Fear of God's Fourth Collection Continues to Channel '90s Grunge

The upcoming collection will offer new footwear and denim.

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Los Angeles-based brand Fear of God is here with a look at its anticipated fourth collection. 

Like previous seasons, founder Jerry Lorenzo channels his "chic grunge" aesthetic that takes cues from the early '90s, specifically from guys like Joey Lawrence. 

The collection delivers more of the brands minimalist signature silhouettes that attracted fans like Kanye West, with tailored sweats, oversized bombers, and flannel shirts. The upcoming range also features turtleneck sweaters, striped tees, and long coats for layering. 

Lorenzo mentioned that this time around, the line doubled its offerings and added denim, which can be seen in the lookbook. The new destroyed denim ranges in color from a light acid-wash to black, the perfect addition to the punk-inspired offerings. 

This season Fear of God confirmed that it will also be releasing footwear for the first time. "I made what I thought was missing from the market, which ended up being this hybrid between a sneaker and a military boot," Lorenzo said to GQ.

Check out the video lookbook above and pre-order the collection on the Fear of God website on Nov. 1.

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