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.

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Norse Projects Spring 2014 Lookbook

Norse Projects Release New Spring 2014 Lookbook

Norse Projects Release New Spring 2014 Lookbook

Norse Projects Release New Spring 2014 Lookbook

Norse Projects Release New Spring 2014 Lookbook

Norse Projects Release New Spring 2014 Lookbook

Norse Projects Release New Spring 2014 Lookbook

Norse Projects Release New Spring 2014 Lookbook

Norse Projects Release New Spring 2014 Lookbook

Norse Projects Release New Spring 2014 Lookbook