Have you ever attempted to purchase Fear of God Essentials over the internet? I’m guessing you have because you’re here, reading these words. But, in case you haven’t, let me tell you: it isn’t simple. In fact, it’s really difficult. Jerry Lorenzo’s for-the-people enterprise has legions of fans, and those fans flock to the internet in droves to snag every last T-shirt, sweatpants, and hoodie.
That is the type of scene you are dealing with. There is nothing you can do about it. You can, however, prepare. Though it does not guarantee you will acquire the exact item you are looking for, it provides you a considerably better chance of success than someone who goes in blind, unsure of what they want to buy. And I want you to be successful.
This leads us to today’s topic: the Fear of God Essentials collection, which will be available exclusively at Nordstrom tomorrow morning. There are ten various styles to choose from, including the brand’s popular sweats and tees, knit pullovers (hooded and crewneck), and coach’s coats. Each type is available in two colors: cement and stone. And everything in the lineup would look great in your closet if you got a W or two.
Fear of God Essentials Collection at Nordstrom Meets All of Your Athleisure Needs
Jerry Lorenzo, the Fear of God designer, is a master collaborator, having worked with everyone from Zegna to New Balance. And just last week, he strengthened his links with Nordstrom, the high-end American shop. The department store debuted an exclusive new offering of Fear of God’s Essentials collection, Lorenzo’s take on essential wardrobe building blocks, on Thursday. The capsule contains a variety of knit pull-over sweatshirts, French terrycloth sweatpants, short-sleeve t-shirts, long-sleeve polos, volley shorts, and lightweight coach jackets, which are available at select locations across the United States and Canada. Each item is available in specific cement and stone hues at Nordstrom, with costs ranging from $40 to $125.
A gray knit pullover hoodie from the exclusive drop
This capsule is a follow-up to Nordstrom’s recent Concept 013: Fear of God collection, which featured special editions of everything from streetwear to tailoring. It was the first time that pieces from all of Fear of God’s numerous extensions were available in one place.
Lorenzo stated at the time that collaborating with the retailer made sense considering the similarities between the two American businesses. Being a service-first brand, their aims are aligned in that we both strive to provide the best exploration, answers, and products for our consumers at every stage of their lives. You can pick up products from the exclusive Essentials launch at over 40 Nordstrom locations nationally right now, or just order a couple of styles on Nordstrom.com. If you want to see most of Lorenzo’s items, visit the Concept 013 pop-up shop at Nordstrom locations in Vancouver, British Columbia; Costa Mesa, California; and New York.
Designed with a slightly oversized silhouette so it can be easily layered and used as outerwear on brisk days, this blazer is both classic and fashion-forward. The Italian-made style features a double-breasted cut with peaked lapels and a leather logo plaque at one sleeve.
This made-in-the-USA wool-blend jersey commemorates the label’s major-league seventh collection and distills the brand’s true, sports-influenced DNA.
This work-wear-inspired jacket, a cornerstone in the label’s repertory, is heavily stone washed to give the look of an actual vintage garment. This unusual version is finished with a lambskin leather collar, elegant brass hardware, and a logo plaque.
This attractive jacket, made from nubuck leather, which is more durable than suede, is inspired by vintage ’90s shapes, but the style is clean and flexible. The cuffs and side vents are highlighted by the label’s signature brass hardware.
This stand-collar jacket, commemorating the label’s major-league seventh collection, combines the brand’s true, sports-influenced DNA with a sleek attitude.
This shirt is a sophisticated spin on the basic crewneck T-shirt, fashioned from Italian crepe for an elegantly draped design that elevates daily ensembles. The style is identified by an embossed logo plaque.