Our latest episode of The Life in a Day features artist/tattoo artist Matthew “Manface” McCormick, who’s taken inspiration from his surroundings growing up in San Francisco and LA and cultivated his experiences into his artistry.
Schoolboy Q’s Blank Face LP is the story of a divided man—a ex-gangster who used his experiences in life to make his own rags to riches story, only to simultaneously see himself vilified & stymied by the streets that made him famous.
“I wanted to elevate it and take it that seriously like we were talking about an art or a sport, or something that should be taken seriously or treated with reverence.” Patrick O’Dell on skateboarding’s most celebrated documentary series, Epicly Later’d.
Rihanna Anti Tour Merchandise – RiRi isn’t going to let the Beiber and Kanye have all the fun. The songstress is the most recent musical performer to create a collection based on her latest album. ANTI serves as the inspiration of exclusive tour merchandise that borrows heavily from current streetwear themes. From black and white […]
The Hundreds is proud to present a sneak peek at the The Hundreds Fall 2016 Collection, available now at authorized stockists and on August 4, 2016 at The Hundreds flagship locations and in the Online Shop.
“We may be older and wiser now, but then we were younger and braver.” Here’s the story of how a trio of friends started a booming screen printing business and clothing brand, fueled by friendship, work ethic, and a DIY ethos.
Editorial site Create & Cultivate talks to Bobby Hundreds about the lack of female representation in streetwear and his previously secret plan to release an independent women’s clothing line that men will want to wear.
Haus of JR Collection Seven – Ever wonder how you can make your little bundle of joy look like a bag of dicks? Three words. Haus. Of. JR. Available in your nearest Barneys is a children’s wear label that can make any SpongeBob-loving child look like an angtsy Kanye West-adulating fuccboi. From moto-denim to a […]
We headed out to New York for some ice cream; specifically, The Hundreds Widfire ice cream by Mikey Likes It. Passion fruit, red velvet cookies, and a ghost pepper chocolate swirl—check out our recap of the launch.
Benjie Escobar, has a debut solo show tonight titled “Lil Jams” over at Gallery1998, inspired by Chicano traditions and pop culture—a nod to his own heritage and a theme that has been present in his prior work.
All Good Fall 2016 – While most streetwear brands from California are inspired by skate and surf culture, All Good loves the outdoors. Their products have a street sensibility, but are tuned for the great outdoors. Their latest collection is a nice blend of casual essentials and technical textiles, making it accessible for those who […]
The Hundreds is proud to announce the Death Sentences Reading Club by Mark Riddick collection—available now exclusively in the Online Shop, and made for Bobby Hundreds’ officially unofficial reading club.
“[The punk scene was] the first place where I started to meet people who built their lives around doing what they love. Even if that meant getting by with very little, it seemed more appealing to me than dredging my life away.”
Dickies Life F/W 2016 – Carhartt WIP’s success over the US and Europe has challenged Dickies to do the same. The American workwear brand has tried their hand at slimmer silhouettes before, but this latest project has them developing an entire collection for the European market that is set to include rugged silhouettes with contemporary […]
Mikey Cole turned his life around after a 6 month stint in Rikers, and now serves artisanal, organic, all-natural pop culture-inspired creations at his ice cream shop Mikey Likes It. Here’s how he got here.
Brooklyn Projects Summer T-Shirts 2016 – It’s been a while since we shared anything from Brooklyn Projects, but that doesn’t mean the Los Angeles-based store and brand is laying low. Expect a range of parody T-shirts and canvas dad hats to drop soon with Brooklyn Projects paying homage to skate magazine Thrasher with their version […]
Air Jordan Retro 5 OG – One of the best ideas to come out of the Jordan camp for 2016 was to create a line of retros for the die-hard Jordan purists. The OG line of sneakers is Nike’s attempt at maintaining the design and quality control of the original sneakers, and the latest to […]
“I’ll often choose details rather than shooting something in its entirety… Because I believe every facet of a subject’s identity is worth taking note of and admiring.” Photographer Celia Spenard-Ko digs into the stories behind her favorite captures.
