Norse Projects Spring/Summer 2014 Lookbook

Excitingly I'm going to Copenhagen soon and there are quite a few menswear stores I'm looking forward to visiting, one of these stores is Norse Projects. I've been a fan of them for a few years, I really like their simple, scandinavian design aesthetic with clean cut silhouettes and  fresh use of colour, which keeps the collection looking sharp. Their new Spring/Summer 2014 range is no exception to this, so if you haven't seen it already here is their SS14 lookbook... 











I've picked out a few of my favourite pieces from their new range...

Texture is a big trend for SS14 and I love the craft style weave of the "Jonas Lazy Cotton Shirt" The weave gives the fabric weight, meaning the shirt will sit beautifully and not crease as easily. A really interesting piece to add to your collection.

Cavalry Twill is a very traditional fabric originally used for hard wearing trousers like horse riders pants (hence the cavalry name) I love the colour of these "Thomas Cavalry Twill pants", great to brighten up any outfit but incredibly versatile to mix with other colours. 


The Japanese work wear jacket silhouette is still incredibly popular amongst outerwear this season. I love Norse Projects take on it with their "Kyle light canvas" with all over camo pattern. Layer over a plain chambray shirt and melange sweat to keep the jacket the focus of your outfit. 

Can't wait to see the store for myself :) Thanks for reading. 
See the full Lookbook by clicking here. 

2 Comments

  1. yeah dude I love this stuff. I actually prefer the way they style it that when you see if styled with similar menswear brands in store. It feels less outdoorsy then you see it when it's with the likes of Penfield etc. I really like that short grey zip jacket, orange and red smock and your choice of teal trews.

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