than the good ‘ole Kwik-E-Mart. The store is manned by none other than Apu, and has now become the second backdrop to be released by LEGO. The familiar convenient store has been involved in a multitude […]
Following his performance at street art hub Pow! Wow! Hawaii, we caught an interview with the graffiti-turned-yarn artist HOTTEA to talk about why he firmly believes in a non-destructive approach to his street art, and the emotive stories behind his craft.
DQM x Vans – DQM has been holding down the skate scene for New York for a while now and even though Dave Ortiz is no longer there, the little boutique still strikes up some interesting collaborations. For Spring 2015, DQM joins up with Vans for a “Brownstones” collection that draws inspiration from the iconic row […]
In Stiltsville, Florida, lies abandoned structures previously home to clubs belonging to Miami’s elite. After being wiped out by Hurricane Andrew, Van shares a slice of what remains with the help of South Beach Helicopters.
Tyler sits down with the multitalented Ryan Plett, photographer and creator of digital strategy and marketing agency #CURRENTLY, to talk about what he’s learned working his creative field, and what ultimately drives him forward.