The pieces, which can be uncovered by appointment only this week in Paris, is modeled in these newly released campaign images by Geron McKinley and Gryphon O'Shea. Photography was handled by Erik Ian. Styling, of course, comes by way of Jerry Lorenzo himself.
Back in November, Lorenzo joined noted Fear of God enthusiast John Mayer on the cover of Complex. In the accompanying interview, Lorenzo and Mayer discussed a wide range of topics including Kanye apologists and what so-called "free thinking" should actually look like.
"I think the thing of yes men is to devalue [West's] own self worth," Lorenzo said. "I don't think he needs another man to tell him what he needs to do."
In the same interview, Lorenzo also discussed the time he almost worked with a luxury fashion house. "I had ideas that were beyond what I thought was my L.A. capacity to make things," he said. "And then the insecurity—there's a little bit of you that thinks that you need to be next to something for validation." Having this team-up not come together, however, ultimately proved fruitful and eventually resulted in the label's Sixth Collection.
Of course, Fear of God later collaborated with Nike on a high-top basketball, bringing with him what Nike Basketball's footwear design director Leo Chang considers an 'insane" attention to detail. Nike also makes a few appearances in these new images from the Sixth Collection.
Below, see the Ian-shot images of the fall delivery portion of Fear of God's Sixth Collection.