Fear of God Teams Up With New Era to Unveil Its Fall ’21 59FIFTY Fitted and Essentials 950 RC Collection

Fear of God also showcased a new hat inspired by the KC Monarchs, designed to commemorate the Negro Leagues’ 100th anniversary.

Jerry Lorenzo is no stranger to the world of of luxury streetwear. In fact, he’s quite a household name. As summer starts to wind down and we transition into our colder months. Beloved streetwear brand Fear of God seeks to roll out more gear for the fall.  It all starts with a new collaboration with New Era to produce a new collaborative assortment of 59FIFTY Fitted and Essentials 950 RC hats. Furthermore, the LA-based designer also unveiled a FG snapback that pulls its inspiration from the KC Monarchs, made to commemorate the Negro Leagues’ 100th anniversary.

We get a host of solid 59FIFTY Fitted offerings with the traditional F script logo — which is a nod to the Detroit Tigers, as this is the MLB team that drafted Lorenzo’s father Jerry Manuel during the 1979 MLB Draft. The four classic colorways include a kelly green, orange, navy and black are enlisted here along with with three exclusive iterations: The West Coast Exclusive which comes in Dodger blue, the New Era exclusive which is styled in dark green, and the Foot Inc. Exclusive which is whipped up kelly green with an orange visor.

The aforementioned FG snapback is designed with white backdrops and red pinstripe detailing and features oversized “F” and “G” letters across the front. This hat is on track to to launch later in the holiday season, and proceeds from this release will go towards the Negro League Museum in Kansas City.

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You can take a look at the full collection in the gallery above. Also, be mindful that the Essential 59FIFTY Fitted by Fear of God in navy and black will drop on August 20 exclusively via Fear of God. All other Essential 59FIFTY Fitted styles and the Essentials 950 RC collection will be available August 20 through New Era. Lastly, for more news, AJG Architects Push Profound Design Languages With Boomerang House.