Known for their incredible work with vintage military fabrics, Japanese brand Ready Made has worked once again with Jerry Lorenzo and his Fear of God line to produce another set of special items for the brand’s month-long pop-up store with Maxfield’s Los Angeles. The Hermes and Chanel-inspired creations of Ready Made have quickly conquered the world over the last year and recently we have seen multiple interesting collaborations by the brand, with the likes of OFF-WHITE, Just Don and now Jerry Lorenzo. For the opening of the temporary store the two brands released a series of jackets and now they are following-up that first drop with the military backpack.

@fearofgod x @readymade_official Drops tomorrow morning @maxfieldla #READYMADE #FEAROFGOD

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Limited to only 15 pieces globally, the backpack is made of vintage U.S. military tents with vintage cobra buckles and lined with quilted military nylon padding. A beautiful timeless backpack that is certainly worth picking up. It is releasing at the Maxfield’s hosted pop-up store tomorrow.

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