Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God extends its seventh collection this season, continuing to blur the lines between refined and laidback.
In recent years, the lines of distinction in fashion have become increasingly blurred. One label that has been at the heart of that movement is Jerry Lorenzo’s Fear of God. Rulebooks are thrown out and disciplines are interwoven, resulting in garments that sit somewhere at the intersection between luxury and streetwear: relaxed, yet elevated, sartorial, yet street focused.
The second part of the label’s seventh collection, which the designer has now been working on for over two years, continues his cross-disciplinary approach to design. Traditional tailoring is reinvented, cast through Lorenzo’s contemporary lens and cut to relaxed fits. Athleisure, meanwhile, is reworked from an elevated angle, with sweatshirts and hoodies made in the USA using premium cotton, coloured in neutral hues and cut to relaxed fits.