Play Clothes Summer 2015 Delivery 2 – As summer approaches, Play Clothes delivers their second collection, and takes inspiration directly from their home town. Calling upon their home of Virginia Beach, the clothing label mixes sportswear with streetwear staples. The button-down baseball jerseys gives way to constructed athletic shorts, tank-tops, and graphic T-shirts. In addition […]
Our huge annual warehouse sale is finally back tomorrow, May 30, and Sunday, May 31. That means up to 70% off almost everything, hidden golden tickets, carnival festivities, and more. (Don’t forget internship interviews on Saturday!)
Porn seems to be at war with the golden state recently with last year’s Measure B being upheld by the California Superior Court, requiring all actors to use condoms. This week, the state took it further with its Occupational Safety and Health Standards Board declaring a new set of rules regulating the industry, requiring all actors […]
END. x Reebok Ventilator “Husky” – Reebok has been taking a back seat to other brands when it comes to collaborations, but they’re hitting the sneaker scene hard this scene and creates a husky-themed project with END.. Using the throwback silhouette of the Ventilator, the sneakers arrive with a soft grey upper that is contrasted […]
“The shirt is just dope because flags waving in the wind together is just awesome” – and with that, Peter Yeh of The Feed brings you his 10 favorite streetwear graphics from spring 2015. Featuring Concepts’ swole ice cream cone with guns graphic and more.
In the latest edition of “In the Studio,” we head over to the absurdly talented Greg “Craola” Simkins to see where he draws his inspiration from and learn more about his fully realized universe, The Outside.
With our nostalgia for the action movies of the ’90s showing its presence in today’s market, the epic struggle between Johnny Utah and Bodhi – made famous in ’91 cult classic Point Break – has received the greenlight to be remade! Check out the first look of what is to be a modern reintrepretation of […]
Concepts x Cone Mill – Concepts is known to kick ass when it comes to their collaborations, and the latest with Converse is no exception. For this spring 2015 release, Converse and Concepts looks to the venerable All-Star Chuck Taylor. In lieu of the classic canvas, Concepts is looking to add some Americana into the […]
Tyler shines a light on four figures from progressive ad & design agencies nationwide to talk about the future of advertising, the hard lessons they’ve learned at work, & their different journeys into the industry.
Yesterday marked the passing of famous photojournalist Mary Ellen Mark, at 75, while working on her 19th book. Known for the hyper-realism of her purely black and white film photos, (telling the Philadelphia Inquirer once, “I’m staying with film, and with silver prints, and no Photoshop,”) Mary used her lens to cover the outsiders who struggle to exist […]
Air Jordan Retro 1 OG “Chicago” – While many opt for the black and red, my clear favorite among the original Air Jordans is the classic red, black, and white. Not only were these banned in the NBA, they were the first shoes to set the standard for style. Prior to sporting multiple colors, basketball […]
STILLA takes a visit to the studio of Jason Jägel – whose work you might recognize from MF DOOM & Madlib covers – to learn his outlook on storytelling in art and beliefs of putting everything on the line for the sake of creating something.
Our Saturday photo set #TheHundredsPanorama is a visual showcase of our global community’s week in photos. Submit your own with the hashtag on IG and Tumblr for a chance to be featured on our website and Instagram.
“Beware of the wrath of the Based God” was on the minds of color commentators across the nation after the excruciatingly close loss by the Houston Rockets last night in the Western Conference Finals against the Golden State Warriors. This comes after Houston Rockets star James Harden – famous as of late for his cooking […]
The Hundreds presents another episode of “Secret Stash,” a show dedicated to recognizable personality’s strange collecting habits. This time, we catch up with toy designer Jack Rossi and his massive collection of toys.
