The Norse Projects Autumn 2018 collection prepares for the colder seasons with a selection of menswear pieces inspired by Scandinavian scenes. The Danish fashion imprint looks at the earthy hues and mineral colors of the mossy highlands in Scandinavia as inspiration for its latest seasonal range. To shoot the editorial, the label travels to Kullaberg, Sweden to showcase the items. There are a selection of Fairisle design, knitwear with brushed lambswool, cotton twill pieces, technical options, and intricately crafted corduroy as well.
Notably, the technical pieces are designed in collaboration with both GORE-TEX and Italian label Loro Piana. Another key piece in the new Norse Projects Autumn 2018 collection is the artisanal graphic tee made with British illustrator Daniel Frost to add to its artist series.
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