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Last spring, Jerry Lorenzo staged his first-ever Fear of God runway show inside Los Angeles’ famed Hollywood Bowl. The milestone showcase, which drew thousands to the SoCal venue, became the destination for Collection 8’s debut. It was a line that celebrated “American luxury,” straying from the label’s neutral Essentials line to build a wardrobe that both championed Americana’s regality while accounting for the generations of injustices that riddle the country’s history. Now, its contents can finally enter your closet, as Fear of God has officially released the full collection online and in stores.
“Derived from a robust mix of influences spanning the experiences of Jerry Lorenzo’s individual American perspective and journey, the offering extends the house’s inimitable design language through explorations of textured, dimensional fabrics in architectural yet generous and comfortable proportions,” reads the collection notes.
The line is filled with sophistication: overcoats featuring double-wool stand collars give way to yellow leather driver gloves, and double-breasted gabardine trenches adopt a lemon cream hue. Blazers, in dune tones, are tied shut with leather rope belts, while bombers come hooded and done up in shearling. Jacquard blazers meet silk tank tops and wide-leg trousers. Lapelless cougar overcoats drown nylon high-neck tops. Rider jackets and five-pocket pants employ aged leather. It’s American luxury, with a raw edge.
Fear of God’s Collection 8 is now available to shop on the brand’s webstore and in select retail outposts. Take a closer look at the range in the gallery above.