Copenhagen’s Norse Projects presents their collection for Autumn/Winter 2015, which, as you’d expect, is packed full of label staples and unassuming contemporary menswear.

Inspired by the work of late Danish painter Vilhelm Hammershøi, the Danish imprint have adapted and employed the artist’s use of organic colours and natural silhouette as a basis of the range which caters for every aspect of the modern day wardrobe.


The first drop from Norse Projects Autumn/Winter 2015 sees a focus upon considered essentials. Jersey pieces are available in abundance with strongly branded crew short sleeve tees sat next to an array of accessible long sleeve options of varying thickness that carry little-to-no branding, but is still distinctively Norse.

The brand’s famed shirting, ranging from the robust Villads Heavy Shirt to the lightweight Gauze Shirts demonstrate NP’s eye for details, whilst similarly, their famed selection of legwear is as functional and supremely cut as you’ll see all season.


Proudly showcasing the brand’s ability to combine a number of prominent stylistic influences, the collection is rounded off with outerwear such as the Parka-like Nunk to their continued collaboration with Elka, happily enforcing the brand’s motto: “Good for all seasons.”

Look for the Norse Projects AW15 collection online now at


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