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Maybe I m not the right audience since I had no idea this guy was I not the right audience since I had no idea who this guy was too self congratulatory overall Phillip StefogloPer 5 english Book review The "book this is not a t shirt by "This Is Not A T Shirt by Hundreds Bobby Kim is a book that is very easy to engage in and relate to The book talks a lot about finding yourself and how long that may take for some of us as well as how unexpected things can become reality I could relate to this book because Bobby Kims upbringing is similar to mine further his choice in career is something I would also like to do with my life Another reason I especially liked this book is because of the timeline type of writing style the book is written in It takes you in detail through the emotion Bobby Kim went through and how he had to push through it all and do his best to stay positive in order to get to the position he s in now The book was about how Bobby Hundreds made such a successful well known streetwear brand and how he s survived the test of time no matter what struggles came at him The book starts off giving some background and foreshadowing of what you can expect throughout the book Bobby Kim came to America with both his parents when he was still very young migrating from Asia wasn t easy on the family it was almost like a dollar and a dream story Bobby Hundreds parents did the best they could to bring him up and working hard to do the best ob they could Once Bobby Hundreds got older and beca. The story of The Hundreds and the precepts that made it an iconic streetwear brand by Bobby Hundreds himselfStreetwear occupies that rarefied space where genuine cool coexists with big business; where a star designer might work concurrently with Nike a tattoo artist Louis Vuitton and a skateboard company It’s the ubiuitous style of dress comprising hoodies sneakers and T shirts In the beginning a few brands defined this style; fewer stil. Me a
he started getting influenced by music and streetwear Throughout the story Bobby Hundreds has to overcome many challenges like leaving home going to college and living day to day The story really gave me a first hand perspective on how difficult managing and owning a brand can be at times But the theme stayed solid throughout his writing difficult times don t always mean that positivity isn t an option to me it was interesting how I picked up this theme without the book directly ever talking about it the Author did a great ob at showing how he was able to get through everything and to me it was through a consistent drive and positive attitude While reading and spending time
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ANATOMIZING THIS BOOK I REALLY ENJOYED this book I really enjoyed Bobby Hundreds went about illustrating his story Going back to the theme Bobby Hundreds goes through many struggles in his ourney but the way he did his absolute best to not let the world get him down and stay positive was very inspirational The best thing to me is that it didn t seem like he was neccasarily faking anything about how he came up or started his brand he stayed positive because he always tried to have something to help him progress or to do and if he didn t physically he was always thinking about what would be next I would recommend this book to any reader interested in the topic of streetwear and Bobby Hundreds story The book opened my eyes to see that no matter how difficult things may be you L survived as streetwear went mainstream They are the OGs the “heritage brands” The Hundreds is one of those persevering companies and Bobby Hundreds is at the center of it allThe creative force behind the brand Bobby Kim aka Bobby Hundreds has emerged as a prominent face and voice in streetwear In telling the story of his formative years he reminds us that The Hundreds was started by outsiders; and this is truly the story of streetwea. ,
Ave to try to stay passionate And Positive About What You positive about what you in order to achieve your end goal Sometimes it s not about seeing the end of everything when you start but pursuing it and seeing where it takes you You shouldn everything when you start but pursuing it and seeing where it takes you You shouldn care about earning their respectYou should be doing everything in your power to piss them off A lot of self pats on the back going around to last a lifetime but it still maintains a interesting outlook on streetwear where it came from and where shall it goBobby
Hundreds Knows His Craft Andknows his craft and if he is not the best author the story is good enough to carry it onRecommend to anyone who wants to learn about streetwear and enterprising Wow This memoir was so interesting I never would have thought that streetwear had such an interesting backstory This book was well written and so interesting This was an interesting read though it grated on me at times I didn t know much about streetwear and had never heard of The Hundreds but I won this book in a giveaway and was intriguedBobby and Ben have clearly built a great well loved brand However Bobby s writing bugged me at times because it s so gatekeeper y Very focused on paying your dues knowing history etc He also loves to do a back in my day type thing where he rags on social media and explains how hard he had it in the early days of blogging I couldn t stop rolling my eyesThe book had some solid lessons nonetheless I think it would be most enjoyed by devoted fans of The Hundred. R cultureIn This Is Not a T Shirt Bobby Hundreds cements his spot as a champion of an industry he helped create and tells the story of The Hundreds with anecdotes ranging from his Southern California punk DIY tinged youth to the brand’s explosive success Both an inspiring memoir and an expert assessment of the history and future of streetwear this is the tale of Bobby’s commitment to his creative vision and to building a real community.