In celebration of the release of The Hundreds’ Fall 2014 Delivery Three which drops this Thursday, we’re coming at you with another set of highlights, handpicked by Bobby and Ben. Check out what the guys selected from Fall Delivery One and Delivery Two (both of which are available now). Here’s a look at our favorite ’90s East Coast Hip-Hop-inspired apparel items from D3. Stay tuned throughout the week for more looks at accessories, headwear, and more.
The Hundreds’ Fall 2014 collection draws from the stark disparities in music genre fashion in the late ’80s, early-to-mid ’90s. Fall’s first delivery put that generation of West Coast Hip Hop on blast, with Delivery Two and Three paying homage to early ’90s East Coast Hip Hop, a silo that operated aggressively like none other. 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.
To read about the hip-hop-inspired Fall 2014 collection as a whole, check this out.
“MASON” Long-Sleeve Shirt
“WUL PEACOAT” Jacket
“RAP AROUND” Pullover Hooded Sweatshirt
“TRENCH” Long-Sleeve Shirt
“GET UP” Crew-Neck Sweatshirt
“HIGHLINE PUFFER” Jacket