L.A. lifestyle and stylised workwear remain the backbone of The Hundreds’ approach to apparel design this Spring.
Experimenting with boxy, oversized fits, hybrid/reversible garments, and new fabrications like engineered jacquard knits and reverse sateen. The youthful take on sophisticated menswear materials and patterns such as the custom H-checkered pattern which, appears throughout the Spring collection in homage to ‘80s British Ska and the 2 Tone movement, whose black and white checkered pattern symbolises harmony between blacks and whites. Decades later, the message is just as necessary as America sits divided between red and blue, and communities are stricken with violence between the blue and black.
Standout pieces this season continue The Hundreds Los Angeles lifestyle narrative. The classic chino Penn shorts are made of stretch selvedge twill with a drawstring waistband; the Generation crew-neck sweatshirt and Broke snap-back cap are both nods to California car culture; the Franklin short-sleeve woven made of cotton micro twill is a new take on the classic mechanics shirt and features a zipper front opening. Season highlights with an oversized silhouette: The boxy Campbell pullover hooded sweatshirt in cozy sherpa fleece has vintage puff printing along the sleeves, and the Well jacket made of lightweight cotton twill is an oversized mac coat with a corduroy collar.
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