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Norse Projects Autumn/Winter 2012 collection

September 12, 2012

Late to the party with this I know, but in my defence I’ve been busy buying vintage guitars and trying to find someone to fit a new bathroom in our flat… Anyway, here’s the latest Autumn/Winter 2012 collection from Copenhagen’s Norse Projects and it’s one that’s a bit tasty too.

In typical Norse fashion it’s a collection full of perfect casual Menswear. There’s elements of sportwear, with lots of jersey pieces present, which is blended seamlessly with more tailored outerwear like Melton Peacoats, casual pieces of knitwear and denim, plus more technical inspired garments like nylon raincoats and their quintessential Elka jacket.

And all of this is layered up in a mix and match fashion that suits the brand perfectly. The palette is ever varied – bright yellow, red and blue rubs shoulders with muted tones of navy blue, olive and burgundy, with plenty of neutral grey and sand. Added to this is pattern and print on shirts and hats, Fair Isle knits and various styles of check on shirts and outerwear.

It’s another great collection for a label who’s clothing seems to get stronger season after season.
For more information on the brand, or to find your nearest stockist, have a look at their website here: Norse Projects.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. smartypants123 permalink
    September 14, 2012 8:19 am

    Go on then, what’s you gone and bought now?

    • September 14, 2012 3:22 pm

      Bought a 1967 Gibson ES-345 in sunburst. Needed some work but got it for a good price and now it’s all finished it’s awesome.

      Am selling my 1964 Gibson ES-330 to a mate and am looking at buying a Gibson L3 from 1911 as well.

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