Today, LA’s buzzing star Jay 305 premiered his documentary South Central Slums, portraying a harsh narrative surrounding the neighborhood that made him the man he is. Shot by renowned filmmaker Topshelf Junior, South Central Slums chronicles the gang violence and police brutality that is endemic of everyday life in the ghetto that shaped the lives […]
Everlane Slim Pant – Premium and affordable are usually not synonymous, but that’s the approach Everlane is going for. Their new debut is a pair of tailored pants that are made to be comfortable and durable without breaking the bank. Using a cotton and elastane blend, the new Slim Pants have a skinny tapered fit […]
The Hundreds is proud to announce our fourth official SPITSET this Wednesday in Los Angeles, featuring Toronto rapper Jazz Cartier. There will be some VERY special guests joining Jazz for the night, so make sure to RSVP at thehundreds.com/spitset-4.
The Hundreds is proud to announce that Atlanta rapper Father will making a Cry $$$ tour stop at our Los Angeles flagship store (7907 Rosewood Blvd.) TODAY, July 27th, for an in-store signing and the release of a limited edition T-shirt.
Chris Harris interviews the headliner of The Hundreds’ free Spitset show this Wednesday, Toronto-based rapper Jazz Cartier, about carving his own path out of his city and straight to the top of Canada’s hip-hop history.
NikeLab ACG Tech Shirt – The reprise of the Nike ACG imprint shouldn’t have surprised anyone, but the quality of their products definitely have. Just take a look at their latest Tech Shirt. Made from lightweight, water-repellent nylon, the Tech Shirt has a crisp, clean look while built for inclement weather. The shirt also arrives […]
Since becoming a viral sensation, we’ve been patiently waiting for the American remix for “It G Ma,” the buzzing hit from Korean superstar Keith Ape. The over the top response to what the people have been waiting for has blown us away. With verses contributed by the likes of Father, Dumbfoundead, Waka Flocka Flame, and ASAP Ferg, this new […]
#TheHundredsPanorama is a weekend feature of our global community’s week in photos. In this edition, we feature a portrait of Pusha T at the University of Miami, the unveiling of an Oslo memorial, and a perfect street snap in Malaysia.
Goodie Mob representative Big Gipp shares 5 things you should know about their group, like what the group’s name means, to hearing Tupac’s diss track “Hit Em Up” for the first time at the Death Row studio.
Live & Grow, the debut album from LA native Casey Veggies, is looking to be a classic when it arrives this September. Known around town for years, the young artist has served fans waiting for his new release with a crazy animated video orchestrated by The Artist Mike Rob for his Hit-Boy-produced banger, “The Boy.” […]
The Hundreds Summer 2015 Semi-Annual Sale marches on. Starting today, July 24, head over to one of the four The Hundreds Flagship Locations or the Online Shop to receive up to 60% off just about everything. The offer continues until next Sunday, July 26.
Illest Fall/Winter 2015 – Illest has been reppin’ California culture for a long minute now, and while they’re heavy in the car market, Mark Arcenal and his crew give some love to the b-boy scene. For Fall 2015, Illest looks to acclaimed b-boy Kareem to showcase the latest range of graphic T-shirts, athletic joggers, vests, […]
We catch up with co-founder of Hex, Trent Valladares, and learn about the history behind the mysterious VW bus, what collaborations HEX has done in the past, and where Trent draws his inspiration from.
Vans Slip-On Sophisticated – The Vans Slip-On has always been viewed as the ultimate beater shoe. Serious slacker Jeff Spicoli rocked them all throughout Fast Times to solidify these joints in burnout history. Vans has different plans and upgrade these casual and comfortable skate shoes with new textiles. Using a new range of sophisticated materials […]
Having had a good experience capturing the SMIB guys in their natural habitat, Texas figured it was time to invade yet another group of up-and-coming creative individuals in the Dutch rap industry. This time Yung Internet, a group of three.
“I think once I… started drawing purely for pleasure, that’s when my style really began to develop.” Irish-born artist Laura Callaghan discusses her incredibly vivid color palette, & the empowerment that comes from drawing women.
In the aftermath of the attack on MI6, James Bond returns in the 24th addition to the franchise Spectre. His 4th time reprising the iconic role, Daniel Craig is paired up against the evil cunning of Christopher Waltz. Watch the trailer and get ready for another Bond epic in theaters this November.
