Fear of God ESSENTIALS Cozies up This Holiday 2019 in Fleeces, Hoodies & Sweatpants

Releasing in muted tonal colors fit for the season.

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Jerry Lorenzo‘s cozy Fear of God subdivision ESSENTIALS has showcased its line-up of Holiday 2019 offerings in a lookbook shot by Shaniqwa Jarvis.

The upcoming collection is comprised of all of the usual loungewear essentials like hoodies and sweatpants available in a selection of muted, tonal colorways. Elsewhere you can find a selection of fleeces, as well as outerwear including a Chore jacket and a puffer coat — the latter of which also features a number of standout details such as a chunky zipper.

Pieces such as the hoodies and sweaters are boldly emblazoned with ESSENTIALS printed-branding on the rear. Hoodies, fleeces, and coats incorporate a new rubberized plaque that showcases the label’s moniker, which can also be found atop of the sneakers that were previously spotlighted in the brand’s Fall 2019 lookbook.

Check out the lookbook for Fear of God ESSENTIALS’ Holiday 2019 collection in the gallery above. Everything is set to drop online at retailers such as SSENSE on December 13.

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