This week Staple has dropped off its new Fall 2015 collection. The autumn lineup was inspired by ’90s sneaker and sports cultures, as the brand chose to implement bright and bold designs on familiar pieces.Read More
Now into their twelfth year of existence, California streetwear mainstay continues its evolution with an emphasis on cut and sew styles for Fall 2015. While the brand has long since been well known for bright colors and graphic pieces, this particular range of workwear-inspired items is a nod to the inner city youth subcultures of the West Coast. The line is largely comprised of numerous canvas, twill, denim and flannel styles, noted through a series of muted earth tones.
Simple streetwear staples are still featured within the delivery, albeit in progressive form. Waterproof materials, lightweight fabrics, and dirt and oil repellant technologies showcase the progressive approach that The Hundreds has taken for the new fall selection. Upon getting a peek at the Fall 2015 lookbook above, you can expect the styles to arrive at The Hundreds and select stockists on July 30.