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Bomb Story: House Adam is a parody of a popular house and hip-hop label founded in the early 1990s, but also a throwback to the rave culture that surrounded Bobby's adolescence. The Hundreds has pulled from many subcultural references in its timeline, but the '90s party scene - especially in Southern California - has dictated a lot of the colorways and styling over our collections.| Background Story: Originating in Scotland as ""tartan,"" we now call this pattern of crisscrossed lines ""Plaid."" Growing up in Southern California during the '80s and '90s, plaid beach volleyball shorts were always in our purview, thanks to labels like Mossimo and Stüssy. When we elevated to making cut-n-sew apparel like button-ups in the early 2000s, plaids made their way into our language as a nod to both the surf culture of the West Coast and Polo's influence on the East. In fact, every plaid speaks to a different subculture. Buffalo plaids were woven into the early New York hip-hop lumberjacks. Shadow plaids on swap meet Pendletons. And The Hundreds plaids, for all.

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Bomb Story: House Adam is a parody of a popular house and hip-hop label founded in the early 1990s, but also a throwback to the rave culture that surrounded Bobby's adolescence. The Hundreds has pulled from many subcultural references in its timeline, but the '90s party scene - especially in Southern California - has dictated a lot of the colorways and styling over our collections.| Background Story: Originating in Scotland as ""tartan,"" we now call this pattern of crisscrossed lines ""Plaid."" Growing up in Southern California during the '80s and '90s, plaid beach volleyball shorts were always in our purview, thanks to labels like Mossimo and Stüssy. When we elevated to making cut-n-sew apparel like button-ups in the early 2000s, plaids made their way into our language as a nod to both the surf culture of the West Coast and Polo's influence on the East. In fact, every plaid speaks to a different subculture. Buffalo plaids were woven into the early New York hip-hop lumberjacks. Shadow plaids on swap meet Pendletons. And The Hundreds plaids, for all.

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