Following on from its minimalist Winter 2017 collection, Copenhagen’s Norse Projects has kept it similarly understated for its Spring 2018 capsule. Other key influences for the collection include the work of American artist Donald Judd and the landscape and colors of Nordic beaches.
These tones are reflected in the collection’s color palette, with pieces coming in shades such as “Dried Olive,” “Burned Red” and “Sand” alongside more staple colors such as black, navy and white. The key pieces in this season’s collection include the PVC Anker raincoat, as well as graphic tees and denim pieces.
Head over to the Norse Projects web store to pick up the collection. As well as launching the new capsule, Norse Store has recently dropped a new collection from Dries Van Noten.
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