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RSVP ALERT: Q&A Series ft. Jerry Lorenzo

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RSVP Gallery presents our Q&A Series, where we sit down one-on-one with the creative and talented members of our friends and family.

For our second episode, we’re welcoming Jerry Lorenzo, founder of one of the hottest—and one of our favorite—brands of the moment Fear of God. As always, our Q&A Series turns to you for the questions we’ll be asking our guest. Want advice on starting your own label? Wondering what Lorenzo’s most coveted rock tee is? Comment below or on your social media platform of choice via #RSVPGALLERY for a chance at getting your question answered on video. While we wait for the questions to roll in, check out Episode 1 of our Q&A Series featuring all-around music guru A-Trak.

Words by Adriana Gaspar

“Elevated Streetwear” in NYC w/ London Zhiloh

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The word “streetwear” is always up for discussion and in recent times “elevated” has been prefixed to the style of clothing. While the label modification can be a brand’s easy way out of the pigeonhole, actions speak louder than words and in this case “labels.” Elevated streetwear holds on to the styling cues from the once underground genre and reinterprets them with elements once only known to traditional high-fashion. Whether in the quality of materials or the ideas being executed through the product, the successful intersection of these two styles of fashion can best be seen from Fear of God, OFF—White, and pioneering label of “streetwear” itself, BAPE. After all, who could say “no” to quality clothing with the comfort level ideal for a run to your nearest bodega? New York’s London Zhiloh didn’t as she led the RSVP team around the Big Apple.

Photographed by Zach Coffman and Jake Osmun

Modeled by London Zhiloh

Lollapalooza 2014 Street Style

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A sea of people rushed to Lollapalooza Music Festival in our hometown Chicago this weekend, but only a handful mastered the art of keeping their cool through the 3-day party that is the fest. No easy feat, considering the city’s sporadic weather, mud fields, and crowds of sweaty, intoxicated Millennials. Full of hope, we made our way through the fields of Chicago’s Grant Park, and to our surprise found gems of the Rick Owens and Fear of God variety.

Photography by Anthony Trevino
Words by Adriana Gaspar

RSVP Gallery for Fear of God: Second Collection

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He is the image of the invisible God, the first born of all creation.  The Second Collection by Fear of God is a refined extension of their first collection.  Featuring essentials that can be worn alone or in layers, the collection features a wide range of pieces that are reminiscent of not just 90’s youth culture, but of England’s working class in the 80’s.

Photography by Anthony Trevino and Zach Coffman
Words by Alicia Gutierrez

RSVP Gallery for FEAR OF GOD

FEAR OF GOD, born in the streets of Los Angeles connects the masses through a street-wear mentality. All of the fabrics, materials and garments are sourced and constructed in downtown LA. FEAR OF GOD is now available at RSVP Gallery.

Film & Edit : David Muniz
Audio Edit : Zach Coffman