Fear of God Unveils Collection 8: A Visionary Blend of American Luxury

In a significant moment last spring, Jerry Lorenzo orchestrated his inaugural Fear of God runway show within the iconic Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles. This milestone event, drawing thousands to the SoCal venue, marked the debut of Collection 8. Departing from the label’s neutral Essentials line, Collection 8 celebrated “American luxury,” crafting a wardrobe that not only exalted Americana’s grandeur but also acknowledged the generations of injustices embedded in the nation’s history. Now, this remarkable collection is accessible to fashion enthusiasts worldwide, as Fear of God has officially launched the entire range 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,” states the collection notes.

The line exudes sophistication, featuring double-wool stand collars on overcoats, complemented by yellow leather driver gloves. Lemon cream-hued double-breasted gabardine trenches make a statement, while dune-toned blazers are cinched with leather rope belts. Hooded bombers in shearling, jacquard blazers paired with silk tank tops, and wide-leg trousers offer a diverse array of style options. Lapelless cougar overcoats elegantly drape over nylon high-neck tops, while rider jackets and five-pocket pants showcase the allure of aged leather. It’s American luxury with a raw, edgy twist.

Fear of God’s Collection 8 is now available for purchase on the brand’s webstore and at selected retail locations. Immerse yourself in the visionary fusion of textures, proportions, and styles by exploring the full range in the gallery above.

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