Norse Projects has unveiled its lookbook for autumn/winter 2015, showcasing a wealth of practical yet stylish pieces for the coming season.

With a strong focus on art, design and function, the label has stuck to its minimalist guns, creating a range of pared-back separates suitable for everyday wear.

Shot against the backdrop of respected Scandinavian furniture design house Fritz Hansen’s workshop, the new lookbook celebrates the tradition of Nordic design, predominantly focusing on the life and works of painter Vilhelm Hammershøi.

Following the artist’s lead by shunning bright hues, the Danish brand’s latest line utilises a palette of muted tones and neutral shades, with more eye-catching colours coming in a toned-down form to create a subdued feel.

This approach is seen across knitwear, technical outerwear, trousers, shirting and basics, as well as cold-weather accessories including hats and scarves.

Norse Projects’ autumn/winter 2015 collection is available to buy now at

Norse Projects Autumn/Winter 2015 Lookbook