LA streetwear giants The Hundreds decide to take a slightly different direction for their Spring 2015 collection, avoiding the more thematic approach to deliver a mature release for the season.
The collection sees the brand reconnect with its roots, fusing Californian workwear styles with elements of streetwear, focusing in on construction and quality of the garments throughout. Alongside considered graphics and a mixture of traditional and technical fabrications, The Hundreds have also added in 3 custom prints – the ‘Era Camo’ which is a revamp of the classic woodland camo, the marijuana inspired ‘Crazin’ print and finally the ‘Constellation’ print which pays homage to the mountains of Santa Fe. The Spring release also sees the second season of the brands nano-technology that repels dirt, water and oil without adding weight or taking away from the colour or feel of the garment.
As a fan of The Hundreds, its great to see the brand continue to grow with their customer. Heavy branding and bold graphics have become a thing of the past, and they have recognised that. The focus the brand is putting on the finish and detailing is delivering great results, as well as maintaining elements that we’ve come to love about The Hundreds.