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End Clothing – Fall/Winter 2014 Lookbook

UK-based retailer, End Clothing, has brought us their Fall 2014 Lookbook. Shot at the historic and perfectly quaint Lit and Phil library in Newcastle upon Tyne, the editorial features five looks that perfectly combine streetwear and outerwear for an understated, but very current, aesthetic that reminds us … READ MORE


ACD Gallery – Fall 2014 “See You Later” Editorial featuring VANS Vault & Norse Projects

Coordinated by creative agency BLACK ORANGE and photographer Kenneth Mitchell, “See You Later” editorial highlights upcoming products from VANS Vault and Norse Projects against the unique urban backdrop of downtown San Diego. It is also an inaugural project from ACD Gallery, a recently opened boutique with labels … READ MORE


Goodhood x Norse Projects – “No Good” Collection

London’s The Goodhood Store has unveiled a new joint venture with Norse Projects, celebrating the retailer’s recently opened 3,000 square foot space on Curtain Street. The collection features the Anton patchwork shirt, Tristan sweatshirt, No Good graphic T-shirt, Aros polka dot chinos and a travellers hat, made in collaboration … READ MORE


Norse Projects – Fall/Winter 2014 Collection Lookbook

Norse Projects is at the forefront of an emerging Scandinavian invasion in the menswear firmament, and the brand is leading the way with a game plan as simple as minimalist wardrobe essentials that just get the details right. The Fall/Winter 2014 collection, arriving in stores now, is hiking-inspired but … READ MORE


Norse Projects x Tricker’s Woodstock

Norse Projects teams up with bench-made shoe specialist Tricker’s on the classic Woodstock oxford. Handmade in England, the no-frills lace-up features a combination smooth premium leather/scotch grain leather upper and durable Goodyear welted construction. A leather-lined interior and leather insole add to the premium details, while a … READ MORE


Norse Projects x Suicoke Summer 2014 Sandals

Norse Projects offers a welcome alternative to the traditional footwear options for summer, teaming up with Japanese label Suicoke for a three-strap sandal mounted on a durable Vibram sole unit. While the neutral colors and contemporary aesthetic make for an appealing summer sandal, comfortable wear is the … READ MORE


Norse Projects Technical Garments – Spring 2014

Spring 2014 sees the advent of the Norse Projects Technical Garments collection, featuring five apparel pieces built with no-frills designs and high-quality performance materials. Lightweight bonded mesh is used for three-fifths of the range, seen on the Carl hoodie, Ellor crewneck and Gregor shorts, while the wind- … READ MORE


The Style of Jay Smith | New York, USA

Name: Jay Smith Occupation: Editor Extraordinaire & Creative Director for BKRW/BLACKRAINBOW Top: UNIQLO (MA-1 Aviator Jacket) GANRYU Comme des Garcon (Waffle Knit Hoody) Bottom: KITH (Mercer Pants) Accessory: Norse Projects (Knit Cap) MOSCOT (Sunglasses) UNDFTD x Casio G-Shock DW-6900 (Watch) Nike FuelBand SE Rose Gold (Tech) Footwear: … READ MORE


Norse Projects – Spring/Summer 2014 Stripes Collection

Inspired by Denmark’s Viking heritage and seafaring traditions, the Copenhagen-base Norse Projects recently launched its Stripes Collection for Spring/Summer 2014. Featuring nautical stripes in various color schemes on either cotton tees or Merino Wool sweaters, the collection’s relaxed silhouette isn’t just distinctive of Norse Projects’ design but … READ MORE

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Norse Projects x Liberty – Flâneur Collection

Norse Projects reached out to Liberty of London for a collaboration, utilizing their beautiful Art Fabric. The fabric choice mirrors the aesthetic preference of the Scandinavian brand, yet it is colorful and playful enough to stand out amongst their main line. Selecting one key fabric from Liberty’s … READ MORE

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Norse Projects – Spring 2014 Collection Lookbook

If there were a brand that does not change according to seasonal trends, it would be Norse Projects. The Denmark label might not be the most adventurous, yet it is one of the most reliable menswear companies, which delivers consistently every season. Its minimalist Scandinavian aesthetics will … READ MORE