The Hundreds is proud to present a look at our The Hundreds Winter 2015 Studio Lookbook. The Hundreds Winter 2015 is now available at all flagship locations, selected retailers, and in the Online Shop.
Inspired by the clean silhouettes of ‘70s California workwear and the youth culture that later reappropriated their stylings, The Hundreds Winter 2015 arrives in a dark color palette on denim, micro twill, hickory stripe, cotton ottoman, flannel and wool blends for inclement weather. With a focus on outerwear, we took cues from classic functional and durable workwear garments like the chore jacket and shop jacket, and updated them with contemporary, tech-oriented textiles for the collection.
Highlights from the Winter 2015 collection: The “Hesher” pant is a cropped straight fit chino, inspired by hemmed workwear pants; our Nano Nep Denim is a selvedge jean with a brushed denim feel; the “Gangland” jacket in bonded denim with fleece is a nod to the chore jacket, made with lightweight materials; reinterpreting the streetwear staple cheetah print, our “Hyena Spot” all over print is a reference to our mascot, who always has the “First Strike, Last Laugh”; and our “Deck” jacket in Nylon Cordura and red quilted nylon lining arrives with functional zip-away hood and sleeves to become a vest. Water, dirt, and oil repellent Nanocoat technology makes a comeback on select pieces in the collection.
See the Winter 2015 lookbook shot by Julian Berman here.