Global streetwear giants The Hundreds follow up their Spring release with another considered collection for the season, drawing inspiration from the Californian summer.
Recent seasons have seen the brand revisit their heritage and take a more mature approach towards design. Their latest offering follows similar themes, incorporating workwear styles and combining vibrant colour ways with a sportswear aesthetics to create a relaxed collection suitable for the warmer months.
There are the expected staples with graphic focused and striped tees and vintage inspired headwear, but the brands cut and sew takes centre stage with embroidered baseball shirts, casual shirting and colour blocked sweaters along with stand out pieces including the wool poncho and a selection of pattered shorts.
A number of custom prints and patterns have been utilised throughout that epitomise the laid back summer vibes that the brands home state has to offer, whether its chilling on the beach with a bonfire or quick trips across the border, the collection is a solid representation of LA streetwear. A selection of key looks from the brands Summer 2015 offering have showcased in this minimal studio lookbook above.