Traditional tailoring is transformed, adapted and updated in the form of transitional and trans-seasonal fits. Crossing disciplines and re-envisioning formalwear through the lens of modern functionality and performance needs, to continually challenge received notions of what contemporary fashion is today. Juxtaposing time-honored and contemporary fabrics with our signature considered yet understated finishes to sit seamlessly alongside our staple denims, cottons, canvases, leathers and suedes in enduring silhouettes for yesterday, today and tomorrow.

A sense of history with a vision for the future

Wool and cashmere knits present an elegant evolution of our classic sweatshirts and hoodies, while bags and belts, devoid of the distraction of hardware, are pared down to the purest version of themselves meeting at the convergence of fashion and function. The Seventh Collection also marks the unveiling of a new iteration of our FG logo in a military-inspired stencil font and a tribute to America’s favorite pastime, baseball, with a new lineup of stylized graphics celebrating The Negro Leagues.

The new canon of American style

Fear of God Footwear continues to evolve and expand as we build on our collection of signature sneakers and boots. The Seventh Collection marks the introduction of the espadrille, the loafer and the mule: made in Italy and crafted from hand-stitched Italian suede, Nappa leather, pony hair and French nubuck, each shoe embodies a synthesis of sophisticated cool and easy style.

Fear of God Sweats: handmade in the USA and crafted from American-made French terry, the 7th collection presents the next chapter of the American sportswear story. Inspired by vintage collegiate and military sweats, finished in an elegantly sun faded wash and the latest variation of the FG logo in a classic military inspired stencil typeface.

Fear of God Made in the USA Denim collection is our tribute to American heritage denim. Inimitable vintage hand-washes and distressing create a natural and authentically lived-in look and feel, while illimitable silhouettes reflect the iconic story of American denim and the American dream.

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