The Hundreds “began because I had something to say”, says co-founder Bobby Kim, who adds that fighting for social and political justice has been present and evident for the community-minded label since day one. Photo: Beth SaravoThe Hundreds “began because I had something to say”, says co-founder Bobby Kim, who adds that fighting for social and political justice has been present and evident for the community-minded label since day one. Photo: Beth Saravo
The Hundreds “began because I had something to say”, says co-founder Bobby Kim, who adds that fighting for social and political justice has been present and evident for the community-minded label since day one. Photo: Beth Saravo

Fight for justice is second nature to streetwear brand The Hundreds’ Asian-American founder

  • Korean-American Kim, a long-time social justice advocate, doesn’t know when LA store will reopen, says ‘We want people to be focused on more important issues’
  • When global travel is allowed again, Kim says he’s looking forward to returning to Asia, and that ‘the city with which I have the biggest affinity is Hong Kong’
Topic |   Fashion
The Hundreds “began because I had something to say”, says co-founder Bobby Kim, who adds that fighting for social and political justice has been present and evident for the community-minded label since day one. Photo: Beth SaravoThe Hundreds “began because I had something to say”, says co-founder Bobby Kim, who adds that fighting for social and political justice has been present and evident for the community-minded label since day one. Photo: Beth Saravo
The Hundreds “began because I had something to say”, says co-founder Bobby Kim, who adds that fighting for social and political justice has been present and evident for the community-minded label since day one. Photo: Beth Saravo
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