THE HUNDREDS PAYS HOMAGE TO KUBRICK’S CAREER-DEFINING CINEMATIC MASTERPIECES

The Hundreds are releasing their new collection as a tribute to Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, A Clockwork Orange and Full Metal Jacket.

By Balthazar Malevolent

THE HUNDREDS PAYS HOMAGE TO KUBRICK’S CAREER-DEFINING CINEMATIC MASTERPIECES

The allure of the legendary film empire of Stanley Kubrick has drawn in yet another brand this season, as The Hundreds honors the director with many special capsules during the month. Through the unveiling of three distinctive collections based around some of the classic films of the director — The Shining, Full Metal Jacket and A Clockwork Orange — the company aims to celebrate the "career-defining cinematic masterpieces" of Kubrick.

Stanley Kubrick's The Shining collection by The Hundreds.

Every week a separate capsule is released, starting with The Shining to kick things off on May 21. The Hundreds has designed T-shirts, button-ups and sweatpants with eerie designs and blood-red colorways to reflect the iconic horror flick, while the term "A Masterpiece of Modern Horror" is stamped as another reminder throughout.

Stanley Kubrick's The Shining collection by The Hundreds.

The Full Metal Jacket line — which will be released on May 28 — pulls as a nod to the war theme of the film in strong military references, with camouflage designs and earthy colorways. Additionally, A Clockwork Orange collection (slated to drop June 4) is decorated with the tangerine-hued title signature of the movie, which will be printed on hoodies, workwear jackets and more. On June 11, a set of colorful skate decks will round it all out.

Stanley Kubrick's The Shining collection by The Hundreds.

Stanley Kubrick was a director, screenwriter, author, and photographer of American cinema. He has also been admitted as one of the filmmakers with the largest influence in cinematic history. His films, which are often novel or short story adaptations, cover a wide variety of subjects and are noted to be realistic, with dark humor, innovative cinematography, detailed set designs, and evocative use of music.

Stanley Kubrick's The Shining collection by The Hundreds.

Kubrick was a strict perfectionist, took control of most aspects of the filmmaking process, from directing and writing to editing, and worked closely with his actors and other partners to study his films and stage scenes. He frequently called for several hundred retakes of the same shot in a film, resulting in various disputes with his casts. A lot of Kubrick's films broke new ground in cinematography, given the resulting popularity among actors.

2001: Space Odyssey - a certain sort of fashion connoisseur would also be delighted by the chance to enjoy the 1968 classic Kubrick space epic on the big screen. The clothes in the movie might look like the space-age style-pushers of the period, by Pierre Cardin and Andre Courreges, but they were actually designed by Hardy Amies, the tailor of the Savile Row behind the Queen's clothes since 1952.

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