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The Hundreds’s Red Letter line has unveiled its Spring 2017 collection, inspired by the streetwear of the early 2000s.

The assortment riffs on workwear, military garments and classic heritage silhouettes, all in baggy, oversized fits. Highlights include the oversized military parka with a buffalo plaid removable jacket liner, the “Arlington” oversized hooded long-sleeve shirt inspired by ’90s coastal California, and the “Emerson” brushed-cotton plaid flannel long-sleeve shirt in a delightful teal blue.

The Hundreds Red Letter is one of Bobby Hundreds’s personal projects in which he oversees the design process from beginning to end, and even shoots the lookbook. This latest collection is available to shop right now exclusively at The Hundreds flagship stores and online shop.

Meanwhile, in other fashion news, Vetements teams with Carhartt for a workwear lover’s dream.

Daniel is the editor of Highsnobiety Life. He grew up in north of England and is now based in Berlin.

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