The best looks from Ermenegildo Zegna and Fear of God’s collaboration

Five highlights of this tailoring-meets-sportswear collaboration

The Ermenegildo Zegna and Fear of God collection has been unveiled
The Ermenegildo Zegna and Fear of God collection has been unveiled

Italian house Ermenegildo Zegna and American brand Fear of God have joined forces in a collaboration that fuses the formality of tailoring with the feel of sportswear.

The collection for autumn/winter 2020, which was unveiled this week in Paris, is designed jointly by Zegna artistic director Alessandro Sartori and Fear of God founder Jerry Lorenzo.

Comprising 39 looks, the collection features traditional menswear inflected with more casual styles: a collarless suit jacket is paired with a Henley shirt, single-pleat trousers and matching cummerbund, while a double-breasted wool overcoat has a loop and metal lettering at the back. There are also bomber jackets, overshirts and jeans, as well as a selection of bags and shoes.

While technically designed as menswear, the collection has been shown on both male and female models. As Lorenzo says, “I design menswear, but I always keep a woman in mind; I really love the way women wear men’s clothing.”

The collection launches in September – here are our top five looks.

Chalkstripe jacket, double-pleat trousers and cummerbund
Chalkstripe jacket, double-pleat trousers and cummerbund
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Vicuña double-breasted over-jacket
Vicuña double-breasted over-jacket
Nappa-leather double-collar bomber jacket
Nappa-leather double-collar bomber jacket
Nubuck-leather overshirt with patch pockets and flaps
Nubuck-leather overshirt with patch pockets and flaps
Wool-gabardine trench coat
Wool-gabardine trench coat
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