The Hundreds recently released the latest collaboration with Epitaph Records, available in limited quantities at the Hundreds flagship locations and its online shop.
“From bands to brands, The Hundreds and Epitaph is a celebration of all things independent, and a testament of how far passion and great work can take you.”
– Bobby Hundreds
Founded by Bad Religion guitarist Brett Gurewitz in 1980, Epitaph Records is an institution. It started as what Gurewitz described as a “logo and a P.O. Box,” created specifically to release Bad Religion albums, and soon grew from its humble beginnings in Hollywood, California, to become an epicenter of independent spirit and punk rock music – home to some of the world’s most eminent punk bands like Refused, Descendents, Pennywise, Rancid and more. It’s been 36 years since its beginnings, and the Epitaph mantra still rings loud and true.
The Hundreds X Epitaph Records is an ode to the band T-shirt. Along with a collaborative logo tee, we’ve flipped the album art of our four favorite Epitaph releases: Bad Religion’s Recipe for Hate, Refused’s The Shape of Punk to Come, Pennywise’s Unknown Road, and Descendents’ Everything Sucks. Each shirt prominently features the track listing on the back, and arrives in unexpected modern streetwear colorways.
The Descendents are a punk rock band formed in 1977 in Manhattan Beach, California by guitarist Frank Navetta, bassist Tony Lombardo and drummer Bill Stevenson
Although The Hundreds is inspired by California Culture, they are far more than just a California Brand. As the birthplace of skateboarding, West coast hip-hop, and streetwear, Southern California, and The Hundreds, influence transcends borders and drives global attitudes and style.
Pennywise, formed in 1988, is an American punk rock band from Hermosa Beach, California. Its name is derived from the monster, “It,” from the Stephen King novel of the same name.
It wasn’t long before Epitaph’s roster expanded beyond Los Angeles, providing the platform from one of Bobby Hundreds favorite bands, Refused (from Sweden).
The Lula crew is stoked about The Hundreds’s new music-inspired collection.
On top of that we salute to the latest Fall 16, tracking by The Hundred’s root-updating traditional California-inspired workwear with contemporary fabric and techniques. Most excitingly, the collection’s lookbook was shot on location in the Philippines by Aly Mananquil featuring models Nika Higashionna & Julio del Prado as part of #thehundredsXlookbook contest.
Check here: https://thehundreds.com/campaigns/fall16.html
The Hundreds is carried worldwide, with flagship locations in L.A.’s Fairfax district, San Francisco’s Union Square,and SoHo, New York. Can’t wait to see their next new story coming up. So what’s your favorite band in this collection?
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