Champion Life 2015 Fall Collection – Champion went from supplying the NBA to being the uniform of dads riding in mowers. The brand has had its downs and is making its way up by choice collaborations with Supreme and other streetwear brands. For Fall 2015, the brand tries their hand at its own premium collection […]
Rob Fee digs hilariously deep into the history of the “exclusively industrial” LA city where The Hundreds Homebase actually is. A city, he says, is “only a façade for making piles of money and wearing a tiny top hat” aka Monopoly.
Not much is known about Radio Silence, the upcoming 3rd album by UK titan James Blake. But in a recent interview with Esquire, the gospel-influenced Brit did reveal that he was collaborating with past partners Kanye West and Bon Iver, as well as Justin Vernon. “I can confirm that they’re on it,” Blake told the […]
“I feel like the loss of individualism after kids is something that every generation has had to deal with on some level. Ours is one that actually has an emotional language to navigate through it. I see hope in our generation when it comes to this.”
Saturdays Surf NYC Spring/Summer 2016- It seems like summer finally got underway, but in the fast-paced world of fashion, Saturdays is already looking into 2016. This New York-based brand continues to crush it with their clean approach to casual sportswear while adding an element of refinement. Saturdays has always been chill, and the warm season […]
Currently downloading on the 5th page of our iPhones is Beme, yet another social sharing app. YouTube personality and producer Casey Neistat developed this app to deliver your “Authentic Self” to the social media world. Users cannot review nor edit each 4-second video clip they create on Beme, and viewers cannot “comment” or “like,” but instead can […]
Squashing the last 50 years of Cold War isolation, the United States and Cuba reopened their embassies in each other’s respective capitals today. A sign of the private diplomatic endeavors by the Obama administration towards the communist island, many see the restoration of diplomatic relations as a move towards the eventual lifting of the trade […]
“I don’t think twice about anything I throw on, it just happens.” Vanessa chats with Tommy Genesis, Awful Records’ newest signee, to learn more about how she managed to release a new single, music video, and album all in one month.
INVINCIBLE x fragment design x Medicom – INVINCIBLE is one of the few stores in Taiwan that carries fragment, and with this longstanding partnership the two brands come together to welcome Medicom to the fray. The three brands release two limited edition pocket T-shirts for Summer. Using the Bearbrick silhouette and the fragment design lighting […]
“More music, less prudence.” Author Texas Schiffmacher takes us along for a wild ride in the Red Light District, drinking Tequila, bashing on quinoa, and supporting the independent Red Light Radio, which operates out of a former prostitution window.
An incredibly rare incident took the surf world by storm this morning, when three-time world surfing champ Mick Fanning was caught on live television and webcast this morning narrowly escaping a shark attack. The Inertia reported that during the J-Bay open off the coast of South Africa, Fanning was in the Final round against Julian Wilson, when a […]
In one of our most expansive and colorful editions of #TheHundredsPanorama yet, photos submitted by contributors this week span from Greece, to Sandy, Utah, to Svalbard. See a shot of street performers in New Orleans, a street fight in the middle of America, an Eid al-Fitr morning prayer in Singapore, and more.
The digital work has changed the music realm once gain. As of July 10, the music industry has declared that albums will now be released on Fridays instead of the traditional Tuesday. Originally set up in the US to encourage potential buyers to flock to retailers such as Tower and Walmart, differing international releases and […]
mastermind JAPAN x Reebok Instapump Fury – For a retired company, mastermind JAPAN is still working pretty hard. The premium Japanese brand’s latest project is with Reebok, and for this round, they take on the classic Instapump Fury. Using a brooding black, the uppers are a mix of different textiles and features the mastermind JAPAN […]
“[Photographer] Alexis has a knack for not only capturing compelling scenes, but also conveying a sensory experience, be it the electricity of kids at a punk show or the sensual lethargy of girls hanging around drinking in their underwear.”
Photographer Paul “Animal” Chan stumbled upon a career shooting history-making shots of hip-hop artists before they became household names. Check out our sneak peek to his show this Monday at Kinfolk 94 “OFF SAFETY.”
With Hillary Clinton widely in the lead as we get closer to the initial Iowa caucus that sets the tone for who will be the democratic presidential nominee, rival Bernie Sanders just got some added ammunition: the Based God is on his side. Hip hop and cultural icon Lil B has recently gone on his […]
Photographer Paul “Animal” Chan stumbled upon a career shooting history-making shots of hip-hop artists before they became household names. This Monday, July 20th, his show “OFF SAFETY” will be at Kinfolk 94 in New York.
Pro Era x Crooks & Castles – Joey Badass and his Pro Era crew linked up with Southern California-based Crooks & Castles for a special “PROxCONS” summer capsule collection. Using A Tribe Called Quest’s Low End Theory colors as inspiration, the familiar black, green, and red color scheme is used to dress up a handful of […]
Brian Sin catches up with Creep Street’s founder Boris, to learn more about his pinnacle move from Queens to LA and how he left a corporate job to pursue his uniquely punk and horror-inspired streetwear brand full-time.