Jenkem Magazine just dropped a feature interview with Asa Akira by The Hundreds’ Editor in Chief, Rob Brink. The candid discussion spans topics from The Hundreds reality web series, “Hobbies with Asa Akira,” (watch episodes here) to body dysmorphia, the world’s most popular porn star, aging, agenda-ridden journalists, the parallel worlds of skateboarding and porn […]
Saucony Originals Bermuda Pack – While winter allows you to layer, summer is when you shine. Wearing bold and vibrant colors is best reserved for the heat and Saucony Originals kicks things off with the “Bermuda” pack. Using island-inspired colors, the small collection comprises of the familiar Shadow 6000 and the vintage DXN Trainer. Using […]
Taylor Swift has just breezed passed hip hop queen Nicki Minaj with her new music video “Bad Blood,” featuring rapper Kendrick Lamar, breaking the most viewed in 24 hours record previously held by “Anaconda.” The collaborative video, which was premiered at the Billboard Music Awards on Sunday, was able to amass more than 20 million […]
Yasi continues her series “Girl School” schooling us on the coolest girls we need to know right now, with Gia Bahm of Unearthen Jewelry, one of the coolest modern jewelry designers out there, creatively crafting worlds within her pieces.
The President took a big stride in social media this week becoming the first to create a personal Twitter account the other day, at the same time breaking a Guinness Book of Records on Monday for ”fastest time to reach 1 million followers on Twitter.” His account @Potus reached 1 million followers in less than 5 […]
Nixon x Grizzly – Nixon’s history with skate makes them a great partner for the casual Pro-Skater, and for spring, there is a tie-dye collection with Grizzly. Using a vibrant and colorful tie-die pattern, the collection is set to include the digital Unit, as well as the analog look of the Time Teller P. In […]
Chris Danforth sits down with vintage apparel expert Jesse Heifetz who runs F as in Frank, a Toronto vintage retail store that sources “inspiration pieces” for brands from Marc Jacobs to Supreme & works with clients from Jeremy Scott to Kendrick Lamar.
Starting the week off with a new surge of attention towards his music streaming service, Tidal, through the exclusive “Feelin’ Myself” video by his wife and her partner in crime, Nicki Minaj, being dropped on his platform, music mogul Jay Z had the rug pulled out from under him by famous Serbian performance artist Marina […]
Diadora Trident 90 – Diadora is doing all the right things, and their latest step is the Trident 90. The classic silhouette follows the same formula as similar runners from the era with the nubuck and nylon soft-blue uppers. What makes the Trident 90 so incredibly vibrant isn’t the patriotic colors of the uppers, but […]
We interview DC born & raised MC/producer Oddisee, who’s worked with the likes of De La Soul to Flying Lotus, and learned how he thrives by staying independent, with his words of advice on cultivating your craft & not being deterred by underexposure.
Today, Apple CEO Tim Cook announced while visiting Apple headquarters in China that he aims to have the Apple Watch available in retail stores across the globe by this June. The Apple Watch’s launch into the world has been unique with the company, eschewing the traditional long lines that come with any announcement of any […]
Jude Angelini continues his hilarious, real talk advice column for thehundreds.com by answering this week’s letter, written by a nice, shy guy who doesn’t know when to stop texting a girl who won’t text him back.
Supreme x Larry Clark’s KIDS 20th Anniversary – If Supreme turned 20 last year, then that only means Larry Clark’s KIDS hits twenty in 2015. The famously edgy movie about a bunch of downtown latchkey teens was heralded for its use of unknowns and its perspective of drugs and sex. The cult film is remembered […]
Senay sits down with J*DaVeY, the experimental R&B duo whose synth-tinged tracks in the early 2000s proved to be prophetic of future R&B sounds by current artists. Always two steps ahead of the game, J*DaVeY’s back proving their chops with their latest EP titled POMP.
