Norse Projects Autumn/Winter 2013 collection
The latest range of garments form Danish label Norse Projects has landed at END and the Geordie lads have once again styled it up to cracking effect on their blog. And with the brand line ‘a product of the cold, cold North’ you know you’re getting clothing that’s perfectly suited to the Winter months.
A focus on the importance of construction is something that’s consistently marked the label out amongst its competition. This season sees the brand take a technical approach to ubiquitous sportswear design by incorporating wool into their Gustav Crew Neck Sweaters and Sweat Pants, thus creating an exceptionally warm jersey that still manages to be incredibly soft, thanks to fully flat locked seams.
For the Patrik Reverse Fair Isle Sweat this focus of what’s on the inside has been literally brought to the forefront, with their signature fair isle design reversed to expose the complexity of this traditional design to great effect. Elsewhere there’s still a selection of the brand’s excellent shirts with the Anton in classic Oxford cotton or printed cotton poplin and the Jens in Melton wool.
Outerwear consists of their now classic Elka jackets, plus the Willum down jacket and lighter weight Nunk. Add in accessories like hats, socks, scarves and gloves and you’re good to go, no matter what the elements throw at you. To buy any of the above online, go to the END website here: Norse Projects Autumn/Winter 2013 collection.