Norse Projects gets weather ready with technical outwear
A little Scandinavian weather has been injected into Brisbane’s ecosystem of late, meaning the latest collection from Copenhagen label Norse Projects will be well suited to our immediate wardrobe needs.
The spring/summer 2013 offerings from Norse Projects fuse block colours of lemonata, navy, espresso, old camel, safety orange and khaki-hued leaf amongst sturdy technical outwear and soft, comforting knits. Gentle greys across pullovers and scarves pair up against hardy fishing shorts and jackets, with the weather-ready Elka Rain Mac a standout piece for stylishly surviving damp days.
The brand’s acute attention to detail is evident across roll-neck finishes, natural horn buttons and chest pockets, with the collection uniting sportswear, workwear and modern fashion within an outfit. Classical designs meet the avant-garde in the Norse Projects signature look, melding traditional work shirting in heavy twill, linen, denim and poplin with botanical-printed button-ups and Fair Isle cardigans and knits. Find a selection of the spring/summer 2013 collection at Dirtbox.