The Hundreds Winter 2018 collection was designed to gear up in warm, comfortable, easy layers in a muted jewel-tone palette. Technical fabrics in oversized silhouettes mix with a subdued colour palette for a twist on seasonal layering, on highlights like the quilted and lined plaid “Strand” jacket and 6 wale 100% cotton corduroy “Cypress” pullover. The Hundreds went bold with exaggerated details and mixed media logo treatments on pieces like the “Stalker” pullover, with a graphic that uses plastisol print, puff print, embroidery, chenille patches, and tackle twill appliques. Muted colour-ways like mustard, eggplant, and olive pair with impactful logo placement and lush fabrications.
These Winter 2018 pieces are built to weather the elements, equally suited both for the great outdoors and the city block, from our water resistant “Wrightwood” puffer jacket with its heavy feather down fill to our “Trench” cargo pants and modern “Canyon” mock neck in warm 370gsm color-blocked furry fleece (arrives with matching “Quartet” sweatpants for a monochromatic look). Meanwhile, seasonal printables centred on stylised typography and hand-drawn graphics inspired by classic illustration; collaborated with Melbourne-based artist Sam Octigan on the mysticism-inspired charcoal-drawn “Found” T-shirt. Accessories highlights include a side bag and pencil case, both updated in durable 100 denier nylon.