The Hundreds continues its introspective look at its history in Part 2 of “PAST AND FUTURE.” The brand was on the forefront of internet culture early on. It was also an integral part of the Fairfax scene that launched the L.A. streetwear movement, Odd Future, and became a destination point for people from around the globe. Its new chapter involves taking over the corner space on Fairfax and Rosewood that was previously occupied by Sal Barbier’s SLB, and later RVCA. It’s easy to forget how much The Hundreds pioneered over the past 15 years. This video is a nice reminder of the brand’s incredible legacy.