We are excited to present The Hundreds Summer 2019 collection.
This Summer 2019 is California casual through The Hundreds' lens: laid-back, colourful classics, Baja beach culture, and locals-inspired, easy-to-wear, standout pieces. The brand have incorporated several new tie-dye techniques on both tops and bottoms, like on the Yucatan short-sleeve woven, a vertical tie-dye version of a classic guayabera shirt in crisp cotton poplin. Breezy allover print button-ups like the Dotty short-sleeve woven offer both a take on Los Angeles Lifestyle with the Welcome To LA allover print, and an abstract exotic brush stroke design with the Birds of Paradise print.
The new Wildfire checkerboard pattern can be found on the Check short-sleeve poplin woven and on matching Point hybrid shorts in taslan nylon, made to be worn both in and out of the water. The collection also includes a number of new, surf-inspired, yarn dyed knit T-shirts in all kinds of stripes - engineered stripes, gradient stripes, jacquard logo stripes, and more.
On the graphic T-shirt end, the Angeleno shirt is an extremely West Coast version of a classic NYC magazine logo mascot (complete with an LA hat), with other graphics serving as commentary on smartphone addiction, youth culture, and... doughnuts. There's a very shadowy, mysterious version of the Adam Bomb in there, too.
Headwear is here to fight the Summer heat: the Active snapback is a modern take on a classic baseball cap, done in a sweat-wicking performance poly blend fabric, and the Dap snapback is a trucker-style hat executed completely in breathable mesh.