Jerry Junior’s ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA x Fear of God Photo Diary

Fear of God founder Jerry Lorenzo’s 10-year-old son takes us inside the collaborative celebration.

In the heat of Paris Fashion Week, Ermenegildo Zegna and Fear of God unveiled a powerfully constructed collection, one that collaboratively presents an entirely new grammar of style. Artistic director of Ermenegildo Zegna Alessandro Sartori and Fear of God founder Jerry Lorenzo sartorially united for a range of masculine elegance that also appeals to the female form, pieces which define the next generation of the contemporary wardrobe. 

“I design menswear but I always keep a woman in mind; I really love the way women wear men’s clothing,” Lorenzo says. “I have always been fascinated by Ermenegildo Zegna clothing and this collaboration provides my clients with the opportunity to experience tailoring stitched with freedom, which I think Zegna customers will also enjoy.”

In celebration of the collaboration’s launch, the two labels hosted an exclusive preview for fashion’s elite amidst the madness of fashion week. Among a star-studded guest list, Lorenzo’s 10-year-old son, Jerry Junior, certainly enjoyed himself at his father’s fashion-forward soirée, so much so that he shared an exclusive photo diary from the event with VMAN

Take a look at what the style child had to share, below.

“That’s me on the left, I’m Jerry, I’m 10 years old and my dad is Jerry Lorenzo!”

“Our grand entrance in Paris!”

“Family Photo: Mom, Dad, Me and Liv and Mercy”

“Dad and Maggie Mauer, my co-star from Fear of God’s 6th collection campaign”

“Dad and his buddy Will Welch from GQ”

“Dad and Pop Pop”

“Mom and Dad”

“My twin sisters Liv and Mercy”

“Daddy was so happy he was crying”

“Dad and our Los Angeles homie Aleali”

“Dad trying to be cool”

“Dad and his long-time muse and friend Gilda Ambrosio”

“Dad doing press with Ale”

“Dad and Brant Cryder, President from Saint Laurent US”

“Dad’s partner Alessandro Sartori and Marc from 032C”

“Me and my best friends. My cousins Edward and Lorenzo Davis.”

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