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The Hundreds Winter 2017 Lookbook

The Hundreds Winter 2017 Lookbook

By Kazie Holiday

The Hundreds is proud to announce the release of our Winter 2017 collection, available this Thursday, October 26, at flagship locations, authorized stockists, and thehundreds.com. The lookbook was shot by our co-founder Bobby Hundreds, featuring models Sideshow and Joshua Scroggins.

We considered late-’90s-era streetwear and the ominous new millennium as an undertone when we composed The Hundreds Winter 2017, which led to military-inspired garments with technical details for functionality, unrestricted baggy fits for mobility, pop color accents for visibility, and minimal but thoughtful logo placements for awareness. Key highlights this season include the use of water repellent Nano coating, durable heavyweight knits and fleece, warm down-filled puffer outerwear, utilitarian headwear, and a variety of heavy-duty travel accessories.

Winter 2017 highlights: The workwear-inspired “Cedar” jacket comes in navy wool plaid and our “Palm Tiger Camo” cotton ripstop, and features insulated poly fill and a contrast sherpa collar; the “Fellow” T-shirt, inspired by surf & skate striped tees of the ‘90s; the minimalist “Mason” long-sleeve with its subtle mock neck rib collar and drop-shoulder detail; the “End” pullover, featuring a new approach to color-blocking with printed vertical stripes and contrast solids. The “Conrad” denim button-up is our take on a simplified modern workwear shirt jacket in rinse-washed mid-weight cotton denim for a broken-in handfeel; it pairs perfectly with our rinse-washed “Sherwin” painter’s pants for a West Coast look. The “Peck” jacket is a blend of two iconic jackets: using fabrication from an MA-1 flight jacket, we restructured it as a fishtail parka in water-resistant nylon twill, heavily insulated poly fill, and taffeta lining.

Our new “Rev” dad hat is a tech flip on the silhouette, made of water resistant poly nylon with high density print logos on the sides. We went heavy-duty with accessories this season with our theme in mind: the “Breakaway” pouch in 650 Denier Nylon is a must for travel necessities with a slew of elastic holders on the inside; the “Bar Logo” laundry is inspired by dual handle military travel bags, made of heavy, durable cotton canvas with a foldover metal grommet closure. Graphic T-shirts this season are more minimal in color choice, with focus on hand-drawn elements and wordplay, like our “Motions” shirt; we added commas between the iconic “EAT SHIT AND DIE” slogan so that it reads “EAT, SHIT, AND DIE”—the definition of life.

 

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