Lee® & The Hundreds Released A New Collaboration


Lee® and community-based streetwear brand, The Hundreds, recently announced a collaboration that blends their unique styles and histories to form a one-of-a-kind collection of graphic T-shirts, hoodies, pants, and other accessories. 

The collection, now available on The Hundreds app, Lee.com, and select stores was driven by a shared philosophy of people over product and aims to create style steeped in rich stories, cultural moments, and creative passion. The Hundreds X Lee collaboration incorporates classic design elements and modern touches to bring fans of both brands pieces that will only get better with age. The collection includes graphic T-shirts, Long Sleeves, Pullover Hoodies, Crewnecks, and matching sets of Chore Jackets and Work Pants, as well as a stone-washed Tote Bag. The pieces range from $39 – $120.  

“This collection celebrates the shared history of workwear and culture between Lee and The Hundreds,” said Betty Madden, vice-president of Global Design, Lee. “Denim and culture go hand in hand, and Lee has played an integral role for more than a century. The Hundreds’ streetwear sensibility paired with our rich heritage has resulted in a collection of fresh, modernized styles that will excite fans of both brands.”

“In aligning with collaborative partners, The Hundreds seeks a story first. That’s why we’re drawn to American heritage brands like Lee, which carry a rich history and have touched so many lives,” said Bobby Kim, Co-Founder of The Hundreds. “Everyone remembers their first interaction with Lee jeans – not unlike the enduring denim itself, the brand was here long before us and will outlive us all. The Hundreds is proud to collaborate with Lee on a project that stands the test of time.”

The Hundreds X Lee collection will be released on Thursday, June 3 at Midnight EST on The Hundreds app and online shop, Lee.com, as well as select stores worldwide.

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