The Hundreds Unveils Star Wars Collaboration: A Nostalgic Ode to The Return of the Jedi
In a fusion of nostalgia and streetwear, The Hundreds announces an exclusive collaboration with the Star Wars franchise, commemorating the 40th anniversary of Star Wars: The Return of the Jedi. This release serves as a continuation of The Hundreds’ two-decade legacy in the streetwear scene, featuring iconic characters from Palpatine to C-3PO.
Capturing the enduring legacy of the 1983 film, despite initial divisive fan reactions, the collection includes custom hoodie silhouettes inspired by Jedi robes and graphic tees spotlighting beloved characters like Princess Leia and Sheev Palpatine. Beyond apparel, the line encompasses streetwear essentials such as snapbacks, beanies, a skate deck, and smaller accessories like socks, pins, keychains, and stickers, all adorned with the unmistakable mark of the Star Wars universe.
The 16-piece collection drops on December 7 through The Hundreds App, the official online store, The Hundreds Los Angeles flagship store, and select retailers. More than just clothing, it’s a celebration of Star Wars’ nostalgic legacy spanning decades.
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