Photo of the The Hundreds x Cross Colours 2014 Collection.

The Hundreds x Cross Colours 2014 Collection

The Hundreds is reviving a classic staple of ‘90s era fashion in their latest collaboration with Cross Colours, which is known for being one of the pre-eminent streetwear brands of the decade, with rambunctious graphics that play on vibrant colors. The collaboration with The Hundreds encompasses a handful of graphic t-shirts and headwear, decking the Los Angeles-based brand in the signature Cross Colours aesthetic. Morally driven messages also grace the tees, including the promotion of peace and a discouragement of prejudice and racism.

You can recapture that nostalgic streetwear feeling when The Hundreds x Cross Colours 2014 Collection hits The Hundreds’ flagships on August 21.

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