Come through this weekend, July 16th-17th, to pick up the goods from the homies at eTceTera. The pop-up will be hosted at RSWD with a party on Saturday with DJ sets, free tacos, and good times to ensue.
“I’ve really learned to just be the music, be in it, and be vulnerable in it.” Joyce Wrice opens up about the challenging but rewarding process of becoming a solo artist and how Tamia changed her life.
Nike x Undefeated – Nike’s approach to the Huarache is similar to Gretchen Wieners’ feelings on “fetch” in Mean Girls. They try at every opportunity to re-launch this retro runner, but this latest with Undefeated may have the right formula. Drawing on the car culture lining Crenshaw Boulevard, the uppers are entirely in a bright […]
Saucony Grid 9000 Wheat – We can all agree that the “wheat” color is no longer the sole possession of Timberland. Nike has done an amazing job with the utilitarian work color, and now Saucony joins the ranks with their Wheat version of the Grid 9000. The retro runner has a wide bulky silhouette that […]
“A lot of people ask me, because I’ve got three kids that are 9, 7, and 4, ‘What about your kids? Are they fucked up from your art? Does what you paint expose them to the world and all this darkness?’”
Sneaker Freaker Pop-Up Shop – Sneakers are no longer just a passing fad and Sneaker Freaker’s latest venture is further proof. The sneaker boutique opens up its its first-ever New York pop-up shop. Hosted in conjunction with Extra Butter, the shop will include a collection of graphic T-shirts and other merchandise from brands—such as Billionaire Boys […]
“We just want people to feel a part of our community. That’s kind of what streetwear is about—what it’s based on.” We chat with two of the three brothers behind the brand Kingship on heritage and hustle.
adidas Skateboarding for Na-Kel Smith – Sometimes less is more, and this adage applies pretty well for the latest sneaker adidas Skateboarding drops for their up-and-coming team rider. This Na-Kel Smith exclusive takes the shape of the Matchcourt Mid, a vintage high-cut tennis sneaker that is draped in white leather and paired with the triple […]
“My blocks or tiles are in some way like a language, since you can move them around and make new art pieces out of them. They can all be modified.” Artist David Umemoto on his modular concrete sculptures.
Brooklyn Dom’s photo show tonight at The Seventh Letter gallery chronicles his life as an 18-year-old roadie, documenting wondrous depravity that could’ve only existed during heavy metal’s heyday. Here’s part of his insane story.
The fashion elite descended into Long Beach the past two days for the largest actions collection of street, sport, and accessories. While retail sales have been dwindling, the amount of exhibitors at the trade show proved that the industry was alive and well. The heavyweights were of course present with plenty of next season to […]
“…I don’t need your ‘view of success,’ I don’t need this checklist you’ve tried to condition me to following. I’ll get it for me and mines, my way.” Behind AmirSaysNothing’s partially-autobiographical debut, track-by-track.
Supreme Summer 2016 – A second string of graphic T-shirts will make its way onto Supreme New York and Supreme Los Angeles tomorrow. The popular New York skate brand is coming out with five brand new T-shirts that range from homages to American novelist William S. Burroughs to references to early nineties rave culture. Modeled […]
Atlanta’s genre-bending and shape-shifting musical landscape has very few trailblazers that have made a mark like Young Thug. If you’ve been sleeping, we’ve done you a favor: here’s 15 more essential songs that prove his talent.
Wood Wood x Champions – Wood Wood proves that you don’t need the letter “C” in your name to cleverly plan a collaboration with Champion. The Dutch brand enlists Champion to create a new “RomantiC” that integrates the Champion “C’ logo into the project. The collection is set to be a Urban Outfitters exclusive and […]
“The album for me personally was a dawn of a new age in hip-hop. Jay was able to bring the hardcore hip-hop head like myself into his world seamlessly. It was the perfect blend of commercial and grit.”
