Like always Copenhagen-based brand Norse Projects has some great pieces to offer for this Spring/Summer 16 season. Norse mixes military-inspired garments and traditional nordic silhouettes with a minimalistic approach. The brand which is renowned for their effortless styling matched with their understanding of functional fabrics like cotton and ripstop, which is perfectly displayed in their latest editorial. The lookbook features pieces from Norse Projects SS16 collection like a lightweight rain coat, military-inspired bomber jackets, an Ultralight packable waterproof jacket, cotton ripstop shorts, reversible bucket hats and foldable 5-panel caps. Check out this short editorial and shop Norse Projects latest pieces instore and online.
With warmer days ahead the danish mainstay Norse Projects presents yet another great lookbook filled with understated menswear piece adding their usual sense of pure Scandinavian minimalism. The 2016 Spring/Summer collection consists of military-inspired garments complemented with floral patterned detailing united for a line of durable silhouettes. With a strong focus on clean cuts and functional fabrics, the brand showcases a range of lightweight twills, over-dyed weaves and durable nylon ripstop finished in a muted color palette. Drawing inspiration from the nautical culture up to some Asian influences the line is emphasised with tones of orange, green, and blue as well as earthy muted tones, like green, fungi, clay and birch. Get ready for summer and head over to Norse Projects and shop the collection.
Copenhagen`s Norse Projects delivers another clean and minimal range of menswear piece for this upcoming fall/winter season. Stephen Mann styled the looks which were shot by Justin Chung and photographer Luke Norman in the workshop of Scandinavian design house Fritz Hansen, which offers the perfect background to highlight this clean and functional collection. Inspired Danish painter Vilhelm Hammershøi, the pieces feature a muted color palette with rosin green, mustard yellow, navy and grey tones.
Danish brand Norse Projects released a lookbook for their Spring/Summer 2015 collection. With styling by Stephen Mann and photos by Justin Chung nothing can go wrong especially when these to preeminent individuals get their hands on another outstanding collection by Norse Projects, a deadly combination.
As a mainstay in menswear, Norse Projects has cemented its name as one of the best contemporary brands in the industry. For the upcoming Fall/Winter season, Copenhagen´s Norse Projects ventures the first step into womenswear. The first drop is said to be an exploration in the “space between the world of the art and function through a modernist inspired aesthetic.” The collection adds an androgyny appeal to functional military and workwear staples with a minimal and modern approach to womenswear. Throughout this collection, you will find reimagined menswear pieces translated to a thoughtful and understated line for the modern women.
With winter in full swing and some harsh cold days outside it´s always good to check out the Danish Norse Store offering a massive range of menswear pieces to keep you warm in winter. Selected by the staff at Norse Projects here is a carefully considered range of essentials for your winter wardrobe featuring new styles and recognisable classics from the brand, throughout this well curated editorial you`ll find the warm and comfortable bubble knit sweater made from 100% Merino Wool, a light Zip-front overshirt built-in a Japanese brushed cotton melange, the Bjarki Naval Socks featuring a breathable dry cotton yarn construction as well as the Ralf Twisted Knit a ribbed crew neck knit in 100% Scottish wool, just to highlight a few of these nice pieces.
Danish brand Norse Projects just dropped some more piece from their fall/winter collection featuring some nice outwear to layer up for the colder days. With every order over 125€, Norse Projects offers a beanie from past seasons. The offer will be available from now until Friday, 10th of October 17:00 CET (while stocks last). Make sure to check out my favorite pieces from the fall/winter collection and head over to the Norse Store to get yourself prepared for the fast-approaching winter season