The Hundreds is excited to partner up with Hedley & Bennett for the release of the The Hundreds X Hedley & Bennett Standard Apron, available at flagship locations and the Online Shop.
Hedley & Bennett began in CEO Ellen Bennett’s garage with $300 and an unshakeable idea—creating high-quality kitchen garments that look and feel amazing while withstanding the test of time (and the heat of the kitchen). What began as a passion project soon spread into a global brand, with Hedley & Bennett’s products worn by high profile chefs like Mario Batali and Nobu Matsuhisa. The process parallels Bobby and Ben Hundreds’s own humble beginnings with The Hundreds, in which a steadfast belief in an idea has resulted in an unwavering brand 13 years later.
The Hundreds X Hedley & Bennett collaboration celebrates handcrafted goods made in Los Angeles and pays tribute to both brands’ backgrounds. The synergy between the two has developed into a black duck canvas apron. Across the lap pockets, The Hundreds is screen printed in matte black. The lap pockets and cell phone pocket are double layered and lined with camo fabric. The left side of the apron has a standard towel loop with Adam Bomb screen printed underneath. The unique subtleties and thoughtful details make the The Hundreds X Hedley & Bennett a collaboration entirely of its own.
Watch the process of how this handmade apron is made in our video below: