This week The Hundreds are set to drop off their new 2017 eyewear collection. Comprised of two styles, the glasses draw inspiration from a pair of iconic female pop culture icons, one emerging from '60s rock-and-roll and the other from the golden era of Hollywood.
The "Tex" silhouette has been decked out with a camo-esque tortoise frame, paired alongside orange mirrored lenses and boasting The Hundreds' “Bar” logo in gold foil.
The "Natalie" in turn emulates the elegance, beauty and class embodied during 1950s Hollywood, featuring a matte black exterior with grey lenses. Both styles then include polarized lenses.
Per usual, the new sunglasses also welcome a quote from the influencers that inspired them. The Tex reads "You can destroy your now by worrying about tomorrow,” while Natalie notes "The constant attention is what is so difficult.”
You'll be able to shop The Hundreds' 2017 eyewear assortment beginning August 10 in stores and online.
Now be sure to check out the streetwear imprint's recent Jackson Pollock capsule.