Showing Posts From "August 2017"

A Brief History of Pioneering West Coast Streetwear Brand XLARGE

The Hundreds Staff :: 08.30.2017
A brief history of pioneering West Coast streetwear brand XLARGE, and why their influence on street style, irreverent attitude, raw aesthetic, and dedication to great design remain highly influenti... Read more

The Founders of XLARGE & Friends Discuss West Coast Streetwear's Origins

The Hundreds Staff :: 08.29.2017
Pioneering streetwear brand XLARGE's founders Eli Bonerz & Adam Silverman, graffiti legend OG Slick, & music king Money Mark have a conversation about West Coast streetwear's origins. Get r... Read more

Color & Energy :: A New Orleans Photo Essay by David Rivera

David Rivera :: 08.28.2017
Photographer and The Hundreds designer David Rivera sought to the capture the vibrant energy and colorful aura of New Orleans through his lens. Read more

"Do We Even Belong Here?" :: Writer/Director/Actor Justin Chon Talks His New Film 'Gook'

Tara Aquino :: 08.24.2017
We catch up with writer/director/actor, Justin Chon, to discuss his new movie 'Gook,' set in Los Angeles during the 1992 race riots, why he needed to make this film, and the distorted representatio... Read more

We Interviewed David Burstein, the 28-Year-Old Who Predicted Trump's Election in 2015

Jensen Karp :: 08.21.2017
Jensen Karp talks to the 28-year-old political psychic wunderkind who predicted Trump's election. As the world crumbles around us, we wanetd to see if he had anything else that could blow our minds... Read more

Behind the Shirt :: An Ode to Three Frogs Memorialized in Advertising History

Kazie Holiday :: 08.16.2017
We pay homage to three of the (quite possibly) most famous frogs in America—the Budweiser frogs—in this special feature of "Behind the Shirt." Read more

Matt Spicer's 'Ingrid Goes West' Is an LA Intervention

Tara Aquino :: 08.15.2017
We discuss personal brand as currency and postured individuality with the cast of Ingrid Goes West, which tells the story of an obsessive and lonely fangirl, Ingrid (Aubrey Plaza), who takes her in... Read more

The Hundreds Fall 2017 Eyewear :: New Colorways for the "Natalie" and "Tex" Sunglasses

Kazie Holiday :: 08.10.2017
The Hundreds' Fall 2017 eyewear collection is available now, with new colorways of our beloved "Tex" and "Natalie" frames. Read more

The Kings of Call :: Who Were the Jerky Boys?

Jensen Karp :: 08.09.2017
Jensen Karp retraces the story of the Jerky Boys, two friends from Queens whose prank phone calls flipped the '90s on its head and shifted the way we view comedy. Read more

"We Want the Skate Scene to Explode" :: Meet WAFFLESNCREAM, Nigeria's First Skate Crew

The Hundreds Staff :: 08.07.2017
"We want pro skaters coming out of Lagos. We want to see African skaters on a global stage skating for our own reasons. We want people’s jaws to drop when they see what we can do. Here it's like li... Read more

8 Things You Didn't Know About Who Framed Roger Rabbit

Zio :: 08.02.2017
In the early 1990s, when we saw Who Framed Roger Rabbit on VHS for the first time, we were mesmerized by this window into two worlds we had never seen before. It confirmed something we had already ... Read more

The Hundreds Fall 2017 Lookbook

Kazie Holiday :: 08.02.2017
We were inspired by our own staff and founders this season, and our RSWD regulars on the block, whose eclectic personal style is a nod to streetwear’s intersection with fashion, vintage sportswear,... Read more