Jerry Lorenzo Unveils Chapel of God Vintage Tee Collection at Maxfield LA

A curated selection of some of music’s rarest memorabilia.

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Fear of God’s Jerry Lorenzo has teamed up with vintage tee authority Chapel NYC’s Patrick Matamoros to form Chapel of God. The collaborative project features a collection of 65 vintage band and tour tees that run the gamut from Metallica to Ghostface Killah, Smashing Pumpkins to 2Pac, Nirvana to Public Enemy. According to Lorenzo, the selection of distressed, destroyed, bleached and tattered tees all “share a specific language, touch, hand, fit and proportion” and will be priced according to rarity, treatment and conditions. All pieces are one of one.

Flip through a selection of the tees above and be sure to check out the collection when it drops at Maxfield‘s Melrose location in Los Angeles on July 9.

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