A Look Inside Fear of God's Pop-Up Shop in Los Angeles

Jerry Lorenzo transforms Maxfield Gallery into a vintage rock-inspired haven.

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As announced earlier this year, Jerry Lorenzo and his team took over Maxfield Gallery to kick off Fear of God’s newest temporary shop in Los Angeles Friday evening. The high-end store on Melrose Avenue was transformed into a ’70s-themed living room, complete with wood-paneled walls and shag carpeting. The walls were also lined with posters of iconic metal bands and a vintage off-white Ford F-150 truck served as the centerpiece of the room. The items on display ranged from military sneakers, to limited-edition long-sleeved shirts, acid-washed jeans, bombers and more. Take a look at recap photos from the opening day above, which features a few celebrity cameos, and visit the pop-up space which is open now until Dec. 12.

Photographer: The1point8

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