In anticipation of the The Hundreds Fall 2014 collection's release tomorrow for our flagship locations (and Monday for our Online Shop), we’re highlighting a few of our favorite headwear items from the heavily ’90s Hip-Hop-inspired drop below. If you’re interested in seeing more, yesterday we featured apparel.
The Hundreds Fall 2014 Delivery 1 showcases a late ’80s, early ’90s West Coast Hip-Hop rendition of The Hundreds’ classic stylings. The headwear offerings complete the loop—a nostalgic nod to the adolescent tribalism of music listeners during that pre-Internet culture era. A time when “the borders between music fan communities were starkly drawn according to style of dress,” says Bobby Hundreds, “Nowadays, ask a kid what music he listens to and he’ll probably say, ‘Everything,’ and his generic, conventional attire would reflect that.” Fall 2014 for The Hundreds stands for the individualism and simultaneous mob mentality of music fans in the ’90s on both coasts—the bands of brothers.
“OE” New EraTM 29/20 fitted cap
“LAND” Painter’s Cap
“PLAYER” Snap-Back Cap
“BOOKS” Snap-Back Cap
“SHIELD” Snap-Back Cap
“KING” Snap-Back Cap
“OE” Bucket Hat