Norse Projects Release Spring 2014 Lookbook
The name behind Nordic design, Norse Projects, has released the lookbook for its spring 2014 collection.
Synonymous with well-fitted and high quality clothing, the brand aimed to combine functionality with high fashion influences to create a unique appeal.
Reflecting Norse’s signature style, the design team used a splash of strong yet muted colours to brighten a classic neutral palette.
Starting at approximately €15 (£10) in price for socks, going up to €315 (£260) for jackets, the new range includes clothing and accessories that focus on creating simple yet bold designs.
Norse Projects first began its life in 2003 as a boutique store in Copenhagen. With a steady growth in popularity, the firm launched its own fashion label during 2009 and is now well established throughout Europe with a number of UK stockists.
Taking inspiration from Scandinavian culture, the company has a refined style with a subtle street appeal, which is reflected within its new campaign.
In addition, the brand has also teamed up with British illustrator James Jarvis to print his 365 one-a-day sketches produced throughout 2012, priced at €50 (£40).
The full Norse Projects spring 2014 lookbook can be viewed below. The spring 2014 collection is available now, with further updates expected throughout March 2014.