Supreme recently shared an interview with the legendary filmmaker of Larry Clark that focused around the creation of his controversial breakthrough 1995 film, Kids. “Supreme opened a store and we all hung out there… that was the big hang out; Supreme was the big hang out,” says Mr. Clark when describing Supreme’s role in his film. […]
Recently, renowned photographer and our LA-based contributor Van Styles did on an enlightening interview for Hypebeast. The man, myth, and legend went in-depth about his upbringing through skate culture, action sports, and adult industry, as well as the role social media has played in his career. On top of that, Hypebeast went through a couple of […]
Kanye West has the most talked about performance at the Billboard Music Awards last night trending on all social media platforms. The only problem is no one heard it! Performing his new single “All Day,” followed by last years Yeezus’ hit “Black Skinhead” on ABC heavy with expletives, caused the Disney-owned network to censor almost […]
Aether Summer Swimwear – Aether is best known for their technical outerwear, but as their popularity grows, so does their ambitions. This summer Aether introduces a collection of swimwear and flexes that flexes the brands technical prowess. The shorts in the collection all use the latest microfiber fabrics from Schoeller. They’re quick-drying, stretchable, and arrive […]
Get your Sunday ears ready because our London correspondent & man of impeccably fire taste, Tom Winslade, curated 10 eclectic song choices that we all need to be listening to right now-right now, w/ sounds from Towkio, Toro y Moi, Zuper, & more.
Illustration, painting, animation, and a background in advertising have equipped Montreal’s Alexandra Levasseur with a full arsenal to express the cohesive relationship between human beings and the nature that surrounds us through her art.
Our Saturday photo set #TheHundredsPanorama is a visual showcase of our global community’s week in photos. This week, we focus on portraits and feature a shot by Mike Blabac of Evan Smith pushing in Detroit, akam1k3′s press photo of Silje and Arif in Oslo, and more.
The Legends x Bag43 – Small independent brands are rad, and here’s a little project between The Legends and San Francisco-based artist, Bags43. The collaboration keeps it low-key and simple with two new strapbacks that feature vintage inspired patches that are embroidered across the crown. The design is courtesy of Bag43, and both the patches […]
Having made their first classic material together in 2002 with the monumental Beautiful, this week marks the return of Snoop Dogg collaborating with his longtime partner Pharrell Williams for his 13th studio album, BUSH, on Skateboard P’s I Am Other label. The cohesiveness and strength of their creative relationship is very evident here as they sat […]
We head over to Fairfax to take a look at Cinefamily, a non-profit movie theater dedicated to reinvigorating the film-going experience through community and discovery, and talk to its Executive Director, Hadrian Belove.
“I was having parallels with my work,” explains world-renowned Barcelona-based artist Aryz‘s on first show in Los Angeles, entitled “PARAL•LEL.” The show hones in on the duality of spaces he occupies with his work: Fine art and contemporary muralism. Presented in two rooms literally parallel to each other, but with a middle wall inscribed with the […]
Capitalizing on the resurgence of pizza in the hearts and stomachs of the millennial generation, Michigan-based giant Domino’s will start a new program allowing its customers to order pizza via Twitter. In fact, an order can even be placed with a simple emoji. Starting May 20th, the new Tweet to order program will showcase Domino’s […]
Best Made Bonded Duffle – Anything over $50 may seem like too much for a duffle, but in the case of Best Made, the price of entry is for a bag that lasts a lifetime. Their new Bonded duffle bag is made to take on the abuse with a heavy duty 18 oz. bonded canvas. […]
Tyler W sits down with Wes Eisold, of Cold Cave, who has consistently progressed artistically and forged his own path over the past decade, resulting in a musical body of work that spans genres and subcultures.
Rappers and music videos and YouTube. All day (no pun intended). But Vince Staples consistently delivers, which is why I give him a listen. Plus, this video for his latest single is well done, directed by Ian Pons Jewell. Can you dig it?
In preparation for our upcoming The Hundreds by Kenny Scharf collaboration, we headed over to the effervescent king of cool’s home studio to get a brief history on how he came to be the successful – and still humble – artist that he has become.
Let’s start off how bad ass this is for those in action sports. A little drone and camera follows you around for 20 minutes capturing your every move. No more begging the homie to hold the GoPro, or having it strapped to your chest for the boring first-person perspective. For $499, the LILY Drone Camera […]
Canon 50 F/1.8 STM – The nifty fifty is one of the must-haves if you have a cropped sensor Canon DSLR. At under $100, it can produce razor sharp images and has the capability for some sweet bokeh. This pint-sized lens, heralded for its affordable prowess, is getting a nice little update. The new 50mm […]