For this summer season, The Hundreds are paying homage to their California roots. With a focus on workwear as well as pop and surf cultures, the streetwear brand has revamped classic silhouettes by utilizing lighter fabrics such as cotton linen and loop terry.
The Summer 2016 delivery sees the introduction of the "Wilted State" pattern, which features a number of hand-drawn California native plants such as holly, lilac, fried egg flowers and black-eyed-susans. Standouts include the "Coastal" short sleeve woven that has been done up in cotton linen and the "Marvin" short-sleeve hoodie and "Pool" shorts, both of which are meant to be worn just after leaving the water. Also highlighted, among other items, is the updated "Slick" T-shirt that is made from a loosely knit waffle pique piece, making it noticeably more breathable.
The Hundreds' Summer 2016 collection will be available in stores and online beginning April 7.
After getting a look at the streetwear brand's new delivery, be sure to check out their technologically advanced INTER.ACTIVE line.