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F.O.G. Is a Teenager’s Dream Back-to-School Wardrobe (That Grown Men Can Love Too)

The latest from Fear Of God x Pac Sun.

While Fear Of God continues to sell $900 jeans and $1100 sneakers at a dizzying pace, Jerry Lorenzo, the brand's founder, hasn't forgotten about the kids. Whether it's designing tour merch for Justin Bieber (which itself has become its own brand, retailing everywhere from Barneys to Forever 21) or with his F.O.G. sub-label at PacSun, the Fear Of God aesthetic has become on that's accessible to all. Now, F.O.G. is back just in time for teens to make their last minute bids for that "Best Dressed" superlative, while there are several items that are all-ages-appropriate.

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Fans of F.O.G. and its big brother brand will feel at home with the oversized shirts ($100), drop-shoulder sweatshirts ($125), and standout jackets ($300), which give way to hyper-tailored, stacked toursers and sweats ($100). In the F.O.G. world, pants without a draw string—and some insanely cool ankle zippers—are far too serious for day-to-day life, and an outfit without multiple layers is simply boring. As far as colors go, Jerry Lorenzo has stuck with the classic touchstones of his mainline products, including camo, plaid, and one stand-out orange bomber that is the perfect candidate for what we've declared is the jacket of the season—"The 2.0 Bomber."

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And what B2S wardrobe would be complete without a pair of fresh kicks? Lorenzo teamed up with Vans on two styles, a Vans Era and Sk-8 Hi, the former of which features a repeating "Fear Of God" print that. Though it's a style that's logo'd to the teeth and designed to encourage double takes in hallways between classes, they wouldn't look half bad with a black suit, gray T-shirt, and neatly-folded white pocket square should the occasion feel right. (Note required, but recommended: your best grown man watch.)

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F.O.G. hits PacSun retailers and pacsun.com in September.

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