The Hundreds Fall 2018 explores the uniquely West Coast intersection of streetwear, workwear, and sport. Find new fabrications of plush faux fur, chunky sherpa, and water-resistant coated nylon on vintage sportswear-inspired garments and a sunny Californian take on military styles. The collection feels distinctly West Coast, with oversized, baggy fits, and a muted vintage-washed primary color palette.
This season, we’re excited to introduce two new custom patterns: a hand-painted watercolor camo in unexpected colorways of Deep Purple and a mustard-toned Dusty Olive, and a striking black-on-white allover print of classic The Hundreds graphics found throughout our 15-year history. As a nod to both classic sportswear and forward-thinking streetwear, varsity-style chenille patches appear throughout the Fall collection in our new Old English “Old h” logo, with bold, thoughtful placements.
Check out our lookbook below, shot in San Francisco.
Photographer: Robb Klassen
Stylist: Erica Hernandez
Director: Alexander Spit