Having recently released its multi-brand editorial for Fall/Winter 2017, Copenhagen’s Norse Store has now turned its attentions to its in-house brand. The Winter 2017 collection from Norse Projects sees the Danish label release another capsule of high-end minimalist pieces, with textures such as corduroy, suede and fleece featuring throughout.
The key pieces from this season’s drop include the updated “Frederik” fleece, as well as the military and workwear-inspired suede “Elliott” jacket and the “Luther Tropical Wool” pants, that mix athletic materials with tailoring elements. For this release, Norse Projects has stuck to a color palette that focuses on tones such as “Zircon Brown” and “Hermatite Red.”
The full capsule is available from the Norse Store website, with prices for the Winter 2017 release ranging from $85 USD for a cap to $1250 USD for the suede chore jacket. For more fashion news, take a look at Our Legacy’s Pre-Spring/Summer 2018 collection that has just dropped.