After a recent collaboration with seminal rap group Run the Jewels, Marvel Comics has issued forth a new series that pays homage to classic hip hop album covers by reinterpreting them with superheroes from the Marvel Universe. Featuring tributes to artists from Wu Tang, Lauryn Hill and De La Soul, to Dr. Dre and 50 […]
Katie Rosenthal interviews one of the funniest people ever, artist/comedian Casey Jane Ellison, who will be in LA this weekend at MOCA’s Step and Repeat. They talk gender, performance, humor, and the Internet. Oh, and the ice caps.
Pleasures – Alex James’s work at Publish has led him to another creative project. Pleasures acts as an art project that crosses many visual aspects; allowing an unfiltered vision of fashion. Using legendary The Smiths’ frontman Morrissey as inspiration, this collection dives into photography and typography across different fashion mediums. Using premium cotton T-shirts, nylon […]
The Hundreds Summer 2015 Semi-Annual Sale marches on. Starting today, July 15th, head over to one of the four The Hundreds Flagship Locations or the Online Shop to receive up to 40% off just about everything. The offer continues until next Tuesday, July 21st.
Mongster, a slimy-skinned creature whose tale teaches readers not to be boxed in by labels, comes to life in a collaboration by two modern LA-based creatives: illustrator Audrey Lee and Crooks & Castles’ Benjamin Chi.
Fool’s Gold Day Off, the traveling festival thrown by the iconic New York label ran by A-Trak, has just announced this year’s lineup. Starting on the 7th of September, the annual Fest will debut at 50 Kent and continue to push forward its mission of presenting electronic and hip-hop acts together. Featuring such acts like […]
“Wow, this is not a Linkin Park song at all. Do I wanna open that door?” Mike Shinoda talks plans for the future of Fort Minor and his performance as a solo-artist as he delves back into the hip-hop world.
Dover Street Market x UNDERCOVER – After a successful campaign with Supreme, Japan’s UNDERCOVER moves onto another familiar Supreme collaborator. Dover Street Market is the latest to team up with the Japanese label and the promising collection starts off with the brand’s signature “U” logo. Unlike the usual tonal “U,” this one has a repeating […]
Photographer Shawn Bush has worked with clients like Vice and The New York Times, but his latest project takes him to North Dakota, home to 150 of the nation’s 450 nuclear intercontinental ballistic missiles built during the Cold War.
The honorable Satoru Iwata, president of gaming legend Nintendo, passed this weekend due to complications from a bile duct tumor. The champion who led the aging company towards the future with the Nintendo Wii and Nintendo DS is known as the man who made Nintendo survive the financial troubles that other Japanese developers like SEGA […]
Some things don’t need words, but “holy shit” are the only two that are suitable for the newly-released DC cinematic universe trailer, Suicide Squad. Following a group of villains—Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn, Jai Courtney as Captain Boomerang, Will Smith as Deadshit, Jared Leto as the Joker, and more—coerced into working for the government, the David […]
Comic-Con was blessed this weekend with the opportunity to view the elusive trailer for the new addition to the X-Men canon that Marvel has been working on—X-Men: Apocalypse. “Playing Wolverine is the greatest part I’ve ever had in my life,” longtime Wolverine Hugh Jackman said during the panel in San Diego, amongst a crowd packed […]
Nike Air Jordan Retro 7 “Bordeux” - There are some sneakers known simply by their nicknames, and this particular Jordan 7 happens to be one of them. The sneaker is largely black and grey nubuck, but the hint of burgundy on the tongue, Jumpman, and outsole has them affectionately known as “Bordeaux.” For this retro release, […]
Over the past couple of years, the landscape of the skateboard industry has been changing. Small independent brands run by skaters with pedigrees have emerged, giving larger, more established companies a run for their shelf space at the local shop.
#TheHundredsPanorama is our global community’s week in photos, featuring photography in this edition from Kowloon, Hong Kong; a portrait in Vigo, Spain; a street snap in Williamsburg, New York; and more.
10.Deep 2015 Summer “VCTRY” Lookbook – I can’t help but think of Kevin Dillion’s Johnny “Drama” chase streaming as Tarvold when I see the words “VICTORY,” but there’s no doubt 10.Deep is owning these words with their drop. The summer delivery continues to show 10.Deep’s appreciation and understanding of sportswear. Instead of flipping logos, adjusting […]