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80s Punk-Inspired Streetwear

80s Punk-Inspired Streetwear

Streetwear giant The Hundred reveals its latest collection which is made in collaboration with Manic Panic as the duo highlight the themes of 80s punk culture. It nods to New York’s East Village as sisters Tish and Snooky Bellomo opened the first punk store in America in 1977 with the launch of St. Marks Place. The joint capsule is full of graphic tees, hats, and pullover hoodies.

It is the foundation of what Manic Panic is today, which is an expressive hair dye brand. Speaking about the collaboration and how Manic Panic has been a root of punk culture, co-founder of The Hundreds Bobby Hundreds states, “I’ve always loved the sentiment that, ‘You can’t control the world, but you can control your hair,'” on a blog post.

Image Credit: The Hundreds, hypebeast, thehundredsStreetwear giant The Hundred reveals its latest collection which is made in collaboration with Manic Panic as the duo highlight the themes of 80s punk culture. It nods to New York’s East Village as sisters Tish and Snooky Bellomo opened the first punk store in America in 1977 with the launch of St. Marks Place. The joint capsule is full of graphic tees, hats, and pullover hoodies.

It is the foundation of what Manic Panic is today, which is an expressive hair dye brand. Speaking about the collaboration and how Manic Panic has been a root of punk culture, co-founder of The Hundreds Bobby Hundreds states, “I’ve always loved the sentiment that, ‘You can’t control the world, but you can control your hair,'” on a blog post.

Image Credit: The Hundreds, hypebeast, thehundreds

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