Etnies x Grizzly – Etnies and Grizzly both have a grounded history in skate that makes their union the perfect blend of function and utility. For summer 2016, the two brands come together to work on a collaborative sneaker that can withstand the abuse that comes with skating, and along the way they add some […]
“[People] aren’t buying a piece of clothing. They’re buying a story, they’re buying a piece of culture… they’re really buying a piece of our lives.” Bobby Hundreds explored the Carla Fernandez exhibit.
OUTLIER Ultrahigh Bags – OUTLIER’s commitment to over-engineering knows no bounds as the New York brand introduces a new line of bags. For the spring and summer season, OUTLIER uses their Ultrahigh Dyneema Composite, one of the strongest fibers in the world, to create two daypacks and a slew of complementary bags. The Quadzip features […]
“I watched this guy literally run past me. I didn’t know the police had formed a line behind them to box him in. So, he ran down and I manually focused. As soon as he ran down the frame, I just snapped.”
Reebok Pump Court Victory – The year is 1989 and a seventeen year old from California came to Paris and smashed the competition. On the clay courts of the French Open was Michael Chang dominating the game with his monstrous thighs, a sick backhand, and in the Reebok Pump Court Victory. Reebok brings back an […]
“I think some brands lost [themselves] by getting too used to the money… They forgot about the integrity of why we became brands.” Mega on the story of Black Scale, the state of streetwear, and beyond.
KINGSHIP Summer 2016 – Los Angeles is never short of storytellers, but the journey of the immigrant family is one that is pervasive and compelling. KINGSHIP is a brand started from three brothers from the Inland Empire, born from Mexican heritage, and seeking an identity that blends their culture and love of Los Angeles. After […]
“It’s that scrappy, heart-pumping persistence into your backbone, perseverance into your pineal gland.” Brandon uncovers the surprising history behind our generation’s favorite word—all the way back to Abe Lincoln.
“…The [Lil Bibby 'You Ain't Gang'] hook is so devilishly catchy that I fell asleep with it stuck in my head last night, and woke up with it still there.” Here’s 10 tracks to bump while chucking up the deuces at your haters.
“It’s important that we change the perception of spray cans in art education, that it’s not a weapon or a threat in and of itself, but what you choose to say with it, can be.” NuArt founder Martyn Reed speaks on its authenticity and vision.
GREATS x Noah – The Babenzian brothers have put in a lot of time in menswear, and each one contributes a little bit of that history in their latest project. Former Supreme creative director and founder of Noah, Brendon Babenzian, is never short of collaborations thanks to his pedigree, but this round has him working […]
“My wish is that the sounds and visuals associated with the collaboration act as a message to the masses that underground music is about passion, allegiance, and rebellion, it constantly challenges the norm.”
Supreme x Jah Life/Barrington Levy – Supreme’s affinity for music culture digs a little deeper this summer as the New York brand teams up with New York transplant Hyman “Jah Life” Wright and Barrington Levy. The two artists were responsible for bringing their own flavor of Jamaican music to New York in the late ’70s, […]
Parisian photographer Karl Hab’s first hardcover book debuted at colette, had a show at HVW8 gallery and installation at The Standard, and a written introduction by New York artist Daniel Arsham. See what all the hype is about.
In anticipation of his group show this Friday at Los Angeles’s own Slow Culture ‘No Problems, No Solutions,’ we revisit our interview with Amsterdam artist Floor van het Nederend on his unconventional career trajectory.
Concepts x Mitchell & Ness – One of the most inventive sportswear projects from 2015 came out of Boston. Concepts led the charge by taking the cold-winter hockey jersey and turning it into a fun summer-time tank top. Keeping the micro mesh textile, the sleeves have been lopped off by popular sportswear maker Mitchell & […]