Norse Projects Autumn/Winter 2015
Last updated on November 15th, 2015 at 12:07 pm
One of our favourite menswear labels Norse Projects are back with a lookbook for their upcoming Autumn/Winter 2015 collection.
The Autumn/Winter collection was inspired by the late Danish painter Vilhelm Hammershøi. Norse Projects encapsulates the painter’s use of muted colours and does away with dashes of vibrancy that Norse Projects has opted for in previous collections.
The colour palette matches the one used in Hammershøi’s paintings with Olives, Blues, and Yellows all at the forefront, as well as tones of Black and White.
Styled by Stephen Mann and shot by Faculty Department’s Justin Chang and Copenhagen-based Luke Norman in the workshop of Scandinavian design house, Fritz Hansen, the collection is influence by Hammershøi’s use of architecture and nature with his work, with rustic hues working in tandem with a plethora of collection staples.
Focusing on the colder months ahead, the AW15 collection features a range of outerwear garments such as knit sweaters, puffer jackets, top coats, peacoats, rain jackets, trousers, and a range of indigo-dyed pieces.
We love Norse Projects and it looks as though they’re going from strength to strength. Look out for Norse Projects’ Autumn/Winter 2015 collection on the Norse Projects Website as it’s due to officially drop very soon.