The Hundreds Releases ‘60s-Inspired Eyewear Collection
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Streetwear titan The Hundreds expands its obsession with ‘60s Californian culture with its latest eyewear collection, inspired by icons Janis Joplin and Natalie Wood. Fusing styles from the rock ‘n’ roll era with vintage Hollywood, the glasses feature acetate frames, metal cores, and polarized lenses—two styles juxtaposed for a heightened narrative. The Janis style boasts a circular frame in black with green lenses, the quote “You can destroy your now by worrying about tomorrow” etched into the right arm. The Natalie features a tortoiseshell frame in a wayfarer shape with brown lenses, “The constant attention is what is so difficult” inscribed inside. Both have The Hundreds’ wildfire and bomb logos, heavy duty silver hinges and hardware, carrying cases, and cleaning cloths included within. The range is a characteristic release from the brand, having proven its dedication to re-imagining mainstream and underground culture. Its recent Red Letter collection paired early British skinhead vibes with Californian surf and skate tendencies, a movement out of which the label was born.
The Hundreds eyewear collection is available online now.