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This Week's Best Streetwear Drops: From The Hundreds to Born X Raised

Check out our favorite streetwear drops of the week, hand-picked by our editors.


The Hundreds Fall '23 Collection

The theme of streetwear label The Hundred’s latest capsule collection is nostalgia as the brand revisits its 20-year history over a collection of redesigned logos, slogans, patterns, and graphics that take shape in t-shirts, jackets, and accessories. Outerwear takes the spotlight of the collection, with bold patterns like printed crocodile, camo, and animal-inspired graphics. A notable green denim jacket features embroidered black skulls and snakes, while a fleece letterman jacket doubles as a customizable piece for patches and pins amongst its embroidery and slogans. Classic items such as hoodies, crewnecks, and t-shirts are just as vibrant and perfect for the functional layering aspect of this collection. Accessories include beanies, caps, socks, and even a Nalgene water bottle. Check out the collection on The Hundreds website.


Dime Fall '23 Collection

Comfort and cozy themes can be found in skatewear brand Dime’s latest drop to prepare for the fall season. The Montreal-based label has chosen to expand upon its collection of windbreakers with this latest drop, with different colorways now available in shades of cream, black, grey, and blue. Other outwear options, such as utility jackets and quarter zip pullovers, focus on darker hues, such as emerald green and navy, constructed from denim or corduroy fabrics. Unique pieces highlighting the collection against its more versatile pieces include studded chore jackets, X-ray skeletal t-shirts, and matching sweatpants. Knit whimsical beanies with happy flowers and the Dime logo, caps with Dime logo patches, and a canvas backpack are just a few of the accessories of the drop. Check out the drop on Dime’s website.


Born X Raised x Dodgers

Born X Raised is back with a new collaboration with the MLB team, the LA Dodgers, in honor of the label’s late founder, Chris “Spanto” Printup, who supported the Dodgers as his hometown baseball team. This is not the first time Born X Raised has collaborated with the MLB team, yet this collection of ready-to-wear items feels more special in honor of Spanto with his favorite baseball team. The collection, titled “Blue Heaven,” ranges from crewneck sweaters, hoodies, and t-shirts, in signature colors of blue, brown, black, and white, inscribed with the Born X Raised script and the Dodgers' infamous LA logo. A baseball hat highlights the crossover between the label and the MLB team with a textural layering of both logos on the front. The campaign itself, the last campaign Spanto oversaw, also highlights the crossover of Spanto’s love of the sport of Charreria and the sport of baseball, taking place in a sports arena while models are surrounded by horses and Western themes. Check out the collection on the Born X Raised website.


JJJJound "European Vacation" Collection

Simplicity and elegance have a place within the streetwear community thanks to Montreal-based label JJJJound and the latest collection reminiscent of a European summer with a bit more of the streetwear characteristics that keep things cool and relaxed. In this “European Vacation” collection, JJJJound elevates streetwear to a classier level with polished lightweight fabrics in beige, white, sage green, and black. Matching sets are not hard to find, yet they are akin to streetwear culture with cargo pants and a utility jacket. A linen button-down jacket and tonal linen shorts align with the typical European summer fashion, and oversized hoodies and crewnecks with matching shorts or pants remain cool and relaxed. One graphic t-shirt, calling for “Less of everything 4 ever,” carries the collection’s graphics selection, while a plain white bucket hat and two styles of tote bags carry the selection of accessories. Check out the collection on the JJJJound website.



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