Clean, functional and timeless, Armoire D’Homme‘s collections are steeped in Scandinavian design and classic wardrobe staples – the kind of wearable pieces that the Danish menswear scene has been churning out as of late. The Copenhagen-based label was established last summer and its designer, Kjetil Aas, boasts an impressive pedigree — his resume includes stints at Won Hundred and as Design Manager at Norse Projects. For Fall/Winter 2013, Armoire D’Homme’s “Version One” is, according to Aas, “The first attempt in the search for the ultimate men’s wardrobe” – a range created out of “necessity, favorites and memories.” Using a restrained color palette, this season features lightweight jackets, knits, shirting, and suits in traditional menswear fabrics like oxford cloth and lambswool — a collection of familiar pieces reinterpreted for modern times. Or, as Aas puts it, “Something you’ll want to keep.” For more information, be sure to visit Armoire D’Homme’s website here.

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